The banking industry has embraced mobility in a big way in many foreign markets, including Turkey, where Garanti Bank pays for its customers to get mobile Internet access, and uses social media to attract and retain customers.
Check out the hottest mobile IT stories for Oct. 30, including finalization on the Lenovo and Google deal for Motorola, the wireless wish list given to the FCC, the growth in the tablet industry, the heating up car wars in mobile and how larger smartphone screens affect viewing habits.
There is a large disconnect between IT decision makers and mobile app developers when it comes to management ideas about enterprise apps and developer reality.
A former PayPal and Google Wallet employee is launching payments terminal Poynt to help repair what he calls a "'broken' commerce infrastructure," according to Business Insider.
Riddle me this--when is unlimited data not unlimited? Answer: When you throttle it. Sounds like a riddle posed by the Riddler to Batman, but it's actually the argument of the Federal Trade Commission in a lawsuit against AT&T.
The 5 hot new business apps for Oct. 29.
Check out the hottest mobile IT news for Wednesday, Oct. 29, including the new Vida mobile health app's care for chronically ill, three-quarters of adults see wearables in the workplace as positive, the global DAS market topped $1 billion in first half of 2014, Twitter's Fabric mobile app development platform is taking off and the latest commentary on iPad Air 2.
Almost all IT and security pros are struggling with the security threats posed by BYOD, and two-thirds expect mobile security incidents to increase at their firm.
Despite getting a late start monetizing its mobile properties, Facebook is coming roaring back, according to its most recent quarterly results.
Check out the hottest mobile IT news for Oct. 28, including the new mobile effort from Taco Bell, how MDM features will be incorporated in the latest iteration of Office 365, the expected growth of telematics this year, Australia's burgeoning mobile video market and the future of NFC payments.
Apple Pay has faced its share of adversity since its official launch one week ago. Whether accidentally double charging some user accounts or retailers balking at the service, the release of Apple's new mobile payment method has been anything but smooth.
Half of all of YouTube's video traffic is coming from mobile devices, according to YouTube CEO Susan Wojcicki.
The iPhone 6 has received its first enterprise functionality with the release of Linea Pro 6 by Infinite Peripherals, Inc.
Check out the hottest mobile IT news for Monday, Oct. 27, including Verizon Wireless sending user information to advertisers, mobile app backlog plaguing enterprises, the cost of acquiring mobile app users is rising, private investors pumping almost $20 billion into mobile Internet firms and the Connecticut Tech Council recognizing enterprise mobile location app developer.
Both Apple and Google are turning on data encryption by default in their latest mobile operating systems, iOS 8 and Android L (Lollipop), respectively. While the FBI might not like it, enterprises IT managers are thrilled, particularly those worried about BYOD security.
Corporate customers can now use U.S. Bank's mobile payment app to manage their accounts using their mobile phone, the Minneapolis-based bank announced last week.
Mobile operators are planning to shift more than 20 percent of their mobile traffic from the macro network onto small cells by 2018, according to a survey by Infonetics Research.
Check out the hottest mobile IT news for Friday, Oct. 24, including marketers' cluelessness when it comes to mobile behavior, the future of mobile apps, self-driving vehicles will make up one-quarter of passenger cars by 2030, Asian countries dominate Ovum's broadband development index and Chromebook shipments to double this year.
To attract Millennials, banks and retailers need to tap into their enthusiasm for smartphones and mobile apps, according to a survey by Zogby Analytics on behalf of Mitek, a provider of mobile document image capture software.
Workers are concerned about the security and privacy implications of wearables, but think that they will make them more efficient and productive at work, according to a study by PricewaterhouseCoopers.