Tag Archives: mobiles

Is the app revolution finally running out of gas?

Are we finally becoming fed up with mobiles’ lucrative handmaidens – apps? New research from Adobe says that while smartphone traffic in Europe has doubled between 2014 and 2016 (which is probably why we can’t get a signal) new and ...

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Adobe predicts a bigger, more mobile Christmas

You can see why retailers start their Christmas campaigns early. The latest online shopping prediction from Adobe estimates that prices in the UK fall by ten per cent in November, 15 per cent in December and 25 per cent just ...

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EE puts its Bacon to good use in battle with Oliver

By all accounts Hollywood actor Kevin Bacon has done a great job for EE, the rather more palatable current version of mobile retailer Everything Everywhere, and in this new online ad by Poke he takes on the emperor of self ...

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What BrandZ tells us about Facebook’s flagging IPO

I hate to offer a view that is counter to what many people clearly believe but I have been trying (and failing) to understand the metrics behind the Facebook IPO. So I’ll lead with my chin. The IPO offer price ...

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BBH rejects LG’s new recipe of constant pitches

Clients are always coming up with new ways to aggravate agencies, one of the most recent being so-called ’tissue’ meetings which so annoy the likes of Bartle Bogle Hegarty’s John Hegarty. Now BBH has found itself on the wrong end ...

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Mobiles up, Facebook down says latest internet research from GlobalWebIndex

Research company Trendstream has been researching consumer behaviour across internet devices since 2009 and its latest GlobalWebIndex survey of nearly 100,000 people in 27 markets (Wave 5 of the ongoing research programme) shows that mobile is on the advance while ...

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