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  • The death of typing?

    / Mobile Commerce

    The death of typing?

    The iPhone 4S shows the future of the mobile user interface.

    Posted 10/20/2011Bill SiwickiPost a comment

    The iPhone 4S shows the future of the mobile user interface.
  • / E-Retailers

    Rue La La gets app-happy with new mobile offerings

    The invite-only merchant debuts not one but four mobile shopping apps, for the iPhone, iPad, BlackBerry and Android. And the iPhone app enables information sharing via “bump” technology, where two consumers strike their phones together.

    Posted 05/26/2010Bill SiwickiPost a comment

    The invite-only merchant debuts not one but four mobile shopping apps, for the iPhone, iPad, BlackBerry and Android. And the iPhone app enables information sharing via “bump” technology, where two consumers strike their phones together.
  • / Technology

    Wine.com uncorks new ideas for its mobile apps

    Consumers have downloaded 100,000 copies of the iPhone and iPod Touch apps that Wine.com launched just before Christmas, and now the retailer is thinking about adding services to the app and about offering apps for other smartphones.

    Posted 04/08/2010Katie EvansPost a comment

    Consumers have downloaded 100,000 copies of the iPhone and iPod Touch apps that Wine.com launched just before Christmas, and now the retailer is thinking about adding services to the app and about offering apps for other smartphones.
  • / Technology

    Mobile matters: Gartner names mobile trends to watch this year and next

    As mobile phones, apps and e-commerce sites evolve, so will technology to improve browsing the web, buying and, well, doing just about anything from a smartphone. Garner has released a list of mobile trends to look out for this year and next.

    Posted 03/25/2010Katie EvansPost a comment

    As mobile phones, apps and e-commerce sites evolve, so will technology to improve browsing the web, buying and, well, doing just about anything from a smartphone. Garner has released a list of mobile trends to look out for this year and next.

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  • / Marketing

    1-800-Flowers.com extends its mobile strategy to `Google phones`

    1-800-Flowers.com has unveiled a version of its mobile shopping app for the Android mobile operating system developed by Google. The new app complements the e-retailer’s m-commerce site and mobile apps for the iPhone and BlackBerry.

    Posted 09/23/2009Mark BrohanPost a comment

    1-800-Flowers.com has unveiled a version of its mobile shopping app for the Android mobile operating system developed by Google. The new app complements the e-retailer’s m-commerce site and mobile apps for the iPhone and BlackBerry.
  • / Press Release

    New Version of Omniture SiteCatalyst Provides Strategic Solution for Companies to Manage the Mobile Apps Explosion

    Provides Support for Mobile App Optimization across All Leading Mobile Platforms, Including Apple iPhone, Symbian (Nokia and others) and Palm Pre Smartphones OREM, Utah -July 21, 2009 News Facts Omniture, Inc. (NASDAQ:OMTR), a leading provider of online business optimization software, today announced that Omniture SiteCatalyst (v14.6), the industry`s leading web analytics solution, has been updated to incorporate additional mobile analytics...

    Posted 07/21/2009

    Provides Support for Mobile App Optimization across All Leading Mobile Platforms, Including Apple iPhone, Symbian (Nokia and others) and Palm Pre Smartphones OREM, Utah -July 21, 2009 News Facts Omniture, Inc. (NASDAQ:OMTR), a leading provider of online business optimization software, today…
  • / Press Release

    Big in Japan Country Managers to Expand

    Dallas Startup Hires Managers in Europe, Asia, Latin America and Australia to Add Retailers to Popular Mobile Shopping App DALLAS, June 29, 2009 - Big in Japan, a Dallas-based idea factory for mobile applications, today announced the hiring of country managers responsible for adding online and local retailers to ShopSavvy’s global retailer database. ShopSavvy, the popular barcode-scanning mobile application, currently offers users comparison...

    Posted 07/06/2009

    Dallas Startup Hires Managers in Europe, Asia, Latin America and Australia to Add Retailers to Popular Mobile Shopping App DALLAS, June 29, 2009 - Big in Japan, a Dallas-based idea factory for mobile applications, today announced the hiring of country managers responsible for adding online and…

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