The War of the Maps (Worlds? Ha!) between Apple and Google is that the struggle is not about immediate revenue, it is about ownership of geo-behavioral data and overall strategic positioning
Nokia is spotlighting a new industry standard for wireless charging pads that ensures that various devices, such as smartphones, tablets, and other devices, can get juiced up at the same time.
Much hyped but slow to be adopted, augmented reality may finally be getting its start turn as manufacturers like Nokia make it a built-in feature, instead of bolt-on option.
Interesting developments in world of handsets as Nokia starts testing a platform which brings social media and location-based information to the heart of the mobile.
With so much happening in the world of mobile travel, it is easy for agents to be unclear about what they should do to get a piece of the action.
Google’s market dominance in search advertising isn’t being replicated in mobile advertising as Apple and Google are expected to battle to a draw in mobile advertising marketshare by the end of 2010.
User review giant TripAdvisor is talking up its mobile services in a big way after putting user generated destination lists and tours into its smartphone application this week.
User review giant TripAdvisor has continued its move to become available on-the-move as well as desktops by launching the service on Nokia handsets.
Expedia is to power a new hotel search system on all Nokia GPS handsets in the US and UK using the mobile manufacturer’s Ovi maps system.