Mobile data usage is absolutely surging, average U.S. subscriber chomping down about 230 megabits of data per month! This is a 50% increase in just six months. IMHO a whole new industry is going to form just to manage this data as the networks grow faster and stronger. Similar to the way operating systems in the computer were app/platform driven and then migrated to web based applications. You can see this happening as various mobile OS’s proliferate. There will be a time when the mobile OS battle won’t matter,nor apps as the only thing that will be important is access to the mobile cloud.
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The main question on the new MS Windows 7 mobile phone; is will it penetrate the market to any real levels. Google and Apple are so far ahead, but having a real Outlook client on the 7 device does bring some clarity to the platform. Yes we know this is a HD Zune phone when you really get down to user interface for the most part, with some much needed “hubbing” for our hyper interconnected world. But, will adoption happen in the enterprise without backward capable apps? That’s a head scratcher. Will MS pick someone besides AT&T as a premier partner..come on, we need a CDMA relief valve.
Although there is way to much hub-bub around the video that was created by the best buy employee, it is a very important lesson in marketing. Apple literally owns the mobile space when it comes to what people “perceive they want”… The bell cant ring loud enough especially for Sprint. They have a far better product in so many ways (evo) but still nothing clever to push it ….and still pushing Dan’s face in front of everyone, why.. The riddle is in being sexy and trendy, that’s what Sprint has to solve. The video has a bit of foul language, but i was in tears after watching it.
Very interested to see how social geo-marketing companies like foursquare www.foursquare.com will play a role in the combined SEO/Mobile applications merging technology. I will admit, this is fascinating how Geo-social networking is an entirely different approach when the element of a game or bragging rights is involved.
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