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Hello 2012! It’s time to forecast the trends of 2012, here’s one of the SEO firms National Positions‘ report.
Top 10 Internet Marketing Trends of 2012 are:
On Device Research (ODR) is all about the mobile Internet. It’s a research company that follow a simple rule: if you want to find about how people are using mobile Internet, you have to do your research over mobile devices. By doing so, they’ve gathered data on an emerging type of consumer: the “Mobile Only” user. Continue reading
More dire warnings have been issued over the proliferation of mobile devices and the impending shortage of IP addresses. GoMo News has covered this story several times in the past, and today we present an overview of the problem, its implications and possible solution. Continue reading
LTE has been all over the news this year. It’s the evolution of mobile networks, and operators and consumers alike are excited for it to arrive. It is being slowly prepared for roll out all over the world – so why is a new standard called TD-LTE being touted before the old standard is even established? Don’t worry. If you don’t know your WiMAX from your WCDMA, then this is the article for you. Continue reading
Skyfire is part of a rare breed – internet browsers made only for mobile devices. Most other mobile browsers have an on-line parent, but Skyfire has no such safety net. In order to open a whole new business plateau, Skyfire has today announced what it calls a major business shift. It has released a new business-to-business product called Skyfire Rocket a new mobile browser service designed specifically for mobile operators and handset manufacturers. Continue reading
One of the really great things about mobile phones is that they give Internet access to countless millions who wouldn’t otherwise have it. There are vast numbers of people who have been connected to the ‘net over the past two years through their mobile devices. Unfortunately, this sudden proliferation of new IP addresses has really helped kick the ass of IPv4. The technology underlying the World Wide Web is on the verge of completely running out of addresses – which was the topic of discussion at the second IPv6 Summit, held yesterday in Irelands’ Dublin Castle. Continue reading
dotMobi is a mobile company that maintains the .mobi domain for the mobile web. This domain was designed to give companies a quick and simply way to get a presence on the mobile internet. Now it has announced that it is being completely acquired by Afilias – the company that runs the .info interne000t domain. Continue reading
Yesterday was a glorious examples of how effective Apple’s marketing engine is. The hype reached fever pitch as Steve Jobs rock-starred his way onto stage. But much like the Nexus One, the backlash has already begun against the device. Is it justified? Let’s look at the pros and cons. Continue reading
A new analytics company for mobile internet usage has launched today – Ground Truth. The service claims it is introducing intelligence to the field of mobile metrics, and that its patent-pending methodology (called True View) is the most precise metrics tool currently available for mobile internet. Furthermore, Ground Truth says it has revealed some shocking truths about mobile internet use… that will shock you. Let’s have a look! Continue reading
Just yesterday, the Australian telecoms regulator published an extensive report on how mobile services are rapidly overtaking traditional phone lines in Australia. Mobile services are getting cheaper and better, and landlines are starting to look like they’re in trouble. And in the midst of this, O2 UK has announced that it will be launching a landline service. Is that a good idea? Continue reading
Back in May, Bena wrote an article describing Twitter as a search engine, and showing the major differences between Google and Twitter. Her conclusions included Twitter being the most immediate, up-to-date search service available… but not getting the same kind of quality control or duplication-removal that Google offers. Those negative points may be about to disappear – as Google has announced that Tweets will now be offered alongside regular results on the massive search engine. Continue reading
Swisscom declares IP to be the future of telephony, will be launching telephone, TV and Internet bundle
Swisscom will be launching a new IP service called Infinity plus this May, combining VoIP and high-speed net access. This is the first service in a new line of products Swisscom is creating, combining fixed-line internet with mobile services. This will be followed by bundled services combining fixed-line with mobile Internet, TV and VoIP.
Conveneer today announced that it has secured $4.5 million in financing. Through it’s Mikz service, Conveneer allows content stored on mobile phones to be accessed like it was on an online site. The funding will be used to further develop Mikz, as well as push sales in the US before its commercial launch their later [...]
InfoGin, which enables on-line web browsing on handsets, has been chosen by Mumbai operator BPL India to launch its new mobile Internet service. InfoGin claims to connect over 4,500 mobile device models to the “real” Internet exactly like on a PC, with its Intelligent Mobile Platform (IMP).
The service, which is available to all BPL subscribers, [...]
Verizon has introduced new promotional offers for triple- and double-play bundles for new High Speed Internet (HSI) and DIRECTV customers. It’s HSI offer can hit around 7.1 Mbps download.
The triple-play bundles start at $79.99 a month for 12 months, and the double-plays bundles start at $49.99 a month for 12 months.
From the press release:
“Our voice, [...]