All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘mobile’

Twitter Adds Photo Tagging, Multiple Photos In Tweets

Twitter is rolling out a new update to its Android and iOS apps with new photo features for tagging people and including up to four pics in a single tweet. The tagging feature is quite frankly long overdue. How long has Facebook had that? Like forever? Anyhow, with the update, you can tag up to ten people on one photo, …

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Facebook And Google Propelled Mobile Ad Spend To 105% In 2013 [Report]

There has been a lot of question about the effectiveness of Facebook advertising lately, but the numbers show advertisers are spending tons of money on it, and in mobile, it’s one of the driving forces behind a rapidly growing market. According to a new report from eMarketer, global mobile ad spend increased by 105% in 2013, reaching $17.96 billion, and …

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Google Launches New Tools For Mobile App Businesses

Google announced on Tuesday that it is adding Google Analytics to mobile ad platform AdMob and launching new content experiments for Google Tag Manager. Analytics will be available within the AdMob interface on a new “Analyze” tab, which should be quite helpful for app businesses. “Today‚Äôs app developers have to make decisions quickly and implement them seamlessly if they want …

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Matt Cutts On How To Get Google To Recognize Your Mobile Pages

Google has a new “Webmaster Help” video out. This time Matt Cutts discusses optimizing for the mobile web. Specifically, he takes on this submitted question: Is there a way to tell Google there is a mobile version of a page, so it can show the alternate page in mobile search results? Or similarly, that a page is responsive and the …

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Over Half of Mobile Phones Will Come From China Next Year

The mobile industry, including the smartphone segment, has begun to in established markets begins. Device manufacturers are now focusing on emerging markets as the source for mobile growth in the coming years. Manufacturers such as Apple, BlackBerry, and Samsung have all unveiled low-cost smartphones meant to drive sales in places such as India, Brazil, and, most importantly, China. As manufacturers …

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Worldwide LTE Subscriptions Steadily Rising

The smartphone market is continuing to grow, yet most of the world does not yet have access to 4G LTE connections. This is set to change in the near future, however, as emerging nations such as China begin to build out their infrastructure. Market research firm ABI Research today released a new report showing that LTE subscriptions worldwide hit 229.7 …

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Google Analytics Gets New AdWords Reports For Download Campaigns

Google announced today that it has added more integration between AdWords and Google Analytics for Mobile Apps. You can link your accounts and enable auto-tagging, and start getting a new set of reports on day parts, destination URLs, and keyword positions. The reports cover display and search campaigns. You can find them under the Acquisition menu for Google Analytics App …

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Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 615 Is The World’s First 64-Bit Octa-Core Chipset

Apple made headlines last year by introducing the first 64-bit mobile chipset in the iPhone 5S and iPad Air. The company said the move to 64-bit would allow for better performance while retaining backwards compatibility with 32-bit apps. Android device manufacturers were a little slower on the draw, but now they’re starting to introduce their own 64-bit chips. Qualcomm announced …

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IBM To Acquire DBaaS Provider Cloudant

IBM announced on Monday that it has entered into an agreement to acquire database-as-a-service provider Cloudant. Cloudant, which IBM will use to expand its big data/analytics, cloud computing and mobile offerings, lets developers create next-gen mobile and web apps “easily and quickly.” It’s already in use by various companies in gaming, financial services, online learning, retail, healthcare, and mobile device …

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Developers Focusing On Next Gen, PC And Mobile In 2014

On March 17, game developers from around the world will gather in San Francisco for the annual Game Developers Conference. Before the show, GDC surveys attending developers to find out which platforms they’ll be releasing their next game on. Since this is the first year the Xbox One and PS4 are showing up, it will be interesting to see how …

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Mobile Video Viewing Continues to Grow

With an increased focus on streaming media boxes, all-in-one entertainment devices, and smart TVs, tech manufacturers are now more focused on dominating the living room than ever before. The war may already have been lost, however, as it now appears consumers are more enamored of mobile devices than any of these other streaming solutions. Market research firm ABI Research today …

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Is Free Visibility On Facebook A Thing Of The Past?

It would appear that for most businesses, it’s only getting harder and harder to get your messages out to your fans. Remember the days when everybody was signing up for Facebook, and you had an awesome free way of getting in front of your biggest fans on a daily basis? They’d “like” your page because they liked your brand, wanted …

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