Madness descended upon Barcelona once again this week as the MWC circus brought the biggest and brightest from the mobile world to Spain. Daniel Weisbeck assesses some of the biggest news from the show from the relative safety of Netbiscuits HQ.
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Over the last few years, the fashion industry and IT have formed an even more intimate partnership than ever before. We have seen brands, such as Burberry, embrace technologies to bring customers even closer to their collections and invent a whole new range of online experiences, based on mobile and social. It got me thinking... Read more »
As the Netbiscuits Device Analytics clocks up its one billionth page impression, Simon Witkiss takes a look at some of the surprising devices accessing the platform and also explores the consumerization of big data in relation to the phenomenon of wearables.
As Yahoo looks to make up ground on some of its competitors, CEO Marissa Mayer is rumoured to be hedging her bets on mobile as the way to transform the company’s fortunes. Netbiscuits CMO Daniel Weisbeck looks at the rumor mill and what’s next for Yahoo.
2014 is set to be another year in which mobile dominates the agenda in the technology world. We caught up with CEO Michael Neidhoefer to learn more about the business, its journey and what the next 12 months holds for Netbiscuits. Q: For those who are not aware, who are Netbiscuits and what do you... Read more »
There is something really strange going on at the moment in mobile web development. With a lot of chatter in the media, many marketers are demanding that their new mobile enabled web site is built around a certain technology, namely Responsive Web Design (RWD). Why is that? In the past, were you ever concerned if... Read more »
From film director Michael Bay’s on-stage meltdown, to Samsung’s curvaceous TVs and every ‘smart’ device under the sun, CES 2014 has certainly kicked off the year with a bang. As expected, wearables have dominated much of the CES conversation. LG presented headphones which can track user heart rate and Sony unveiled Core, which measures walking,... Read more »
Recently, we published our 2014 predictions and the single underlying theme for every forecast was an increasingly demanding consumer, focused on all things mobile. As vendors start to lower their price points or manufacture devices for specific emerging markets, consumers will get their first taste of smart devices such as low-cost tablets or entry-level smartphones... Read more »
Recently, the following headline caught my eye: ‘this is the year storefronts go digital’. And most will get it wrong. An experience I encountered at an airport not too long ago, is a prime example of how to get it wrong. As any frequent business traveller will attest, flight wait times are the biggest drag.... Read more »
Year after year, your smartphone audience is growing. This growth is not just limited to numbers, although those are also highly impressive; the latest figures from IDC showed that in the worldwide smartphone market, vendors shipped 237.9 million units in 2Q13 compared to 156.2 million units shipped in 2Q12. This represents the highest annual growth... Read more »