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Does Apple Pay Spell the End for Banks?

Chris Measures
The launch of Apple Pay in the US this week is the newest threat to traditional banks. So what can banks do to out-innovate the likes of Apple? And can they change a culture still built on retail, branch-based banking to reflect a modern, mobile-first lifestyle?
Does Apple Pay Spell the End for Banks?

5 Ways to Make Your Holiday Marketing Mobile Friendly

Jim Belosic
Statistics tell us that this year mobile and the holidays are going together like peanut butter and jelly. Make sure you’re ready!
5 Ways to Make Your Holiday Marketing Mobile Friendly

You Are What You Eat: Optimizing Content Consumption

bluestout
It's important to understand how the media you are producing is being consumed. By taking a look at the platforms your customers are using to view your media, and the delivery method and voice of this media, you should be able to spot the areas for improving your brand and overall business performance.
You Are What You Eat: Optimizing Content Consumption

What the New iPhone 6 Plus Reveals About the Future of Work

Daniel Green
The rise of cloud computing has enabled mobile devices to fulfil most computing tasks so that “any trade-offs are outweighed by the convenience and flexibility provided by the mobile devices."
What the New iPhone 6 Plus Reveals About the Future of Work

Expect to Pay More for Your Mobile Internet Access

David H Deans
As the mobile internet becomes a greater part of most people's daily online lives, telecom regulators are monitoring service provider attempts to increase revenue by manipulating data service plan pricing.
Expect to Pay More for Your Mobile Internet Access

SMT Shorts: Mary Elise Chavez on What's Next in Mobile and More

carianneking
For this week's SMT Shorts, we were delighted to have Mary Elise Chavez, Director of Creative Strategy for OysterLabs, educate us on what's new in mobile; branding on Twitter; and the importance of ABT (Always Be Tracking).
SMT Shorts: Mary Elise Chavez on What's Next in Mobile and More

173 Million Americans Now Own a Smartphone

David H Deans
comScore has released data from their latest market study, reporting key trends in the U.S. smartphone industry for July 2014. Apple ranked as the top smartphone manufacturer with 42.4 percent OEM market share, while Google Android led as the number one smartphone platform with 51.5 percent platform market share.
173 Million Americans Now Own a Smartphone

5 Stats Every Ecommerce Business Should Know

PatrickSalyer
32% of online purchases are made over mobile. As smartphone and tablet activations continue to increase, mobile purchases will inevitably increase as well. One way to take advantage of this trend is by creating a user experience optimized for mobile that can transfer logged in states and user data seamlessly across multiple channels.
5 Stats Every Ecommerce Business Should Know

Tracking the Intersection on Big Data and Mobile Data Trends

Jayson Bowden
Use big data to understand your customers’ demands, needs and preferences. By leveraging over the social media likes and shares about your products, you can generate big data analytics in understanding which among your products and services seem to satisfy your customers.
Tracking the Intersection on Big Data and Mobile Data Trends

Media Tablet Growth Moves to the Emerging Markets

David H Deans
"When we look at the global picture, it would be easy to say that the tablet market is slowing down," said Jean Philippe Bouchard, research director at IDC. "But, when we start digging into the regional dynamics, we realize that there is still a good appetite for this product category."
Media Tablet Growth Moves to the Emerging Markets