Financial institutions and entrepreneurs have a historically complicated relationship. Entrepreneurs need ways to fund their companies and keep business moving, […]
More enterprises are investing in mobile applications on platforms preferably iOS. The 2016 enterprise mobile apps report brought out by […]
Some form of Artificial Intelligence (AI) project can now be found in most companies, with the remainder seeming to at […]
In February 2017, the Transformations Autism Treatment Center learned that one of its former behavioral analysts had breached its security. […]
When it comes to marketing and customer communication, most business owners know about email and social media. But if you […]
What was the promise of reduced admissions and improved health outcomes in patients? This goal has not been achieved and […]
Retailers have to get with the times if they want to compete in the online marketplace. That means evolving to […]
In the past, we’ve all witnessed sim-jacking attacks that allow a hacker to impersonate the targeted victim to steal the […]
Apple has made it easy for you to do.
When was the last time you saw a walkie-talkie? Look in your pocket. Several smartphone apps mimic the walkie-talkie experience of instant push-to-talk communication.
When working on software development, no matter the team you are on, it is crucial that all people involved share […]
As a tech guy and a parent, I’ve been torn about the trend over the past few years where kids […]
Who are the international titans of texting?
Google is turning cloud storage from an expensive function to a commodity feature.
We relive the defining moments and trends of the mobile era.
NFC, or near field communication, is an emerging technology that will power mobile payment systems and mobile wallet solutions, like those in development by Apple, Google, RIM, mobile operators, banks and others. But NFC itself is just a way to send data wirelessly between devices, meaning it can be used for far more than mobile payments alone.
Take one popular app, one new plugin, and stir.
At the recent Open Mobile Summit in San Francisco, Patrick Mork, CMO of the second largest mobile application store GetJar, detailed a number of ways developers can distribute their mobile applications. In a breakout session he led, entitled “Monetization and Acquisition in App Stores,” Mork discussed the large number of channels now available to…
Our world has been reshaped significantly since Steve Jobs declared that his invention, the iPhone, would change everything. That was […]
Worldwide, Android rules. But here in the U.S., Android gets derided as a “ghetto” product. And you know what that means, nudge nudge wink wink.
Business 2.0 has an interesting
write-up today on contenders in the mobile phone search industry. They point out that
the Mobile Web is still a nascent technology. Well, to be frank it’s in the middle of a
power struggle between telcos and standards bodies – which doesn’t help us users very
much in the short-term. But on the other hand, growing…
This post was written by Ajit
Jaokar, who is a R/WW guest blogger on Mobile Web 2.0 and digital
In my last post, I spoke
of the differences between browser applications on the web and on the mobile device. This
topic is important because the Mobile Web is all about extending the concept of web
applications to mobile devices…
(Richard’s Note: Ajit is the second of my guest bloggers on Read/WriteWeb
and he will be writing on Mobile Web 2.0 and digital convergence. Ajit runs a book
publishing company called futuretext, which
specializes in these topics. He also chairs Oxford university’s next generation…
A couple of weeks ago Charlie
Schick posted about the lack of mobile-focused bloggers in the Web 2.0
Workgroup. Charlie wrote:
“…from the list, I, of course, did not see a person focusing on mobility. I’m not surprised. Mobile might not need a special focus, but it sure should be part of the discussion.”
I replied in the comments that…
I’ve mentioned that September is Month of Mobility at Read/Write Web, but I haven’t posted about it as much as I wanted to. Why? It’s because the mobile world is mostly new to me, which means I’ve had to batch process a whole bunch of information about it over the past few weeks.
Frankly I’ve been so absorbed in the PC Web over the years, that…
The ITU (International Telecommunication Union) has just released a report entitled The Portable Internet. From the press release:
“A new set of advanced wireless technologies now promises to bring affordable, high-speed Internet connectivity to the masses. This set of technologies, and the market opportunity they create, has been termed the…
September is the Month of Mobility at Read/Write Web, I’ve decided. This month
I’m going to explore the intersection between the Web and mobile devices. Principally
mobile phones and PDA’s, although there’s also a trend of convergence of those two
devices into “smart phones”. And let’s not forget new ground-breaking devices such as the