Posted on 11th, 2013 by
When you have a business or brand you want to promote within mobile devices, there are a few ways to go about doing so depending on the audience you are trying to reach. Mobile marketing with the latest smartphones can be done by determining the demographic you have in mind while also finding a relevant platform to utilize with your campaigns.
If you are targeting a market that plays games, purchasing in-game advertisements can be done. Full Story →
Posted on 4th, 2013 by
As the prices of smartphones rise, consumers struggle to keep the latest technology in their hands. Leasing is a new option that allows customers to avoid long-term commitments while retaining a new phone. Because the most in-demand smartphones cost over 500, one year leases are a wonderful way to lower the costs associated with smartphone usage.
Most people only use their phones for the term of their contract with their cell phone carrier. Unfortunately, the smartphone that was so attractive at the beginning of the contract loses its appeal as Full Story →
Posted on 24th, 2013 by
Ever year there are new advancements in technology. This year, CES seemed to focus a lot of their attention on new mobile technology. The new mobile technology is leaps and bounds ahead of last year and is sure to turn heads.
Have you ever dropped your phone in a puddle or in the bath tub? Many smart phone users have and are hoping to have smart phone manufacturers try to combat this problem. Luckily, this year they have done just that. The Sony Xperia Z is able to withstand being under water for thirty minutes at a depth of three feet. For those who drop their phone this gives them plenty of time to retrieve it.
In a few years you might hear people asking each other about their bendable phones. For many this seems as though it came straight out of a sci-fi movie, but at this year’s CES a bendable phone was announced. This phone was created by Samsung and can be bent into a tube shape. The screens used in current smart phones are made of glass, but with this smart phone the screen is made of plastic. Not only does this help if your phone is dropped, but it is a cool feature to show off to your friends. Unfortunately, this phone won’t be available to the public for some time.
This year’s CES was full of exciting new developments in the mobile industry. These new mobile technologies will hopefully become more widely available as time goes one. With a whole year of innovation ahead, it will be exciting to see what next year’s CES has in store for mobile users.
Justin Sorensen writes for http://www.internetserviceprovider.net/. He loves technology and routinely blogs about top tech topics.
Posted on 5th, 2012 by
It seems that everything is going mobile these days. This includes mobile payments. Several different technologies exist to process mobile payments. All of these surpass some of the older more traditional payment methods like SMS.
Near Field Communication or NFC is one of the fastest growing mobile payment technologies. This works by a small radio device, called a smart chip. With one of these smart chips in a smart phone, all a merchant needs to do is have a receiver setup for customers to wave their Full Story →
Posted on 3rd, 2012 by
Mobile phone technology has made some great strides. Smartphones have really become like lifelines for a lot of people. Some people just can’t live without them. It’s safe to say that they will provide even more for people in the future.
Mobile phones, in the future, will be the only thing that you will need to carry. These phones will serve as wallets. People will be able use their cell phones to for credit or debit card purchases. They will also have the ability to use coupons that are Full Story →
Posted on 30th, 2012 by
The latest advancements in the technology of the Internet are nothing short of amazing. Depending on your interests, goals and career type, it’s probably safe to assume that every field has been transformed by information distribution aspects of today’s Internet. Here are two that are very popular today, and are gaining significant momentum.
A major new application of Internet technology that is growing in demand is cloud computing. Using the cloud, basically the computing services of huge server farms can Full Story →
Posted on 29th, 2012 by
The latest in computer and internet technology is such that we are able to carry our computers around with us wherever we may go. With chips getting smaller and faster and wifi hotspots practically everywhere, we are able to use our smartphones to link up with our home computers whenever the need arises. From doing online searches to looking at our home files, the advancements are bringing us one step closer to a wholly connected world.
Today’s connected world ensures that anytime and anywhere, we can access whatever information we need at any given time, and Full Story →
Posted on 28th, 2012 by
Smartphones are truly an innovation that is making life easier and more convenient for many people. The ability to access and navigate the internet while on the go makes it easier for people to find what they are looking for while away from home and stay connected. Almost any kind of information can be accessed on a smart phone including addresses of businesses and people, telephone numbers of businesses, maps, and locations. If a person needs to find a business or street address and feels lost they can plug the address into their smart phone and the GPS navigation system within the smartphone will guide them directly there with easy to follow maps and directions.
Smarthpones are also ideal for entertainment. While smartphones used to only play music they now offer streaming of tv shows, movies, and even have e book readers built directly into the phone. Whether a person wants to entertain themselves by watching music videos, movies, Satellite Internet Deals, tv shows or by reading downloadable books and magazines they have the choice to do so. Smartphones are no longer just phones but interactive help desks and miniature entertainment systems that make it impossible for people to put their phones down.