• Depeche Mode Launches App

    Hopefully, Depeche Mode will have a less controversial experience launching a mobile phone app than Nine Inch Nails did several weeks ago, when Apple refused to carry their revised app in their app store. For now, all is fine in the world of music and...

  • Survey: Mobile Internet Adoption Continues To Rise

    Though it may come as no surprise, mobile internet adoption and overall usage is still steadily increasing.  A survey conducted by PriceGrabber.com outlines some new trends in mobile Internet shopping and purchasing behaviors in its new “Consumer Behavior” report dubbed “Mobile Internet Shopping Trends.” The...

  • Subway + GoMobo = Text 4 Sammiches

    Manhattanites craving sub sandwiches can now satiate themselves via SMS–and sammich-sellers are reaping the benefits. Every Subway franchise in the New York city borough has started offering text-message ordering, powered by GoMobo–which, as Michael told us a year ago, aims to permanently simplify and standardize...

  • Making Mobile Image Recognition a Part of Everyday Life

    You know how absolutely natural it feels to “Google” something? Well, can you remember how in the not so distant past we didn’t even know what Google was, much less use it as a verb? Frankly, I cannot imagine everyday life without this powerful tool. I predict that in the not so distant future we …   Read More

  • Mobile Marketing Combined With Local Door To Door…

    Where I live, there’s a service that distributes coupon advertisements door to door on a monthly basis. The coupons are usually for local restaurants and bars, and others are simply announcements and other traditional advertising. The service has been around forever it seems, and people...

  • Thrrum’s “Mobile Visual Search” Via MMS Technology

    We’ve seen barcode and image recognition on mobile devices for some time now, but it’s never enjoyed mainstream success due to limitations such as having to download a special app, or use a technology that most devices don’t have currently. With the introduction of “Mobile...

  • SnapTell Reaches Mobile Image Recognition Milestone

    SnapTell, which we’ve covered before, is a leading provider of image-recognition based mobile marketing services, that today announced they’ve reached a milestone with their revolutionary service. With their recently released “Mobile Entertainment Explorer” user’s can simply snap a photo of things like CD covers, DVD...