Google’s mobile search division recently announced upcoming algorithmic changes to the way it recognizes responsive mobile Web sites. According to the search giant’s blog, the shift is but the first step in providing mobile users with a more valuable, quality Web experience across devices.
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Mobile Minutes: Google’s wireless service; LG’s curved smartphone; Samsung drops Qualcomm chips; Microsoft’s 4K displayJanuary 23, 2015
Today in mobile marketing – Google to sell wireless service in deals with Sprint, T-Mobile; LG to launch curved G Flex 2 smartphone next week; Samsung drops Qualcomm chip from next Galaxy smartphone; Microsoft launches its own 4K display made for Windows 10.
Mobile Minutes: Google’s build-your-own phone; Personal Wi-Fi at Marriott; Google’s Classroom app; Alibaba messaging appJanuary 20, 2015
Today in mobile marketing – Google launches build-your-own mobile phone trial; Marriott agrees not to block personal Wi-Fi networks; Google is bringing the paperless classroom to teachers’ phones; Alibaba’s latest mobile messaging effort: social networking for businesses.
An analyst at Mobile Marketer’s Mobile FirstLook: Strategy 2015 conference said he expects Google Now to step up its use of targeted push notifications as search becomes more mobile application- and discovery-based to meet consumer demands for faster, more personal service.
Most Americans prefer to schedule personal appointments by using mobile applications, email, text messaging or Web sites, a Google Consumer Survey shows, reflecting the increasing use of mobile in daily activities.
While Apple Pay is already being accepted by a number of big-name merchants, the list lacks the kind of everyday businesses, such as gas stations, grocery stores and public transit systems, that will drive mobile payments use.
Google Express is attempting to establish its stake in the mcommerce market with the announcement of its expansion, which includes shipping to more cities, new locations and a new name.
While having security is crucial, when a system is hacked, consumers tend to remember the lack of security rather than the security that was in place. The situation with mobile devices is even worse.
While Google could significantly disrupt the financial services sector by becoming a hub for consumers’ financial needs, the company is not likely to introduce a traditional bank, as some have suggested, according to a new report from Forrester.
Aggregated property marketplace Trulia has signed an agreement with New York State Multiple Listing System to ensure it can more accurately market listings and provide a better experience for users looking to buy or sell homes in New York state.