Man of Steel by Jeferson Barbosa
Keeping the tradition to post some of the best news coming from Mobile World Congress, Samsung and Visa announced a partnership to bring mobile payment software on all new NFC-enabled phones made by the manufacturer. Something tells me a certain announcement coming soon should include this item. On the surface, it’s great. Good for Visa […]Read more "Blog Post: Should We Take #NFC Payments Seriously?"
I must admit that headline is a little misleading. There can be huge value in a (semi) silent method of being notified during appropriate times. I’m more referring to the desire by some to increase haptics feedback on mobile devices. If you think like I do, you must be asking yourself who in the world would want […]Read more "Blog Post: Do You Like Your Phone Vibrating?"
Since discovering the amazing new video chatting service Twelephone and it’s zany creator Chris Matthieu, I have been following the WebRTC (Web Real Time Commnication) community. It is a growing group of developers pushing the webkit to the limits allowing for lightweight, scalable communication through your web browser. One of the previous constraints of the […]Read more "Blog Post: The Continued Evolution of #WebRTC"
How refreshing to read this post by Buffer, my favorite social media tool, on measuring the happiness of their customers. It includes metrics on not only the response times to customer requests, but the reaction to those emails from customer service representatives. As I have said many times, metrics are available around every corner with […]Read more "Blog Post: How Do You Measure Customer Satisfaction?"
I love my iPhone as much as the next Apple fan, but there is a lot of time to wait in between new product launches. Of course, that allows a ton of time for prognostication and waffling back and forth for members of the web media. Which brings me to this article by CNN in […]Read more "Blog Post: The Future of #Mobile"
I am so encouraged when I read posts like what Paul Smalera offered on Medium yesterday (Smalera is an editor at Reuters). Not only does Paul see value in adding technological advancements to his profession, he wants to be a thought leader in how to create a revolution in the way content is pushed to […]Read more "Blog Post: There Are Some Thinkers Out There"
There are some amazing pieces of software hitting the iOS app store every day. Some allow you to manage your work effectively, others integrate social media easier, while others help the seconds tick by faster. There is an altogether new category of apps, however, users are getting to know. Apps that make you wait just to try […]Read more "Blog Post: Hurry Up and Wait In Line!"
My wife is so loving. She didn’t quite understand the nerdiness she married nearly seven years ago. Dinner conversations about the societal metaphors of The Dark Knight were not something she signed up for, yet she has endured. Thank you Karyn, I really appreciate it. When I dove head-first into mobile technology, she was barraged […]Read more "Blog Post: Will My Wife Use It?"
The incumbents will always do anything their power to stave off the challengers. Whether you are the senator from the great state of wherever, or the team lead, as an entrenched veteran in your area of expertise you must fight to keep your edge. My mind wandered to that axiom when reading the comments of […]Read more "Blog Post: How Do You Measure Up?"