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IAB at Mobile World Congress: Bringing Mobile Advertising and Technology ...

IAB (blog)    - ‎19 hours ago‎   
The Mobile World Congress in Barcelona has long been the place to learn about the future of mobile technology. But this was the year the advertising and media industries really made their mark.

PR Week    - ‎Mar 27, 2015‎   
The study is the first in a series of quarterly reports, focusing on how stories and ideas are shaping the mobile industry.

Government Technology    - ‎Mar 26, 2015‎   
With approximately 91 percent of adults using a cellphone, according to Pew Research, the push to collect fares via an app on a mobile phone is extremely appealing to transit agencies. Not only does the technology make it easy for people to purchase ...

Medical Daily    - ‎Mar 25, 2015‎   
A new mobile technology offers hope that such tests will be available soon. The pocket-sized MinION 'nanopore sequencer' accurately identified a range of closely-related bacteria and viruses within just six hours.

Mobile Technology: Changing the Landscape of Customer Care

ConsumerAffairs    - ‎Mar 25, 2015‎   
Photo In October and December of 2014, 47 percent of online retail traffic stemmed from smartphones and tablets, according to Demandware.

Biztech Africa    - ‎2 hours ago‎   
The Academy is designed to support innovation and entrepreneurship in the telecommunications sector by leveraging on mobile cellular technologies. This feasibility study targets students in the MSc. in Mobile Telecommunications and Innovation program ...

Biztech Africa    - ‎3 hours ago‎   
Apps that are deemed a success bring value, utilize the device features users are familiar with, and can respond rapidly to dynamic business processes and changes in technology. Successful mobile apps not only deliver ROI based on increased ...

Phys.Org    - ‎22 hours ago‎   
"The most fundamental weakness in mobile device security is that the security decision process is dependent on the user," said Nitesh Saxena, Ph.

Sydney Morning Herald    - ‎Mar 20, 2015‎   
Now, Alibaba wants to do the same for mobile payments. According to Fortune, Alibaba CEO Jack Ma unveiled the technology during the CeBit exhibition in Germany while discussing Alipay, the company's mobile payments service. "[Using] online payments ...

Express Computer    - ‎Mar 25, 2015‎   
These illustrate how marrying the ubiquity of mobile technology with governance systems and processes is producing great benefits for citizens and the government alike.    - ‎Mar 24, 2015‎   
KING 5 Tech Reporter Brian Westbrook takes a look at what is and is not legal when it comes to using a cell phone in your car.

Marketing Interactive    - ‎Mar 26, 2015‎   
A marketer's job used to be simpler - you considered product, place, promotion and price, and the idea was if you got them right, the consumers would come.

Samsung takes pre-orders for new smartphones    - ‎6 hours ago‎   
And there's a fingerprint reader that works just like Apple's, including mobile payments. "Choose the card that you want, and you ... It's a glowing review for the Korean tech giant that's now making itself at home in Silicon Valley. Samsung's nearly ...

Best Buy Opens Seattle Technology Center for Mobile Growth and Improving ...

Retail Solutions Online (press release)    - ‎20 hours ago‎   
The building will be a center for Best Buy “engineers, product managers, web architects and developers” to work on a number of technologies. Among these will cloud engineering, mobile development, and the omni-channel customer experience. “All roads in ...

This potential Galaxy S7 feature could make Apple's fingerprint scanners obsolete

BGR    - ‎Mar 26, 2015‎   
The first mobile device to use the technology, which is called Iris on the Move, will be a customized Galaxy Tab Pro 8.4 that Samsung will unveil at ISC West 2015.

Medical Daily    - ‎Mar 21, 2015‎   
Richard Stevens, an epidemiologist working out of the University of Connecticut Health Center, has been studying the effects of mobile technology's blue light for three decades. While he, too, has found the blue light that emitted from these devices ...

The Economist    - ‎Mar 23, 2015‎   
NEW MOBILE networks come along once every decade or so. Starting around 1980, the first generation of cellular phones relied on analogue technology. When the second-generation arrived in 1991, the networks began to go digital. By 2001, the ...

Newswise (press release)    - ‎Mar 26, 2015‎   
Newswise - BIRMINGHAM, Ala. - University of Alabama at Birmingham researchers have developed simple but effective techniques to prevent sophisticated malware from secretly attacking smartphones.

The FTC beefs up technology investigations with new office

Washington Post (blog)    - ‎Mar 23, 2015‎   
The new office is a successor to the agency's Mobile Technology Unit, which has released reports on mobile shopping and apps aimed at children in recent years.

FD acquires mobile tech specialist ActivateClients

HedgeWeek    - ‎Mar 25, 2015‎   
FD has acquired ActivateClients Limited, in a deal worth EUR4.75m (GBP3.4m), of which EUR1.5m (GBP1.1m) is payable in cash and EUR3.25m (GBP2.4m) is payable through the issue of 183,185 FD new ordinary shares.
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