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Brazilian enterprises ranging from media outlets to sustainability efforts are customizing their mobile strategies for the Rio Summer Games as they look to capture a huge captive audience. Camila Fontana has the story from São Paulo.
“Experience” has become a huge focus of tech and consumer companies and in turn, one of the biggest buzzwords of the past few years. Brian Solis, principal analyst with Altimeter Group, spent several years researching and gaining newfound appreciation of what makes a unique and successful experience.
Details emerge of a secret Apple virtual reality team, as the Windows Phone dies a slow death and Yahoo! tries to revive itself (again). Andrew Tolve reports.
The two retail giants are refocusing to target a more mobile-first, deal-conscious audience with personalized marketing.
We recently sat down with Brett to get his advice and hear his personal experiences with programmatic.
This year’s Incite Summit: East led to a wealth of insights and soundbites.
The best way to cultivate loyalty is regular and meaningful communication.
Things are heating up in the realm of personalized marketing.
Mobile data traffic at the Rio Olympics is expected to be 50 percent greater than at the London 2012 games. Will Brazil’s wireless infrastructure be able to handle it? Camila Fontana reports from São Paulo…
Wearables that track steps, jogging sessions and gym visits have changed the way health- and weight-conscious consumers go about their fitness routines. But as Siegfried Mortkowitz reports, a growing number of companies are using mobile technology to disrupt professional sports around the globe.
There’s now a vast ocean of mobile gaming opportunities on various platforms and different payment models but the games trying to stay afloat increasingly need to identify and retain the whales, that is the serious players not only willing to pay to play, but willing to pay in size.
Carmaker GM keeps the pedal down on the ridesharing front, as Exploding Kittens goes viral and court documents reveal that Google pays big bucks to Apple for iPhone default search settings. Andrew Tolve reports.
In our fifth annual State of Corporate Social Media report, wherein we polled over 1,100 social media and marketing professionals, we’ve noticed some interesting developments.
At Incite Summit: East, we were fortunate enough to hear some truly thought-provoking discussion from industry leaders about their brand and marketing strategies.
Black Friday isn’t what it used to be. Although 151 million consumers shopped in the Black Friday weekend, which was more than the National Retail Federation expected, overall sales were a little bit disappointing. But as Hans Klis reports, less foot traffic at the malls was offset by more online sales.
While mobile games and services providers have led the way in in-app advertising and are now focused on customer lifetime value, the next wave is still building. Susan Kuchinskas reports on the state of in-app ads.
Identity theft and authentication are growing concerns for companies, especially with more employees working remotely or on mobile devices. Hector Hoyos, founder and CEO of Hoyos Labs, shares with Open Mobile’s Robert Gray how the company’s proprietary platform provides these services sans user names and passwords.
There were drones and phones and wearables, oh my. But CES lacked the raw innovation and flair for the dramatic of the past few years. Nonetheless, we went, we played, we had a good time. Andrew Tolve reports.
Video game executives say this is the winter of new content, but they’re also taking a longer view.
Wearable devices are useful for tracking various physical conditions and accomplishments but as Siegfried Mortkowitz reports, the makers of doppel claim it can actually affect a user’s mental state.