Welcome to Mobile Marketer. Skip directly to: main content, navigation, search box.
  • Email this
  • Print

Receive the latest articles for free. Click here to get the Mobile Marketer newsletters.

Mobile Minutes: Monitored man, iOS 8, Sprint, what's next on mobile?


The monitored man
For years, health advocates have been telling us to move more. But just how much more?, The New York Times asks.
Click here to read more on The New York Times

Expect better Apple Maps navigation app in iOS 8, report says
Apple will roll out a new and improved version of the Maps navigation app in the next major update for its iPhone and iPad software, a report Tuesday said, per The Los Angeles Times.
Click here to read more on The Los Angeles times

Sprint wants T-Mobile, but don't count on it
Sprint's parent company wants to buy T-Mobile. But U.S. regulators fought hard to keep T-Mobile independent in the past and likely will do the same in the future, according to CNN.
Click here to read more on CNN

What's next in mobile - smartphone, tablets, wearables or more? Ask Skyworks
A few weeks ago we had a great conversation with Bill Davidson of Qualcomm, which served as a precursor of sorts to the Mobile World Congress, the largest mobile trade show/industry event, Forbes reports.
Click here to read more on Forbes

Sign up to receive Mobile Marketer Daily. The premier mobile marketing publication. Free!

Related content: Content, mobile, mobile marketing

  • Trackback url: http://www.mobilemarketer.com/cms/trackback/17356-1
  • | Follow us on Twitter |

Comments on "Mobile Minutes: Monitored man, iOS 8, Sprint, what's next on mobile?"

  1. Emily Robins says:

    April 10, 2014 at 4:04pm

    The network maintenance costs for Sprint were astronomical and inefficient. That was part of the reason for Network Vision multi-mode platform, it gives them the flexibility to deploy multiple frequencies and technologies on a single tower with far less equipment that before.
please click here to download now!