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Broadcasters and Pay TV providers; avoid these pitfalls when building a OTT Platform. Please.

by Ted Chamberlin  |  September 22, 2017

It seems that everyday a new OTT streaming platform is slated to hit the market.  Disney, Starz, Scripps, ESPN, and many more to come. Gartner sees the trend of cord...

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Augmented Reality in Mobile Apps

by Marty Resnick  |  September 19, 2017

Augmented reality (AR) is defined as the overlaying of digital information on the physical world (see our note "Immersive Technologies Offer Infinite Possibilities" ). It gives organizations unique and specialized...

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Google's AR Core - The Tool(s) Android Developers Need to Build Augmented Reality Apps

by Marty Resnick  |  August 31, 2017

Needless to say, it’s been a very exciting couple of months for Augmented reality (AR). With the announcements of AR Core (Google), and AR Kit (Apple) a couple of months...

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Chabots, immersive technologies, and fundamentals of mobile app development

by Jason Wong  |  March 14, 2017

We are less than three months into 2017 and already the Mobile Application Strategies agenda team has produced a number of thought provoking research aligned to our themes of accelerating mobile app...

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What enterprise mobile app teams need to know about Android Lollipop

by Jason Wong  |  December 1, 2014

A couple of weeks ago, I wrote about the impact of iOS 8, iPhone 6 and Swift on mobile app development teams. Now I take a look at Android Lollipop's...

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LinkedIn, Node.js, and the Rise of JavaScript in Mobile

by Jason Wong  |  May 1, 2014

If you’re a business professional, you are likely a LinkedIn user. The company recently announced that there are more than 300 million registered LinkedIn users worldwide as of April 2014,...

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The New Gartner Mobile Reference Architecture

by Paul Debeasi  |  August 13, 2012

Summary: Gartner has introduced the first and only Mobile Reference Architecture for enterprise IT organizations. The Mobile Reference Architecture is an integrated set of research that helps IT organizations make...

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Abracadabra: Barnes and Noble Transforms the Nook Color

by Allen Weiner  |  April 25, 2011

Barnes and Noble has made good on its promise of upgrading the firmware on its Nook Color, launched in October 2010, by announcing that Froyo, aka Android 2.2, will now...

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I “like” you, but I hate your apps – Part 3: Controls and a look at the market

by Ian Glazer  |  January 28, 2011

Happy Data Privacy Day! Or if you are in the EU – Happy Data Protection Day! In my last post I talked about the desires of all the parties involved...

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I "like" you, but I hate your apps – Part 1: The nature of relationships

by Ian Glazer  |  January 14, 2011

As I sat in my in-laws’ living room on Christmas, I realized that there were far more than just the 17 of us there. Almost everyone of us had our...

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