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Juniper: Banking is now mobile and branchless

Mobile banking forms an essential component of the overall mobile commerce industry, wherein the two are closely interrelated. Empowering users to make account transactions whilst on the move, mobile banking enables supplementary mobile commerce actions to be undertaken as a function of a mobile wallet.

Apple's iPhone 5 sales help AT&T get record number of new customers

Apple shipped 47.8 million iPhones in the fourth quarter, lower than expected given the launch of the iPhone 5 in September, according to Juniper Research. The iPhone 5 launch did help AT&T attract more new customers in the fourth quarter than it has in three years though, according to an AP report.

Tablets, smartphones to fuel doubling of mobile marketing revenues

Retailers are predicted to spend $55 billion annually on mobile marketing by 2015, double the amount expected this year, according to a new report from Juniper Research.

Juniper: Mobile wearable device use in enterprise on the rise

Enterprises will increasingly use mobile wearable devices for various applications, including warehouse management, according to Juniper Research. 

Number of mobile banking users to exceed 1 billion by 2017, predicts Juniper

The number of mobile banking users will exceed one billion by 2017, up from 590 million in 2013, predicts a new Juniper Research report.

Mobile VoIP to get 'second wind', analyst predicts

Mobile VoIP is expected to get a "second wind" over the next five years, due to improvements in network technology, increased competition and a move by mobile operators to join the VoIP space, according to Juniper analyst Anthony Cox.

Research firm predicts 2013 will be the 'year of Microsoft' in the mobile space

In 2013, mobile device management will be the enterprise BYOD "umbrella" under which mobile device security and management functions will fall, according to Juniper Research.

Juniper throttles back on NFC market forecast due to iPhone 5 omission

Juniper Research has throttled back on its mobile near field communications (NFC) market forecast because of Apple's decision to omit an NFC chipset from the iPhone 5.

Updated: Juniper slashes NFC retail forecast by $70B, blames Apple for slow adoption

Juniper Research is scaling back its expectations for the global Near Field Communications retail transactions market by $70 billion, contending that Apple's decision to omit an NFC chipset from its new iPhone 5 has undermined retailer and brand confidence in the mobile payment technology.

Juniper: Mobile couponing is redeeming the smartphone

Couponing is hardly the newest kid on the mobile block--in the U.K. and several other European markets, Orange Wednesdays have been enabling my wife and millions of other cinemagoers to receive two tickets for the price of one for around nine years--but it is fair to say that the mobile market has progressed since that time.