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I have seen the future, and it's mobile. Just one little problem: Engagement. - DROdio

I have seen the future, and it's mobile. Just one little problem: Engagement. - DROdio | BMJ mobile | Scoop.it
Henry Blodget of BusinessInsider gave an excellent presentation titled The Future of Digital at a recent Ignition conference.As you can see from the...
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Android vs. iOS: Usage & Engagement Patterns | Tech-Thoughts

Android vs. iOS: Usage & Engagement Patterns | Tech-Thoughts | BMJ mobile | Scoop.it
IBM has just released their report on Black Friday sales, which shows that iOS devices accounted for 18.5% of online transactions compared to just 5.5% for Android.
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Hands-on with the $35 Aakash-2 tablet: I want one

Hands-on with the $35 Aakash-2 tablet: I want one | BMJ mobile | Scoop.it
Still waiting for that new iPad mini? Or perhaps you couldn't wait and decided to drop $199 on some 7-inch tablet?
How about a $50 Android tablet?
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Strategy Reboot: Time To Stop Building Mobile Websites - Forbes

Strategy Reboot: Time To Stop Building Mobile Websites - Forbes | BMJ mobile | Scoop.it
Guest post written by Ian Lurie Ian Lurie is CEO of Portent, an Internet marketing company. Ian Lurie It's time to re-think your mobile Web strategy. By feeding it into a shredder.
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Native, Web, or hybrid: How to choose your mobile development path

Make no mistake: The enterprise is getting serious about developing and delivering mobile business apps.
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Mobile applications: native v Web apps – what are the pros and cons? | mobiThinking

Description: The difference between the capabilities of Web-based and native mobile apps is narrowing rapidly. Before embarking on a mobile app you need to know the facts.
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Moving Toward a “Mobile First” Strategy for Email

Moving Toward a “Mobile First” Strategy for Email | BMJ mobile | Scoop.it
It's time to debunk another email marketing myth: Subscribers who view your email messages on their smartphones will go back and read them again on bigger...
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3 reasons to adopt a 'mobile first' strategy

3 reasons to adopt a 'mobile first' strategy | BMJ mobile | Scoop.it
The frenetic rise of mobile as a content channel is disrupting publishers’ digital business models. Moving mobile to the top of the priority list may be the only way to catch up.
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Inside View from Ireland: Beware the Mobile-First Strategy

Inside View from Ireland: Beware the Mobile-First Strategy | BMJ mobile | Scoop.it
BECAUSE OF FAILINGS in mobile consumer space, several first movers have made the decision to launch web-first and charge directly from the gate. That's the story with me and App.net.
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BYOD Case Study: Great Ormond Street Children’s Hospital - Articles - Educational Technology - ICT in Education

BYOD Case Study: Great Ormond Street Children’s Hospital - Articles - Educational Technology - ICT in Education | BMJ mobile | Scoop.it
The Children’s Hospital School is a Foundation Special School located on two sites, one ...
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Several Forces Driving Explosion in Mobile Health Care Industry, Experts Say

Several Forces Driving Explosion in Mobile Health Care Industry, Experts Say | BMJ mobile | Scoop.it
Eric Topol of Scripps Health, Chuck Parker of the Continua Health Alliance and Paul Sonnier of Popper and Company spoke with iHealthBeat about the rapid growth of the mobile health market.
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Gartner Identifies the Top 10 Strategic Technology Trends for 2013

Gartner, Inc. today highlighted the top 10 technologies and trends that will be strategic for most organizations in 2013. Analysts presented their findings during Gartner Symposium/ITxpo, being held here through October 25.
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Twitter’s New Strategy: Mobile First Or Me First? | VIRALBLOG.COM

Twitter’s New Strategy: Mobile First Or Me First? | VIRALBLOG.COM | BMJ mobile | Scoop.it
Read the insights about the new Twitter Mobile First impact on brands, agencies, developers and broadcasters.
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