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    iWatch what happens next

    The remake of Total Recall illustrated an interesting concept for the future of communication technology.  People could embed electronic circuitry into their hands and use their palms as smartphones.  Insert your joke here about where they embedded fax machines.  The interesting and relevant cinematic device...

  • iWatch What Happens Next

    The 2012 reboot of the sci-fi classic Total Recall illustrated an interesting concept for the future of communication technology. The envisioned future portrayed a time in which people could embed electronic circuitry directly into their hands and use their palms as smartphones. Insert your joke here about where they embedded fax machines. What’s truly remarkable, …   Read More

  • Google Confirms Extension of Exchange ActiveSync Support for Windows Phone

    The window hasn’t been slammed shut on Windows phone users just yet. Following recent confirmation that it would end consumer support for Microsoft’s Exchange ActiveSync protocol on January 30th (yesterday), Google reconsidered the matter. As a result, Google is pushing the cutoff date to late summer in a move that will allow mobile users to …   Read More

  • Google Maps Getting Ditched for iOS 6?

    Apple is reportedly planning to dump its relationship with Google Maps for the launch of iOS 6. If so, what will be in Google’s place? According to John Paczkowski of All Things D, Apple could unveil at the company’s WWDC next month an amazing 3D Maps service and platform that will wow smartphone users like …   Read More

  • Google Says Mobile Search Ad Requests Doubled Late Last Year

    Internet search giant Google revealed this week that mobile search ad request volume doubled in late 2011 when compared to the same time frame in 2010. In a new interview with Tech Crunch, Google’s mobile search ads chief Surojit Chatterjee admits that mobile search has increased five-fold in the past two two years alone. Chatterjee …   Read More

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    Google on Pace for Record Mobile Ad Revenue in 2012

    According to prominent Wall Street analyst and leading tech market watcher Gene Munster with Piper Jaffray, Google’s mobile ad revenue may exceed $4 billion in 2012. Munster says AdSense for mobile and the AdMob unit have been huge cash generators in the past and 2012 will be no different. Unlike Apple, however, which continues to …   Read More

  • Google Says Local Now Accounts for 40 Percent of Mobile Searches, “Distance” Now an AdWords Ranking Variable

    Google today announced new mobile ad-units along with some interesting new stats in regards to mobile search. According to the company, 40% of all mobile searches coming to Google are local in nature at this point, which continues to trend upward.  As such, the search giant also announced that “physical location,” or the proximity of …   Read More

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    Google Adding +1 Buttons to Mobile Web, Mobile Display Ads

    It was announced today that Google will begin adding +1 buttons to their Web and mobile display ads in early October, adding user photos and recommendations to the ads themselves.  The buttons were recently added in the same way to Google search results. On its “Inside AdWords” blog today, Google said that +1 buttons have …   Read More