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The Emergence of Multi-Screen Content Services: A Path Toward Monetization

At present, in the US, there exists a delicate balance by TV programmers between satisfying MSOs (Multi-System Operators) with exclusive content and growing

Hughes Telematics, Qualcomm and American Medical Alert Corporation Announce Joint Venture to Create Lifecomm

New company to offer mobile Personal Emergency Response products and services

(Press Release) ATLANTA – May 12, 2010 – Hughes Telematics, Inc. (“HTI”),

NAVTEQ: The content and services behind navigation and GPS (video overviews)

These videos give a short overview of NAVTEQ, new spatial content and the location based services.

Have you thought about how the map

Mobile and Location Based Advertising

Here are a few video overviews of mobile and location based advertising. As an extra value, the 2nd video contains a 30 minute

Video Demo of VisioGlobe 3D Navigation on the iPhone

Video Demo of VisioGlobe 3D Navigation on the iPhone at Mobile World Congress 2010


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Monetize Subscriber and Location Data

With the number of applications and services now available in the market, the biggest challenge for the network service provider is to determine

Twitter Buys Mixer Labs and Puts Location-Based Services in the Spotlight

Twitter’s acquisition of Mixer Labs , a service that helps developers build location-aware applications, shows that the company hopes to

Google says local services “hugely important” to mobile future

Calling local services “hugely important” to the future of the mobile user experience, Google product SVP Jonathan Rosenberg said Thursday the digital services

Location’s Social Paradox

There’s an absolute eruption of activity around location-based services right now. Companies are getting funded left and right, new ones are popping up

Location, Location, Location: 5 Big Predictions for 2010

Predictions from Mashable:
1. Facebook Status Updates Will Become Location-Aware
2. A Popular LBS App Will Be Acquired
3. Twitter Will Build Their Own LBS app
4. Location Sharing Will Become Ubiquitous
5. Location Will Be Both Media Darling and Cautionary Tale

Do you agree with these? Where do you see major developments for location applications and services in 2010?