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Mobile customers are "profoundly dissatisfied" by m-commerce sites that don't allow them to make purchases, according to a new survey.
The report, by Strategy Analytics, found mobile users didn't like being limited to research and pre-purchase evaluation and considered m-commerce sites to be vastly inferior to their fixed internet counterparts.
It was only released last Friday, but hackers have already found a way to get into to iPhone's master password.
Since the much-hyped release of Apple's latest gadget, hackers have been trying to understand how to activate the device with any sim card, instead of having to use AT&T, the exclusive carrier for the iPhone.
The deal, expected to close by the third quarter, follows closely after Nielsen’s launch of a unit focusing on people’s use of mobile content services and the sector’s impact on established media behaviour.
Music Station, a new service offering all-you-can-eat music downloads to mobiles, is reportedly planning to launch in the UK in October.
The Independent says Omnifone, Music Station’s owner, is in talks with Carphone Warehouse over a deal to preload the service onto new handsets.
Coca-Cola has moved further into the realm of mobile marketing with the launch of a social networking site for young cellphone users.
Dubbed Sprite Yard, the site will allow members to create profiles, upload pictures and meet friends, and will initially target China and the US.
Price comparison website Pricerunner has struck a deal with Vodafone to offer a mobile version of its website for the mobile operator's customers.
The idea that 'content is king' in the mobile space is a “myth”, and many of the industry’s big guns are wrong about the needs of younger subscribers.
That’s the view of the man behind Blyk, the startup that plans to offer free mobile services to users that opt-in to receive ads on their phones...