Bill Slawski wrote up a nice review of the Google paper on mobile search…definitely good analysis to a nice research piece on the most perplexing bottleneck – mobile data input. It’s my expectation that interest in innovation in the text input, voice input or even new forms of shortcuts will accelerate in the near future […]
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Yahoo! Go has several exciting announcements that are launching today: · Yahoo! Go 3.0 beta: o New features include: § Enhanced user interface, optimized for the mobile phone § Improved performance § For the first time, consumers will have access to third-party widgets from leading publishers through Yahoo! Go. o Yahoo! Go 3.0 also includes […]
I received this form Medio Systems late last night: Medio Systems, Inc., the leading provider of mobile search and advertising solutions, today announced the availability of its performance-based Medio MobileNow™ Ad Network to advertisers and mobile publishers in the UK and beyond. A component of Medio’s complete mobile search ecosystem, the ad network maximises the […]
Microsoft just announced the launch of mobile advertising on MSN Mobile. I wish they would have given more details about the release instead of pointing us back to overly dated speeches on the mobile advertising subject. I would have expected to see more examples than just movie tickets. Microsoft has the potential to lead this […]
My question is simply this… Low marginal cost public relations opportunity or serious about participating in the auction?
I rarely see things like this anymore, but oh my what an amazingly well researched story by John Markoff about Andy Rubin at Google. The article talks about the changing face of the smart phone market and you really get a feel for the history of Mr. Rubin. While the parts about Mr. Rubin’s doorbells […]
Presenter: Charles Golvin, Principal Analyst, Forrester Research I didn’t get around to posting this last week, these are some high points of Charles’ all too short talk: Mobile data adoption is growing, but skews young. Many people still have not been exposed to mobile ads. They don’t trust SMS ads. They also don’t want to […]
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