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Publisher Spotlight: Soundhound

Posted May 26, 2017

SoundHound is one of the premiere audio recognition and cognition companies in the world. With over 300 million downloads, and offices in six cities across three countries, their founder’s goal of making the future a reality is getting closer every day. We spoke to a few members of the SoundHound team to find out the…

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Publisher Spotlight: ESPN

Posted Jan 27, 2017

ESPN has ridden the rise of satellite and then cable TV to the very top of sports programming, becoming a byword for sports coverage. ESPN hopped on mobile early as well – continuing its trend of embracing new technologies to keep sports front and center for those who don’t just want to know, but need…

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The Mobile Screen Time Crunch

Posted Jan 24, 2017

Time spent on mobile devices has been slowly overtaking other media for several years now, but as time on mobile devices increases, so too does the competition for the small screen. Recently, we wrote about the first half of mobile and app’s growing time as part of digital media consumption habits. The second half of…

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Mobile Monday: Brick & Mortar Hope and YouTube’s Catching Up

Posted Jul 4, 2016

In this edition of Mobile Monday, we’re taking a look at how mobile has the opportunity to help brick and mortar retailers and how YouTube is catching up in the mobile live streaming market. Mobile & Mortar While many articles may pit online and mobile shopping against brick & mortar stores, this only paints a…

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Mobile Monday: Dive in Darts Out while Samsung and AT&T Embrace More Video

Posted Aug 17, 2015

In this edition of Mobile Monday, we are covering what Square Enix’s closure of Dive In means for mobile streaming trends, what Samsung’s new native mobile streaming functionality could mean for Periscope and Meerkat, and how carriers like AT&T are responding to the demand for more mobile video. Dive In Darts Out While apps like…

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Mobile Monday: Automated Evolution, Mobcrush & More Angry Birds

Posted Aug 3, 2015

In this edition of Mobile Monday, we’re taking a look at how Ice Jam Studio plans to create mobile games that automatically evolve, how Mobcrush aspires to be the Twitch of mobile gaming, and how unnervingly successful the latest Rovio game launch was. Automatic Evolution with Ice Jam Studio While most games rely on patches…

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Mobile Monday

Posted Mar 30, 2015

This week in mobile, we are taking a look at what mobile broadcasting means for cellular providers, how T-Mobile is responding with a crowdsourced coverage map, how Vine is attempting to catch up on quality, and what Sony’s foray into augmented reality looks like.

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