Nokia has unveiled the first concept designs of its Windows 7 Mobile phones, following its tie-up with Microsoft.
In the age of real-time communication, when consumers can communicate with – and about – brands via a myriad of digital channels and social networks, will market research be replaced by more innovative ways of garnering customer insights? Piers Alington CEO of Feedback Ferret explores the issues.
As Mobile World Congress gets underway in Barcelona, widely regarded as one of the biggest mobile events in the calendar, Juniper Research reveals the hot topics at this year’s show.
Morrisons has bought baby goods website Kiddicare for £70m, marking the supermarket chain’s first move in building an online non-food business.
Google’s Android operating system became the largest global SmartPhone software last year. However, according to Ben Trewhella, CTO of app developer Mubaloo, it will take time before Android apps reach the ‘best in class’ apps available on the iPhone.
Open app store GetJar has raised $25 million in Series C funding from Tiger Global Management.
This week, in Steve Ballmer’s keynote address at Mobile World Congress 2011, Microsoft announced a variety of new features coming to its Windows Phone 7 smartphone operating system.
Tremor Media has bought mobile video firm Transpera, as the online ad network expands to mobile.
PRFilter, the first press release search engine, has been launched this week, designed to let web users find recent and relevant press releases.
TweetDeck is to be bought for $30m (£19m) by Silicon Valley firm UberMedia, according to a news report.