Today in mobile marketing – ESPN to launch over-the-top sports service after Disney’s $1B investment in MLB’s BAMTech; Snapchat versus Instagram: Which app will rule once and for all?; The White House’s new Facebook Messenger bot makes it easy to send a message to Obama; From download to deposit, mobile banking only as safe as your app.
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Now that consumers are more interested in avoiding cable packaging deals, the opportunity for pay-per-view on mobile is greater than ever before, but networks may remain dubious due to slow mobile payment adoption.
Paramount Pictures is building up hype for its new film “The Dictator” and letting consumers buy a Blu-ray or DVD copy via their mobile device.
Sporting goods retailer Sports Authority is targeting extreme sports fans attending the X Games with a mobile-social call-to-action to support the fight against breast cancer.
Newly launched Sprint ID lets users of three just-announced Android smartphones customize their handset with applications, widgets, ringtones and wallpapers.
New York – During a keynote at the MMForum, ESPN announced a mobile ticketing service that will further advance the company’s position in mobile.
Apple announced that more than 2 billion apps have been downloaded from its App Store. But is the number of downloads the most important metric for gauging the success of an app?
Mobile marketing and technology firm 3Cinteractive has partnered with mobile commerce enabler Billing Revolution to provide credit card transaction processing on mobile phones.