Check out the latest haps in the mobile apps space.
A QR code is a two-dimensional matrix barcode, which can be scanned by a mobile phone with a camera or a smartphone to reveal information it contains—be it text, a URL or really anything else for that matter.
Just this week, Facebook announced that all of their privacy controls are now available “from any browser-enabled mobile device”.
World Cup iPhone apps to enhance the 2010 FIFA World Cup experience.
Envato, makers of ActiveDen, AudioJungle and the Tuts+ Network of sites have a brand new tutorial site for mobile called Mobiletuts+.
Yesterday Facebook launched its new mobile site: 0.Facebook.com. What was wrong with m.facebook.com? Well nothing really, except you have to pay for a data plan to have access to it. Now with 0.Facebook.com you pay… zero.
This Wednesday (May 12, 2010) Sprint is hosting the HTC EVO 4G Launch event in New York City.
Location-based mobile advertising is proving to outperform other forms of mobile advertising.
You just never know if a video is going to go viral or not. But when the video contains Leprechauns, and some hilarious interviews, you better believe it’s going to make its way around the web. And because we know that Leprechaun magic is strongest around St. Patrick’s Day, it’s no surprise that this St. Patrick’s Day, the viral video Leprechaun in Mobile Alabama came back around to cause some mist jiff.
Whether it’s setting up a mobile version of your site or developing a custom mobile app, now is the time to take that next step in your mobile marketing efforts.
Analytics firm Quantcast shared new mobile market share percentages this week showing Google’s Android operating system is definitely growing in popularity across North America.
While doing some research for a new cell phone, I came across the Environmental Working Group for the 2010 Cell Phone Radiation Report Update.