In my previous blog post I wrote about how mobile IM doesn’t pose a significant threat to SMS.
The Official Google Blog last Friday contained a very interesting piece from the product manager for Google Maps all about a service called Google Transit.
While mobile gambling has had its fair share of false dawns, now is perhaps the time to suggest that – as with mobile advertising – the tipping point has finally been reached.
Data Offloading has been acknowledged by most operators as the most cost effective when rolling out future generation networks, which not only saves on heavy upgrade investments but also caters for subscriber’s intense bandwidth usage.
Launch of this new service from Air France KLM means that passengers can choose to be kept informed of delays, cancellations and other travel information straight to their smartphone.
Let’s pick up where we left off, shall we?
In the latest edition of our mobile messaging report published today, Juniper Research assesses the market for this type of communication on the mobile device, including two competing formats of P2P text-based communication: SMS and mobile IM.