One of the trends to emerge so far this year is the growing number of opportunities to drive sales from a myriad of smart devices in the home and elsewhere.
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Samsung Pay is starting off 2016 with a significant expansion, bringing its mobile payments solution to Singapore, Brazil and Australia in a move that highlights its decision to jockey for a leading role in commerce this year.
Mobile Minutes: Facebook eyes Android battle; Samsung smartwatch for iOS; Messaging apps; Grindr and fashionJanuary 7, 2016
Today in mobile marketing – Facebook eyes an Android end run around Google; Samsung makes Gear S2 smartwatch work with Apple’s iOS; Developers of messaging apps reach fewer users, win more fans; Grindr, the gay dating app, hooks up with fashion.
Today in mobile marketing – Facebook tops 2015 US app charts, Netflix app surges worldwide; NFL signs on as first Snapchat Explorer sports partner; BlackBerry earnings top expectations on software; shares rally; Apple and Samsung will launch mobile payment battle in China in 2016.
Samsung Pay is rolling out a new gift card store enabling users to purchase digital cards from popular merchants within the application and furthering the solution’s goal of dethroning competition in the mobile payments space as holiday sales heat up.
Mobile Minutes: Samsung investigation; Slow smartphone growth; Smart home from hell; Virtual reality breakthroughDecember 7, 2015
Today in mobile marketing – South Korea investigates 9 Samsung executives on suspicion of insider trading before C&T deal; Smartphone market set for slowest ever growth; Multiple users, multiple systems, multiple devices: Is this the smart home from hell?; Penrose Studios’ Rosebud is a breakthrough for mobile virtual reality.
Mobile Minutes: IPhone 6S demand slows; Amazon’s AR ambitions; Phone use and creditworthiness; Samsung’s new mobile chiefDecember 2, 2015
Today in mobile marketing – Apple Inc. cuts supply chain orders on slowing demand For iPhone 6S; Amazon working on augmented reality for the living room; Lending startups look at borrowers’ phone usage to assess creditworthiness; Samsung replaces chief of struggling mobile unit.
Today in mobile marketing – India’s InMobi ties up with China’s APUS to take on Google; Apple wins patent ruling against Samsung in U.S. appeals court; News Corporation to buy Unruly for up to $176 million; Uber rivals form international alliance.
Today in mobile marketing – Sprint tries out an easy-upgrade iPhone pitch; IBM’s ‘Rodent Brain’ chip could make our phones hyper-smart; Revealed: Secret strategies of world’s most lucrative apps; Samsung’s new mobile payment system has one big advantage over Apple Pay.
Today in mobile marketing – BlackBerry partnered with PayPal to enable BBM mobile payments; First look: Galaxy S6 edge+, Note5 aim to bring back Samsung’s groove; Google’s internal start-up Niantic Labs spins off; Smartphone shopping offers big opportunities in Indonesia.