October 27, 2016
Mobile Commerce Daily today – Staples integrates IBM Watson intelligence into mobile ordering flow; Mastercard unveils chatbot platform for merchants and banks along with wearable payments.
Mobile Minutes: T-mobile a target; Silicon Valley gives up on cars; AT&T streaming; Big numbers for ride hailing
October 26, 2016
Today in mobile marketing – T-Mobile seen as top target following AT&T-Time Warner deal; Silicon Valley decides it’s just too hard to build a car; AT&T will launch $35-per-month streaming TV with 100+ channels; Huge numbers for ride-hailing companies.
Mobile Minutes: Samsung's woes, Apple's gain; IoT security; Microsoft Surface success; Time Warner and AT&T
October 25, 2016
Today in mobile marketing – Apple hopes to benefit from Samsung smartphone woes; A new era of Internet attacks powered by everyday devices; Forget MacBook Pro competition, Microsoft's Surface has found success; Time Warner, AT&T shares fall amid concerns over deal clearance.
Mobile Minutes: Microsoft shares soar; Internet outages across the country; Amazon's grocery ambitions; Samsung's other
October 24, 2016
Today in mobile marketing – Microsoft shares surge past 1999 high; Internet outage swoops in and out of the US; Watch out Walmart. Amazon is coming after the grocery business; Galaxy Note 7 is not Samsung’s only problematic product.
Mobile Minutes: Intel vs. Qualcomm iPhones; Tesla rolls out ridesharing; The Nintendo Switch; PayPal's global features
October 21, 2016
Today in mobile marketing – Study shows huge LTE performance differences between Intel and Qualcomm versions of iPhone 7; Tesla says it will roll out Uber-style ride services program; Here's your first look at the Nintendo Switch, Nintendo's next console; PayPal adds more features for sending money overseas.
October 20, 2016
PALM SPRINGS, CA – Executives at the Mobile Shopping Summit 2016 revealed that retailers are investing more in mobile-first strategies after conversion rates on mobile on increasing.
October 20, 2016
Today in mobile marketing – Whoever wins the White House, this year’s big loser is email; Google signs up CBS for Internet TV service: sources; These apps are perfecting the art of getting you to pay for dates; T-Mobile to pay $48M for misleading unlimited data plan.
Mobile Minutes: First 5G modem unveiled; Branded domain names; Samsung Note 7 exchange; Disney dropped Twitter bid over
October 19, 2016
Today in mobile marketing – Qualcomm announces the world's first 5G modem, leading the way to multi-gigabit Internet speeds on phones; Say hello to .google and other branded internet addresses; Samsung sets up Note 7 exchanges at major U.S. airports; Report: Disney nixed Twitter bid partly over image.
October 18, 2016
Today in mobile marketing – This mysterious chip in the iPhone 7 could be key to Apple's AI push; IBM is counting on its bet on Watson, and paying big money for it; Samsung Elec says it started mass production of 10-nanometre chips; Will car manufacturers want in on Apple's self-driving system?
Mobile Minutes: Note 7 banned; Pokemon GO's let-down; Salesforce will not bid on Twitter; Sprint mascot
October 17, 2016
Today in mobile marketing – US to ban all Samsung Galaxy Note 7s from flights; Back to reality: The 'Pokémon GO' craze didn't really help local businesses; Salesforce CEO says company will not bid for Twitter; With Sprint, former Verizon actors says, you can hear him just fine.
October 15, 2016
Sephora is natively blending its ads into the flow of magazine and blog content ahead of its holiday sales event within the application Flipboard, which is known to keep in line with the beauty retailer's audience.
Mobile Minutes: Twitter's Explore tab; Yahoo hack; Pinterest grows with men; Periscope's Producer mode
October 14, 2016
Today in mobile marketing – Twitter tests replacing Moments with a new ‘Explore’ tab on mobile; Yahoo hack gives Verizon pause in $4.8B deal; Pinterest reaches 150 million monthly users, boosts engagement among men; Periscope debuts 'Producer' for sharing TV-style video.
October 13, 2016
Today in mobile marketing – Snapchat said to pick Morgan Stanley, Goldman Sachs to lead IPO; YouTube records 124M views for second presidential debate, Amazon's full on-demand streaming music service launches today; Vera Bradley says payment system hacked, delaying website upgrade.
Mobile Minutes: Google Assistant hits roadblock; Free Sprint service; FCC slams Comcast; Samsung's troubles
October 12, 2016
Today in mobile marketing – Google’s plan to spread its AI Assistant hits Samsung roadblock; Sprint to offer 1 million students free mobile devices; FCC hits Comcast with record cable company fine over billing practices; Samsung's snafu is Google's golden opportunity.
Mobile Minutes: Facebook's Slack competitor; Salesforce considers Twitter acquisition; Samsung v. Apple
October 11, 2016
Today in mobile marketing – Facebook rolls out workplace service to compete with Slack; Salesforce still mulls bid for Twitter as shareholders resist: sources, Samsung halts Galaxy Note 7 production as battery problems linger; Samsung, Apple headed for Supreme Court showdown.