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AT&T cements mobile bar code strategy with three new services
Published: August 4, 2010
Wireless carrier AT&T has launched three mobile bar code services with the goal of asserting its dominance in the emerging interactive marketing channel.
World Cup changed everything for mobile: ESPN exec
Published: July 20, 2010
NEW YORK – The 2010 FIFA World Cup was a watershed moment for mobile as barriers and records of all sorts were broken, according to an ESPN executive.
Android beats Apple in worldwide click-through rates: Smaato
Published: July 19, 2010
The Android mobile platform is making big gains in global click-through rates, according to Smaato Inc.'s Mobile Advertising Metrics report for June.
Ads in World Cup app see 19M impressions
Published: July 15, 2010
World Cup application WC2010's ads saw more than 19 million impressions during the tournament's 30-day run.
ComScore: iPhone has low penetration in Europe, enormous impact
Published: June 25, 2010
ComScore outlined the impact that the first three generations of Apple’s iPhone have had on the European market in light of record pre-sales and strong consumer demand for the iPhone 4.
Apple pushes BlackBerry to step up its game
Published: June 16, 2010
With all of the buzz that Apple is generating with its iPhone 4 and iOS platform, BlackBerry is finally making moves to step up its game with the launch of BlackBerry OS 6.0.

How to avoid iPhone blindness
Published: May 27, 2010
By Ed Kay

The controlled iPhone environment has created a whole false economy, especially for the plethora of companies that want to deliver a mobile presence.

Apps are a must-have element to brands’ overall marketing strategy
Published: May 25, 2010
With smartphone penetration increasing steadily, mobile applications are on brands’ radar as a necessary complement to their overall marketing strategy.
BlackBerry Web consumption surges beyond 9-5 hours
Published: May 21, 2010
BlackBerry users nationwide browse the Web more outside of normal business hours, per a new study from Bango that may dispel the notion of that smartphone as only a working tool.
Competition in smartphone market is heating up: Juniper Research
Published: May 18, 2010
With Dell, Acer and Microsoft debuting new smartphones in the wake of HP’s planned acquisition of Palm, the cutthroat smartphone market is getting even more competitive.