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With the World Cup over, what’s next for mobile TV?

July 15, 2010

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fiercemobile- The 2010 FIFA World Cup is now history. The biggest winner is Spain, which captured its first-ever World Cup trophy–obvious losers include the Netherlands (suffering its third title match defeat in as many championship berths), Italy (the 2006 champ, sent packing after the opening round), quality officiating (a seemingly endless series of egregious referee […]

Mobile Web is key to in-store shopping experience: Gomez

July 15, 2010

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Mobile Commerce Daily- Retailers need to understand that the mobile Web can augment the in-store shopping experience as many consumers check and compare competitors’ products and prices as they actually peruse store aisles and contemplate purchases. This was a key finding in Compuware Gomez Mobile Benchmark Review of May 2010. Mobile Commerce Daily interviewed Matt […]

Android Market application downloads surpass 1 billion

July 15, 2010

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Less than two years after Google opened its Android Market application storefront, consumers have now downloaded more than one billion Android apps to their smartphones according to estimates from analytics provider AndroLib.com. Although Android Market still lags far behind Apple’s rival App Store, which now tops 5 billion iPhone and iPod touch app downloads, developer […]

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