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Mobile World Congress: and the winner is…

The biggest mobile phone conference in the world 2013 has drawn to a close. For those who were following our blog closely, you’ll have seen we were running a friendly competition to see which blogger’s Q&A could garner the most views. The questions these influential industry enthusiasts put to our experts ranged from NFC and […]

What can we gain from mHealth? – Question from Zack…

As well as posing us questions on mobile-ID, NFC News’ Zack Martin also asked us a couple of posers on mHealth: What’s a unique mobile health program that you’ve seen? If there isn’t one that sticks out can you give me an example of something that can be done with mobile health that couldn’t otherwise […]

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Mobile World Congress Keynote 1: Mobile Operator Strategies

We’ve already blogged about handset manufacturers and innovators in the mobile space, but where would be without the mobile operators? In the opening keynote of 2013’s Mobile World Congress, CEOs from some of the world’s largest and most important operators discussed the challenges and opportunities ahead for the mobile industry. Here are some of the […]

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The day before the first day of Mobile World Congress

That’s right – it has started. Mobile World Congress 2013 has kicked off in style. We’re in a new vast venue in Barcelona, the city is alive with visitors from all over the world, it’s the first conference to offer a truly integrated NFC Experience, and there’s plenty of excitement around the biggest mobile show […]

Where’s the money in customer experience management?

What is the most effective channel for customer interaction? Email marketing? Social media? A recent survey we’ve conducted along with Telecoms.com suggests that it could well be mobile marketing – so long as it is used properly! Almost 90 per cent of operator respondents felt that mobile marketing is important or even essential to a […]

As with the desktop web, will mobile advertising become the…

Simon Judge of Mobile Phone Development asked whether mobile advertising will become the principal income driver in mobile. The growth of mobile and the rise of Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) means more of us have smart computing devices with us most, if not all of the time. As Simon mentions in his question, we […]