Today in mobile marketing – This new smartphone automatically moves files and apps to the cloud; Obama assumes control of the White House’s Instagram; Apple is beating enterprise tech at its own game; Google unveils new logo with emphasis on apps, devices.
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Today in mobile marketing – Google’s Android Wear smartwatches now work with iPhones; Twitter tests new GIF-making tools during VMAs with tweets from Taylor Swift, Big Sean; Apple’s ad blockers rile publishers; Google shut down a secret Google Maps project called Google Here.
British department store chain Selfridges is treating passersby to an elaborate new window display created in collaboration with Apple to highlight its latest accessory, the Apple Watch.
We are almost at a point where users essentially create a curated Web on their device by downloading the apps and services they want and then being able to find the content they need from this curated list of services. This is a change from relying on Google to always curate which publisher has the best content.
Today in mobile marketing – Google just made its smartwatch faces actually useful; Apple raises $1.6 billion in record corporate bond deal; Uber seen reaching $10.8 billion in bookings in 2015: fundraising presentation; Oracle to acquire mobile-marketing startup Maxymiser.
Today in mobile marketing – Twitter opens up its mobile ad network, introduces video; Apple narrows gap with Samsung in global smartphone sales; What I learned when I lost my internship at Facebook; Sorry Snapchat, but you’re not winning this election.
Today in mobile marketing – WeChat’s growth shows why messaging apps attract big valuations; Mobile order & pay – the ultimate brand experience (just ask Starbucks); Anonymity working for Whisper app; With iPad sales falling, Apple pushes into businesses.
American Express is enabling its corporate card holders to pay with their smartphones while on-the-go via a new partnership with Apple Pay, highlighting how the payment platform continues to gain steam in the financial sector.
Today in mobile marketing – Electronic skin sensors to control mobile gadgets; Twitter expands partnership with NFL; Apple swaps online ‘store’ for ‘buy’ buttons; Facebook isn’t a real threat to YouTube … yet.
Today in mobile marketing – IBM, Apple’s rival-turned-partner, plans to help other companies adopt Macs; Food on the move: Delivery services get a tech-powered upgrade; Windows 10 Mobile needs more apps to be worthy; G.E. plans app store for gears of industry.