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When Stellar launched last summer, Joyce Kim like any other startup exec wasn’t getting much sleep and found herself trolling Twitter in…
Every business is a service business. Companies like Amazon and Apple have thrived in a world of commoditization and shrinking margins because…
Most enterprise mobility programs are challenged to meet their ultimate business goals. While users are often frustrated and unable to work on…
As computing shifts from a client-server world to a SaaS-based and mobile architecture, enterprises must seek out Pi-like innovations to help them juggle agility and security.
San Diego-based MDRevolution, a health company that blends genetics, metabolics and mobile technology, is rolling out a subscription service for employers, health systems and physician practices.
Hoping to give patients a “medical wallet,” Palo Alto-based Simplee has released a mobile app that helps people manage their medical finances
See someone tweet about a product you’d like to buy? If Ribbon, the mobile payments company, has its way, purchasing that item will require just few clicks, and you won’t have to leave Twitter.
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Through AT&T’s ForHealth initiative, researchers at AT&T Labs are working on an asthma sensor that scans the air for volatile organic compounds (VOCs) that may worsen asthma symptoms and then alerts patients via smartphones and other devices.
Smartphones continue to enhance our lives, but all of the great apps, features and social connections can add stress. Is it time to cut back on smartphone usage or maybe we need smarter smartphones that route only the most important information to us.
Although mobile apps have become increasingly mainstream, no one has figured out how to successfully monetize them yet. What’s the problem here? Inneractive’s Hillel Fuld says mobile technology has evolved faster than the Web, and it’s time for advertisers to match mobile’s pace.
Venture capital investments saw a serious uptick this quarter, with a 37 percent increase in funding over the previous quarter and a strong emphasis on mobile investments and seed funding, according to a report released by CB Insights.
T-Mobile CMO Cole Brodman said if he had a magic wand he would use it to eliminate subsidies in the wireless industry. That’s big talk for a carrier, but apparently T-Mobile is willing to do something about it: raise data plan prices on subsidized phones.
Going mobile in an enterprise sounds sexy, but there’s far more to it than just handing out smartphones and tablets to employees. Efforts range beyond the actual devices, encompassing in-house mobile-specific app stores and platforms, device management, telecom, analytics and more, as this infographic explains.
Forrester says 1 billion consumers will have smartphones by 2016, with 257 million of them in the U.S. That’s not just a big trend. It’s forcing companies to rethink their IT strategy as the world goes increasingly mobile first.
Based on a growing number of data points, Android’s sales dominance may be nearing its apex while iOS is on the rise. Even as a daily user of both an Android smartphone and tablet, I can’t deny the facts that Android’s future won’t rival Android’s past.
If one thing became clear at this year’s GigaOM Mobilize conference, it’s that all the buzz about mobile technology is completely warranted. Since numbers speak louder than words, here are some of the most interesting stats that surfaced on stage at Mobilize 2011.
The tech industry’s movers and shakers have been saying for months now that the HTML5 mark-up language is very important. New research data released Friday indicates that HTML5 is not just going to be big, it’s going to be huge — and it’s coming fast.
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