Articles Tagged ‘Apple’


Mobile Minutes: Apple’s iPad delay; Miami airport’s customs app; Shazam for objects; Wireless charging data

March 6, 2015

Today in mobile marketing – Apple to delay production of larger iPads; MIA pushes mobile passport control app; Music app Shazam to add sights to sounds; Wireless charging: a surprising new way to track you.

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Mobile Minutes: PayPal buys Paydiant; Apple’s smartwatch; Google backtracks on Android encryption; Apple’s Photos app

March 4, 2015

Today in mobile marketing – Why Paydiant is selling to PayPal; Apple’s looming watch spurs frenzy of upgrades for Android timepieces; Disappointed much? Google backs down on Android encryption promise; How to test Apple’s new Photos app for Mac.

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Mobile Minutes: Ericsson sues Apple; Galaxy S6 unveiling; YouTube Kids app; Samsung’s wage freeze

March 2, 2015

Today in mobile marketing – Ericsson sues Apple for telecom patent infringement; Samsung’s Galaxy S6 is mainly a showroom for what’s inside; YouTube Kids: What parents need to know about the new app; Samsung freezes salary increases as it prepares for mobile war.

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Visually driven retailer apps should jump on Apple, Pinterest initiative

February 17, 2015

Retail mobile applications are likely to gain an advantage in product promotion through Pinterest’s new Apple partnership for suggesting apps to Pinners, reflecting how the social pin board is seeking to better serve users through search and commerce tactics.

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Mobile Minutes: Galaxy S6 angers Apple; Twitter blames Apple mobile bug; Microsoft acquires Sunrise; App for eSports

February 9, 2015

Today in mobile marketing – New Samsung Galaxy S6 design will anger Apple; Twitter says Apple mobile software bug caused it to lose millions of users; Microsoft is acquiring popular calendar app Sunrise for $100 million; TheScore sports app to start covering eSports, report.

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How Apple’s iOS 8 changes the game for brands and retailers

February 9, 2015

Marketers may have heard about some of the well-publicized features in iOS 8 such as Interactive Notifications and widgets, but there are lesser-known behavioral changes in the new operating system that could have a profound effect on the end-user’s experience.

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Mobile Minutes: Promoted Tweets expand; Galaxy S6 may shrink; China Mobile’s 5G technology; Tablet sales decline

February 5, 2015

Today in mobile marketing – Twitter expands Promoted Tweet advertising beyond its site; Samsung may shrink Galaxy S6 screen size to 5 inches; China Mobile develops 5G technology; Tablet numbers are bad for Apple but worse for Samsung.

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Mobile Minutes: Cablevision’s Wi-Fi phone plan; Apple vs Android war; Mobile ‘supercookies’; Motorola’s new phones

January 27, 2015

Today in mobile marketing – Cablevision to introduce Wi-Fi-based phone plan; Apple vs Android war escalates with crippled Nexus 6 blame game; Use of mobile ‘supercookies’ is seen as a threat to privacy; What Google’s wireless plans mean for Verizon, AT&T and you.

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Mobile Minutes: Facebook’s Amber Alerts; Apple’s iPhone patents; Windows 10 mobile app; Uber offers trip data

January 14, 2015

Today in mobile marketing – Facebook launches Amber Alerts to help find missing children; Apple patents crazy new iPhone designs; Windows Mobile 10 pre-release OS updates expected to be available through Phone Insider app; Uber offers trip data to cities, starting in Boston.

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Mobile Minutes: Apple’s SIM-free iPhones; Facebook buys QuickFire; Record app sales; Private car ban on Uber in China

January 12, 2015

Today in mobile marketing – Apple starts selling SIM-free iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus; Facebook acquires video compression startup QuickFire; Apple: First-week app sales in January set new record; China bans private drivers on ride-hailing apps.

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