Sponsored Post We’re about to enter an age when mobile apps and services adapt themselves to you, morphing themselves to present exactly what you need at any particular moment.
Sponsored Post IBM’s Ed Brill talks about MessageSite, a low-power-consumption appliance that can process massive amounts of electronic transactions, and which helps power Sprint Velocity.
Sponsored Post V-Key focuses on securing native applications and mobile websites by providing security layers, rather than the device itself, providing security without annoying the end customers.
Some day, proximity technology might make walking into a store a lot like the scene in Minority Report where Tom Cruise passes through a mall, and each sign addresses him by name.
Sponsored Post As the cost of fitness- and health-monitoring gadgets go down, and ubiquitous cloud infrastructure makes data collection easy, there’s a big opportunity to help improve the quality of health care while reducing its costs.
Helpshift recently won the MobileBeat Innovation Showdown. Th company provides a mobile help desk that powers customer service for hundreds of mobile applications.
Digify lets you read a document on your mobile device, but then it disappears from the machine.
You can leave feedback via QR codes or voice messages.
CloudOn CEO Milind Gadekar noticed that it’s both “interesting and nonintuitive” that people regularly create full documents on their smartphone.
When you use LinkedIn’s mobile apps, you might not notice the series of bounces, slides, and pops under your fingers. But you’ll definitely feel their effect, a deliberate manipulation to make the app feel delightful in your hand.
User acquisition one of the most complicated and frustrating performance indicators (KPIs). At MobileBeat today, successful mobile startups revealed how they capture and engage their users.
The experts offer their opinions on who is getting it right when it comes to a mobile experience.
With mobile ad revenue almost reaching $9 billion in 2012, mobile is a cornerstone of any brand marketing campaign. Execs from major brands and ad agencies discuss how mobile devices have transformed how they think about reaching consumers.
Not too many years ago, Pandora and Evernote were tiny startups with uncertain futures. But these companies anticipated growth and made steps to prepare their infrastructure for rapid adoption.
VentureBeat announced its Mobile Advertising Index today, a listing of the top 10 companies helping marketers trying to reach mobile users. Here they are:
Trulia had to focus on getting its mobile experience right for both consumers and real estate agents.
It’s more than just bandwidth holding back the mobile industry.
Most of us will not consider our bank to be a hotbed of innovation. But banks are toying with various open source projects, and are rapidly developing ways to help you manage and share money from a smartphone.
Wearable computing like Google Glass is just beginning to invade our lives. Soon, it will be inside our bodies.
Yelp is rolling out a new delivery feature so consumers can not only browse for food, but order it as well.
Grantoo says branded tournaments produce six times better engagement than banner ads.
Could paying more attention to the way people tick, their psychology, actually help you build a better product? This guy says absolutely.
They’ll set the stage for GamesBeat 2013 coming in October.
Guest Post Nearly all real estate professionals are using overly complicated technology that is 10 to 20 years old. That’s about to change.
Norwest Venture Partners partner Matthew Howard shares his views on what large tech companies can do to keep up with startups in a rapidly changing world.
The Pebble smartwatch is in high-demand as Kickstarter backers wait to get their units, but it seems the public may be able to buy the device at Best Buy as soon as this weekend.
Sponsored Post In this video, chief executive Milind Gadekar talks about CloudOn’s technology and mission, and hints at the collaboration features coming to the platform this summer.
Join us on July 9-10 for two days packed with high-level discussions, breakouts, exclusive announcements, and networking sessions.
After years of false starts, 2013 has become the year of mobile advertising.
Guest Post Cheryl Morris is the director of marketing for Nanigans. In less than a year, Facebook became the market leader in mobile display ads – outpacing giants like Google and Apple to control approximately a quarter of all mobile display revenues. What represented zero percent of Facebook’s ad revenues a year ago is on track to be a billion-dollar market this year in the United States alone.
We’re looking for the next generation of thinkers who blend mobile and machine to demo their gadgets on the floor at MobileBeat 2013.
Hamoui will focus on early-stage investments in mobile, the firm tells me, and he’ll be based in Silicon Valley.
To fix the plumbing with the technical equivalent of a plunger, IBM is creating its 9HP siclion germanium chip technology.
The number one magazine provider in Apple’s Newstand has now added 20 new magazine from American Media to its stable of 1,800 magazines for digital sale.
Android fans, contain yourselves.
Quark Games plans to release Champs Battlegrounds for mobile devices this summer.
The same games are topping the revenue charts even as new titles invade the most-downloaded list for iOS and Android.
Following its revamped iPad app last week, music and TV show discovery service Shazam rolled out a new Windows Phone 8 app today.
Clip hopes to tailor its payment solution to Spanish-speaking consumers.
Only a few months after Samsung debuted its latest flagship smartphone, the Galaxy S4, the company is gearing up to launch a new set of devices.