The Mobile Commerce News Weekly is an online newsletter made up of the most
interesting news, articles and links related to mobile payments, mobile
money, e-wallets, mobile banking and mobile security that I run across each
week. I am specifically targeting market size and market trend information.
According to a new Forrester Research report, mobile banking will reach 108
million users in the U.S. by 2017, approximately 46 percent of all U.S. bank
account holders. Read Original Content
Smartphones will drive more than $730 billion worth of purchases over the
next five years, according to Juniper Research. Read Original Content
ABI Research data has shown that over the next five years, the total revenues
from mobile apps – including in-app purchases and pay-per-downloads, as
well as in-app advertising and subscriptions – will explode. In fact, they
are predicted to gro... (more)
Big Data Analysis Gives Valuable Insights into Buyer Behavior for Sky I.T.
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The next BriefingsDirect big-data use case leadership discussion explores how
retail luxury goods market analysis provider Sky I.T. Group has upped its
game to provide more buyer behavior analysis faster -- and with more user
Learn how Sky I.T. changed its data analysis platform infrastructure to
Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) Vertica -- and why that has helped solve its
challenges around data variety, velocity, and volume and make better insights
HP unveiled its expected Palm webOS 2.1-based tablet Wednesday but won't be
able to deliver the very Apple-y 9.7-inch "TouchPad" until summer sometime,
putting HP and its ambitions that much behind the master, which should be
delivering the iPad 2 by April, and behind the throngs that by then should be
hawking Android 3.0 gismos, not to mention the RIM Playbook.
HP wasn't definite about pricing saying merely that it would be competitive
with the iPad, which starts at $499.
The TouchPad can do some cute tricks like syncing content with one of HP's
new webOS smartphones - which als... (more)
Proview, the bankrupt Taiwan-Mainland China display house that apparently -
through slight of hand - rooked Apple out of the rights to the iPad trademark
in China - is supposedly making settlement noises after a Shanghai court
refused to stop iPad sales in the city pending a decision by still another,
higher court in another province that won't hear Apple's case until next
week. Meanwhile Proview reportedly means to appeal.
Apple, which has three stores in Shanghai, is itself appealing a decision
made by a court in a place called Shenzhen that said Apple doesn't own the
The Justice Department sued Apple and five prominent book publishers
Wednesday morning for colluding to fix the price of iPad-borne e-books. The
suit was filed in federal court in Manhattan. Sixteen states have filed
separate civil suits so far looking for money.
Those charged include Macmillan, Penguin, Simon & Schuster, Hachette and
Simon & Schuster, Hachette and HarperCollins immediately agreed to settle and
terminate their arrangements with Apple, clear any joint e-book ventures with
the government and report any communications with other publishers to the DOJ ... (more)
Welcome to Enterprise Mobility Asia News Weekly, an online newsletter that
consists of the most interesting news and articles related to enterprise
mobility in Asia. Asia is predicted to be the fastest area of growth for
enterprise mobility between now and 2016.
E-commerce entrepreneur Minh Bui shares his recent interview and findings
about the future of e-commerce in Indonesia in this article featured in e27.
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Vodafone India is launching a new campaign that will show off mobile apps
that are “fun and interesting”. The goal of the campaign is to shift