mobile trends

Carlo Lognino from MobHappy says:

A post over at the MEX blog lays it out pretty clearly: Mobile users don’t search, they locate.
Marek Pawlowski makes the point that mobile users are “mission-driven”,
meaning they’re after something in particular when they surf, rather
than just generally browsing. So the perfect mobile search isn’t
necessarily search, it’s something that delivers people the right
information when they ask for it…

Heard about narrowcasting TV? This is about using your mobile phone to your TV! I find it amazing .. i am very sure my mother who just doesn’t like using a mobile phone will use this to see photos. We can even extend this to read Text i.e Newspaper folks a new delivery module? See movies and more …. I think in a country like India where where TV and mobiles are almost equally prevalent – TVs being slightly more as of now, this would definitely make more sense.


Published by: vinu

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