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McDonald’s continues mobile reign with QR code push
Published: July 30, 2012
McDonald’s is putting QR codes on its packaging as part of an ongoing effort to help customers lead a nutritious life and make informed choices.

Washington Post boosts city exploration through app
Published: July 30, 2012
The Washington Post is building its mobile repertoire with an iPhone application meant to help tourists and locals navigate the city and find deals.
Top do’s and don’ts of mobile marketing
Published: July 24, 2012
Nowadays, marketers are constantly looking at ways to implement mobile into their efforts to increase engagement and brand awareness. However, many times companies miss the mark by not taking the necessary precautions to ensure their campaign is executed effectively.

Allrecipes.com surpasses 14M app downloads
Published: July 24, 2012
Allrecipes.com has surpassed 14 million application downloads, pointing to the growing trend that consumers are turning to their mobile devices to browse content.
Code maintenance and data-syncing of distributed apps still massively inefficient
Published: July 24, 2012
Jan Rippingale

The hopes and enthusiasm once felt for the PC as it permeated workplaces and homes mirror today’s hopes and enthusiasms for the mobile device as it effectively distributes computer power to the next level of masses.

Sesame Workshop helps build children’s observational skills via interactive mobile app
Published: July 16, 2012
Sesame Workshop has rolled out a new mobile application that centers around its popular Cookie Monster character.
IMDb surpasses 40M iPhone, Android app downloads
Published: July 16, 2012
Amazon’s IMDb has surpassed 40 million iPhone and Android application downloads, reflecting the growing customer demand for discovery, personalization and social functionality.
Big Brother is alive and well – and he’s now your BFF
Published: July 5, 2012
Alexandre Mars

For the record, I do not think that sharing location in exchange for a benefit such as finding my friends or getting a discount is too “creepy” or privacy-intrusive.

Updating the relationship between viewers, brands and broadcasters
Published: July 3, 2012
Justin Beere

You are probably too young to remember this—hell, I am too young to remember this—but in the beginning, television was free.

July 26 webinar: Understanding post-download app engagement and transactions
Published: July 2, 2012
Register for this free, hour-long webinar July 26 on understanding post-download app engagement and transactions. Panelists from Gilt Groupe, USA Today and sponsor Fiksu.
Please click here to download now!