Check out the hottest mobile IT news for Sept. 5, including our take on how SMBs need to do BYOD better, the rise of the phablet, the petering out of international mobile growth, the next emerging tech that Apple and Google will dominate and why Interpublic took a minority stake in Placed.
Check out the hottest mobile IT news for Aug. 29, including the prices DT is considering on T-Mobile, the effectiveness of mobile ads, the grand unification of OneDrive, what mobile device is going to replace the BlackBerry as number three in the U.K. and the forthcoming growth in the mobile sensor industry.
While much of the focus of mobility has been on the enterprise, small businesses are increasingly looking to mobility to improve productivity at a lower cost.
Google just can't seem to get mobile advertising right.
Check out the hottest mobile IT news for July 1, including the feature Twitter has now extended to all of its advertisers, a ranking of the top mobile ad efforts, the latest round of Moven venture capital funding, the latest predictions for V2X communications and the new leader for MEMS sensors in automobiles.
Check out the hottest mobile IT stories for June 30, including the price reduction on Walmart's iPhones, Perion's acquisition of a mobile ad start-up, the growing number of cities that use apps to help drivers park, a real estate app for Android Wear and the integration of Cortana into Skype.
Check out the hottest mobile IT stories for Wednesday, June 25th, including Microsoft's attempts to solve the app compatibility issue for Windows RT, Opera's acquisition of mobile video ad platform AdColony, rates of mobile app retention and engagement on the up and up, the EU's rule on Apple's $3B Beats acquisition due by July 30 and the creation of better materials spurs growth of touch sensor market.
The introduction of Identifier for Advertisers has changed the mobile ad attribution landscape, making it possible for advertisers to attribute the ad revenue generated by mobile apps.
All Facebook mobile app advertising will include Page links, social context, and like, comment and share buttons beginning Aug. 6, Facebook's Calvin Grunewald revealed in a blog post.
Having made news for canceling the company's work-at-home program, Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer is pushing ahead with plans to transform the company into a mobile-first firm.