Mobile Minutes: Microsoft, banks, local marketing, phablets
By Staff reports
October 15, 2013
If Microsoft has learned anything while competing against Google in the Internet search business, it’s that Google clings to a dominant position like a squatter does a house, according to The New York Times.
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Banks left behind as payments go mobile?
Banks face flat-line growth in online banking unless they can persuade customers to do more on their bank sites rather than going to billers, according to a recent Javelin report.
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Local-mobile marketing's virtuous cycle — Deals lead to more data, And more personalized offers
Location-based marketing isn’t just about driving foot traffic to local stores through locally-targeted ads on Google search, per Business Insider.
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Microsoft promotes ‘phablets’ after smartphone, tablet misfires
Microsoft Corp. unveiled Windows Phone software for smartphone-tablet hybrids as well as more powerful chips as the company plays catchup to Google Inc. and Apple Inc. in mobile devices, Bloomberg reports.
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