Articles Tagged ‘Samsung’


Mobile Minutes: Samsung and BlackBerry partnership; UK mobile banking; Alibaba’s streaming service; HTC’s stock issues

June 16, 2015

Today in mobile marketing – Would a Samsung ‘Galaxy BlackBerry’ be loved or hated?; Mobile banking has eclipsed branches and even the rest of the Internet; Alibaba to launch Netflix-like video streaming service in two months; One tiny number can reveal big problems at a global smartphone maker.

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Apple emulates Starbucks with Wallet, Samsung plans NFC-supported watch

June 9, 2015

Apple and Samsung Electronics, the world’s two largest smartphone makers, are heating up the mobile payments space with Apple changing Passbook to Wallet and Samsung said to be planning to introduce a Samsung Pay-equipped smartwatch.

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Mobile Minutes: Twitter’s Highlights feature; Nasdaq and social; Apple Watch app store; Samsung teases smartwatch

April 27, 2015

Today in mobile marketing – Twitter launches Highlights, to help users cut through the chaff; This time social media sending Nasdaq to brink of 2000 high; As first watches ship, Apple opens app store for new device; Samsung hints at new smartwatch on Apple Watch launch day.

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Mobile Minutes: Samsung’s profits; App for commuters; Apple Watch tour videos; Mobile cloud and businesses

April 8, 2015

Today in mobile marketing – Samsung profit beats estimates with demand rising for its chips and displays; Early Uber architect launches carpooling app ‘Ride’; Apple clocks in with new Apple Watch guided tour videos; What mobile cloud means for your business.

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Mobile Minutes: Samsung pre-installs Office apps; Coca-Cola’s cloud focus; Twitch and music; Mobile-optimized videos

March 25, 2015

Today in mobile marketing – Microsoft CEO Nadella partners with his enemy’s enemy; Coca-Cola looks to secure edge for age of cloud, mobility; Twitch continues move into music with Ultra festival deal; Hulu’s ex-CEO starts paid video site for YouTube stars.

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Mobile Minutes: Samsung’s premium products; BlackBerry’s secure tablet; Facebook’s government requests; Via app

March 17, 2015

Today in mobile marketing – Samsung to focus on premium products to withstand competition; BlackBerry targets businesses with high-security tablet; Facebook report shows slight rise in government requests for data; Like taking a luxury bus: Via, a ride-share app, offers Manhattan trips.

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Mobile World Congress 2015: Samsung, Microsoft and smartwatches

March 9, 2015

BARCELONA, Spain – It has been said that technology is at its best when you do not notice it – when you are only conscious of what you are doing, not the device you are doing it on.

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Wearables are talk of the show at Barcelona’s Mobile World Congress

March 3, 2015

You cannot move at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona for bumping into a wearable tech stand from the likes of Garmin, GoPro, Fitbit, LG and Huawei, to name just the few I have seen so far.

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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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Mobile Minutes: Google’s mobile payments deal; Visa’s mobile security; Samsung tops Indian market; Medical wearables

February 25, 2015

Today in mobile marketing – Google makes mobile-payments deal with wireless carriers; Visa Europe plans new security that could pave way for Apple Pay; Samsung tops Indian smartphone shipments as market contracts; Top wearable tech for medical issues.

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