Facebook’s refusal to stop innovating could be its biggest asset; one that will hopefully help it avoid the fate of MySpace.
The goal of ISIS is to provide wireless services to more than 200 million consumers. If the roll-out, which is taking place over the next year, gains traction, it could stand to pad the pockets of several companies.
So long as Pandora and Apple cling to models that provide a sub-par user experience, I’m betting all my chips on Spotify. Now, let’s just cross our fingers that an IPO is in the works.
The stakes are enormous for NFC companies as they start chipping away at the 2 percent+ cut credit card companies have been siphoning off purchases for decades.
The global app market size forecast for 2011 paints a pretty picture. Expect a compound annual growth rate of 29.6 percent.
Get hard number son smartphone market share and penetration in the U.S. in 2010 in our State of the Mobile Union Address.
Here’s a run-down of seven Chinese tech stocks you might want to consider investing in from China’s version of Google to its burgeoning Netflix and monster online gaming and news companies.
For all the buzz we hear about social gaming companies like Zynga Game Network Inc., which has an estimated market cap of $5 billion on private exchanges, there are thousands of other small-time operations that are making a killing building mobile apps.
If Windows Phone 7 pays off, it could do wonders for investors’ perceptions of Microsoft, especially if the company can create a thriving app marketplace similar to the iPhone’s AppStore (NASDAQ:AAPL). That could add a whole new revenue stream to the giant’s bank account, and that would make investor’s swoon.
Here are five reasons we expect Microsoft (NASDAQ:MSFT) to enjoy a big move upward, despite the shaky investment environment.