Last week saw various big players in the mobile space announce their second-quarter results – there were Apple’s device shipments, Zynga’s declining revenues and… Facebook.
One would have thought that the era of widespread new networks, in developed markets, either fixed or mobile, is over.
I recently came across a survey by BiTE Interactive on smart wearable device adoption by the US consumers.
Anyone who has seen the film and TV series Star Trek will know about the Tricorder, a piece of equipment that looks a little like an early mobile phone which can diagnose and heal just about anything by using sophisticated remote diagnostic techniques that belong to the future… Belong to the future?
It seems that right now everybody is talking about King’s infinitely successful Candy Crush Saga; even here in Juniper’s office the level you are on is the topic du jour.
Last week, San Francisco played host to Microsoft’s 2013 Build (or should that be //build/?) Conference for Developers. Several of the announcements from the conference focussed on the updated Windows 8.1, Internet Explorer and Xbox One; however, buried beneath these news stories were signals that the Windows Phone Store, and Microsoft’s presence on mobile devices, was moving in a positive direction.