Browsing All posts tagged under »Mobile Tagging«

Augmented reality comes to Barnes and Noble, featuring Brooklyn Decker!

January 19, 2011

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Brooklyn Decker, voted the sexiest women alive by readers of esquire magazine will now appear in 700 Barnes and Nobles locations. Well, kind of. Utilizing the augmented reality plus GPS location based APP developed by Goldrun, a New York based agency, customers can use their iPhone to place themselves into a picture with Ms. Decker […]

AT&T, Verizon and T-Mobile Announce Joint Venture To Build National Mobile Commerce Network.

November 16, 2010

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Get ready for some Near Field Communications action by these big three carriers. (Release) AT&T Mobility, T-Mobile USA and Verizon Wireless today announced the formation of a joint venture chartered with building ISISTM, a national mobile commerce network that aims to fundamentally transform how people shop, pay and save. Isis’ initial focus will be on […]

Good data from IHL Group about trends in the mobile space.

November 16, 2010

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(Center for Media Research) According to a new study from IHL Group, reported by Marketing Charts, eight in 10 US mobile phone users currently uses or will use mobile text coupons within 24 months. The other two retail-related consumer mobile activities currently used by more than 20% of mobile phone subscribers are regular barcode and 2D barcode. […]

Google Launches Boost, Easy Local Advertising With Artificial Intelligence

October 27, 2010

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(NYT) Google announced initial availability of a new advertising program called Boost today, beginning in San Francisco, Houston and Chicago. Boost automatically determines what keywords your business ought to bid on and recommends a range of monthly advertising budgets based on the competitiveness of your business sector. It then runs Cost Per Click ads in […]

Aro Mobile wants to simplify mobile phone UX

October 26, 2010

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(NYT)  For many people, their mobile phones often double as a second brain. But efficiently searching through that reservoir of information to quickly locate contacts, upcoming events and addresses is still time-confusing and often frustrating. Is there an opportunity to reinvent the way people find things on their phones? Kiha Software, based in Seattle, is […]

2D / QR code technology being tested all over- growth with smartphone users up 700% since the beginning of 2010

October 26, 2010

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(NYT) SHARON BOLTON spotted “those funky tags” — known formally as two-dimensional bar codes — when she took her college-age daughter to catch a train at the Rensselaer rail station in Albany last week.   “I looked up and saw these little black-and-white boxes on the lime green wall,” said Ms. Bolton, a graphic artist […]

How secure is your personal info when using iPhone APP’s?- Not very says Bushnell University IS director in new report

October 6, 2010

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The majority of the most popular applications available for iPhones use the devices’ serial numbers to track users, a professor at Bucknell University says in a new research paper. For the report, assistant director of information security and networking Eric Smith examined 57 of the most popular iPhone apps and found that 68% of them […]