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Laurie Lamberth’s first-ever newsletter is now available! Titled “2014 Mobile and Ad:Tech Forecast,” the article addresses four big trends Laurie sees for 2014 including: The Internet of Things is Finally Here, Fragmented Value Chain? That’s an Understatement!, All Networks Eventually Become Advertising Channels – or – How I Started Out in Mobile and Wound Up in Mad Men, and Multi-Screen is Where it’s At and Mobile is a Huge Part of the Mix. To read the full newsletter, and/or subscribe to receive further issues, read on!
Watch Adam Medros, TripAdvisor’s VP of Global Product, discuss how they are creating compelling mobile assistance for travelers with GigaOm Pro Analyst Laurie Lamberth in a video from GigaOm’s September 2012 Mobilize Conference. Adam summarizes discusses TripAdvisor’s learnings from their early mobile apps, along with how they are working to leverage the sensors on mobile phones to provide rich, location-specific information to travelers worldwide.
The location-based shopping market is set to explode from $1 to $6+ billion in the U.S. by 2016, a compound annual growth rate of over 90%. GigaOm Pro analyst Laurie Lamberth, in a research note titled “How to Win the Location-Based Shopping War” digs into the trends, technologies and companies that are positioned to help the location shopping market achieve this predicted meteoric growth. Lamberth’s note is part of GigaOm Pro’s research anthology “Mobile Sector Analysis 2012,” released on September 19, 2012. The report is available free with a 7-day trial subscription: http://bit.ly/mobseg12GOPro.
Opportunity. Everywhere. That’s what Mobilize 2011 is about: the conjunction of mobile computing and cloud-based services will unleash an entire new wave of product and market growth. At Mobilize 2011, you’ll see how Cloud Computing and Mobile Web creates the beginning of a hockey-stick growth opportunity for connected devices and the Colud-based solutions they talk to. Be there or be disconnected!
The U.S. mobile industry has an upbeat feel this fall: LTE is finally here with MetroPCS’s scoop-the-big-guys Vegas launch, sexy new devices such as Samsung’s Android-inside Galaxy Tab(let) are generating excitement, and location intelligence is enabling huge crop of context-aware consumer and enterprise apps and services.
What’s Hot? Location, location, location: context-aware mobile ad and marketing platforms. Android everywhere. Apps for your car, TV and appliances. Mobile payments and mGiving. Social-social-social-social-social. The Cloud brings large-scale computing resources to miniaturized mobile devices. And more…
GigaOm Pro has again tapped Laurie Lamberth to share her analysis and insights on the wireless industry, this time in a Research Note about the fresh set of location-based (LBS) consumer shopping apps that hit the scene in August, 2010. While these announcements — including shopping apps Shopkick, ShopAlerts, AisleBuyer and Facebook’s scene-stealing Places service — all landed in the headlines within two weeks, they represent the crest of a location services wave that’s been building from some time. Why is LBS so hot, all of a sudden?
Join Laurie at Mobilize 2010 – Cloud, Meet Cloud. Mobilize is GigaOm’s premier conference on the mobile web, and this year will highlight the “Internet of Things” — including Laurie’s research paper “The Internet of Things: Anywhere, Anytime, Anything,” which GigaOm published on July 26, 2010.
GigaOM, one of the leading voices in technology research, today published Laurie Lamberth’s research report
GigaOm Pro put it this way: “Connected devices are popping up everywhere, and designers will