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Google now has over 600 million AMP documents created by sites world-wide to dazzle mobile searchers with lighting fast speed and lower data usage.


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Google has for years been the world’s most widely used search engine and a significant generator of traffic to websites, from major news organizations to mom-and-pop shops. Google remains the dominant search engine on every computing platform, its grasp o…


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While the mobile market seems to be gaining the attention of businesses everywhere, incentives are a becoming a new tool in the mobile commerce tool belt.


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Report claims responsive design helped drive a 40% increase in CTO rates over non-responsive marketing emails.


Apple is Crushing Samsung

Posted: Mar 13, 2015
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Apple is producing outstanding numbers currently, but is it enough to bury Samsung?


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Brian Solis gives a lowdown on why marketers need to invest in mobile to support the entire customer journey. The truth is that "mobile-first" should be the standard for all things digital.


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Many businesses continue to treat mobile as just another channel, dooming them to failure because they are not taking advantage of the new revenue and service opportunities mobile provides, according to a new report from Forrester.


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Michael Barris of Mobile Marketer reflects on Vonage’s integration of a mobile application with an Android Wear smartwatch. Android anticipates growth of the wearable technology market by letting users reject incoming calls and reply to text messages with…


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In a new report from BI Intelligence, we cut through the mPOS hype by analyzing the needs of the retailers that have adopted the technology, and interviewing merchants to find what works and what doesn't.


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In the expanding world of mobile-integrated patient and provider communications, healthcare organizations are faced with a challenge and opportunity: creating best practices for a relatively new way to interact within and around health systems.


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A Canadian startup called Algolux says that by computationally accounting for imperfections in lenses (or photographers), it can get higher-quality images out of today’s cell phones and eventually make phone cameras thinner and cheaper.


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Apple has made a series of announcements that many considered an “about face” from prior practice. The first product worthy of examination in the Apple 180 is the heavily rumored “iWatch,” which most analysts have pegged for a launch around October of thi…