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Coffee with Adam Ely, Co-Founder of Bluebox

November 17, 2014, by Christian Devlin

I had the pleasure of having coffee with Adam Ely in Atlanta on Wednesday, and wanted to

What You Need to Know About Mobile Payment Devices

SoTech Leaders Q&A on Mobile Payment Devices with Jason Swenk of Payscape Advisors

SoTech: All the

Mobile Apps: Native or Web?

I had a discussion with a competitor recently and we found ourselves agreeing on the fact that it seemed like a no-brainer to

Mobile Devices Transform Shopping Process (Report)

Nielsen and Yahoo show that mobile devices are transforming the shopping process, according to a new report released within

Worldwide Mobile Application Store Revenue $15 Billion in 2011

Free downloads are forecast to account for 81 percent of total mobile application store downloads in 2011. This percentage has been decreasing since the first launches in 2008, and Gartner estimates free downloads will continue to decrease in 2011, but it will increase again from 2012 through 2014. Users will begin paying for more applications as they perceive values in the concept of mobile applications, and they become more trustful of billing mechanisms.

Did Eric Schmidt Jump Or Was He Pushed?

Google’s Q4 2010 results look good, but the big story is the stepping down of Eric Schmidt. Did Eric Schmidt Jump Or

Mobile Year in Review 2010

Highlights of the 2010 Year in U.S. Mobile

5 billion mobile apps downloaded, up from 300 million in 2009 5 million Foursquare users,

Cloud Services, Mobile Computing, and Social Networking to Mature and Coalesce Into a New Mainstream Platform

FRAMINGHAM, Mass., December 2, 2010 – Transformation has been a recurring theme in the annual International Data Corporation (IDC) Predictions over the past

Top 5 Vehicle Technologies That Will Change How You Drive

Edmunds predicts that five automotive technologies will have a significant impact on how we drive. They include:

Connected Cars

Will U.S. customers pay more for no-contract, 3G-embedded devices?

Subsidy or no subsidy? That’s the question that wireless execs — not to mention customers — are facing when it comes to