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Apps and mobile tech - intelligence brief

adaptive, (Apr 27, 2015)

Apps and mobile tech - intelligence brief

Mobile Valet Apps Aim to Capitalize on Congestion

adaptive, (Apr 27, 2015)

City drivers will know that all too familiar feeling of hopelessly trawling the streets looking for a parking space. But as Ella Williamson uncovers, there are app entrepreneurs aiming to ease that congestion.

Picking Out Social Media Data & Disruption On Banjo

adaptive, (Apr 27, 2015)

Companies keen to “eavesdrop” on social media and discover what is trending at a certain time and place may want to reach for their Banjo.

Cooking “Smarter” by Connecting Kitchen Appliances

adaptive, (Apr 27, 2015)

The Orange Chef is utilizing its software to cook up new partnerships with big brand appliances to try to make a smarter kitchen. The San Francisco-based startup is also blending the “whole foods” movement with wearables in a mashup that transforms the Crockpot into a connected cooking device

Mobile Digest: Facebook takes on Google with new mobile search engine

adaptive, (Apr 27, 2015)

Apple Pay has a big week at the office, as Facebook announces that it’s piloting a new in-app search engine. Andrew Tolve reports. - See more at: http://analysis.openmobilemedia.com/media-advertising/mobile-digest-facebook-takes-google-new-mobile-search-engine#sthash.jrVrRUEN.dpuf

Smart Parking Offers Mobile Opportunities

adaptive, (Apr 27, 2015)

Business opportunity is often found by easing friction, and that has been the case in solving one of the longest-running problems plaguing drivers, finding a parking place. But as Kati Rubinyi discovered, helping people park can create a different kind of friction where the rubber meets the road.

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adaptive, (Apr 27, 2015)

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Wearables Aren't Replacing Phones, HTC Executive

adaptive, (Apr 27, 2015)

Handsets are here to stay asserts Claude Zellweger, associate vice president for advanced product, for HTC. But whither wearables? Zellweger discusses design, the migration to the wrist, and the opportunities on new platforms.

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