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The Ambient Intelligence Market is Primed for Huge Growth

Ambient Intelligence

Location-based mobile software applications are evolving, opening up a whole new realm of possibilities for smartphones and other devices. Ambient intelligence, also known as deep learning, is a relatively new term in the technology lexicon.

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How Mobile Messaging Apps have Disrupted the SMS Market

SMS is losing market share to over-the-top (OTT) mobile messaging services. The volume of OTT mobile messages worldwide will rise from 10 trillion in 2013 to a massive 67 trillion in 2018. Meanwhile, global SMS text message volume was expected to fall from 9 trillion to 6.7 trillion.

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Mobile App Downloads will Exceed 235 Billion in 2015

Mobile App

The market for smartphone and tablet software applications has evolved dramatically over the past 6 years. A storefront-oriented ecosystem which was effectively created in mid-2008 by the Apple App Store rapidly branched out across other operating systems.

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How Mobile Search is Driving Traffic from Smartphones

Mobile increased its share of paid search clicks by 6 percentage points in North America — from one-third to nearly 40 percent. The gain was due to smartphones, which accounted for more than one-fifth of clicks in Q4 2014, up from 16% during the same period the year prior.

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More B2B Marketers Plan to Spend Big on Mobile in 2015

B2B Content

Among B2B marketing executives worldwide that responded to a survey, just one-third used mobile to distribute their content. However, 65% of B2B content marketers worldwide said they planned to increase spending on mobile applications in 2015.

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Mobile Payments Global Market $250B Upside Opportunity

Mobile Pay Taps Global Growth | Morgan Stanley

Here is the potential of mobile pay in a nutshell: The global count of active credit- and debit-card accounts is 1.3 billion. Mobile payments can expand the global revenue pie from $175 billion to $250 billion, including $45 billion in developed markets and $30 billion in emerging markets.

via Morgan Stanley

Many U.S. Retailers are Slow to Adopt Digital Technologies

Retailer Technologies

North American retailers have plenty of work ahead of them when it comes to integrating new technologies. From multi-channel to payments to mobile, their work is cut out for them — but is almost certain to evolve even further before they put their current plans in place.

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