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Jack Kent, Eleni Marouli | March 26, 2015
Facebook launched a new platform for developers to create apps that integrate with the Messenger app at its annual F8 conference. 40 apps are available at launch enabling users to share GIFS, photo, video and audio clips. The new platform also provides an in-app discovery tool that enables app users to find compatible apps within Messenger and allows users to share app install links without leaving their conversations.
Vivek Beriwal, Gerrit Schneemann | March 26, 2015
TomTom launches a new free-to-download navigation app for Android devices called TomTom GO Mobile.

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In recent years, the demand and expectation for connectivity has expanded beyond consumer devices market, with companies and governments worldwide investing in technology to enable similar communication capabilities in their various assets, machines, and equipment. This trend has led to the rapid growth of the cellular machine-to-machine (M2M) market. Given the rising use of M2M in industries ranging from automotive to healthcare to utilities, this market presents a significant opportunity for companies that have a thorough understanding of its current dynamics and future outlook.
Mobile Device Electronics Intelligence quantifies the market for all semiconductor and cellular technologies driven by the mobile device industry spanning devices to infrastructure. It includes detail on the available market by device shipment volume and revenues as well as semiconductor device type (i.e. logic ASSP/ASIC, memory, analog ASSP/ASIC, etc) consumed by each segment of the total wireless industry.
Having disrupted the market for PND's with crowd-sourced data and convenient modern user experiences, smartphones are starting to create new location-based services that go far beyond traditional PND and automotive markets. Increasingly, LBS is creating new types of analytics data, new business models for advertising, mobile games, and mcommerce, as well as for traditional navigation. Portable and LBS Intelligence analyzes these innovations in mobile LBS that will continue to transform the PND and the whole mobile industry.

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With a focus on the economics of mobile content and services, Mobile Media Intelligence, provides must have analysis of the business models that are transforming the digital world, including apps, app stores, messaging, games, music and video. This includes the value-added service strategies of operators and smartphone makers, plus over-the-top start-ups and established media companies. The service offers both global trends and market data for 48 countries.

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Understanding the future of the smartphone and high speed 4G is critical for all operators, OEMs, media companies, and component suppliers engaged in mobile.
With forecasts for over 100 countries, IHS Operator Multiplay Intelligence offers an extremely wide analysis of emerging markets and the fast rising digital audience around the world. The service metrics cover all parts of a multiplay offering: mobile, pay TV, fixed broadband and voice. Operator Multiplay benchmarks the performance of leading operators and their strategies for combining services to boost customer retention and revenues.
As the global handset market increasingly becomes dominated by smartphones, market dynamics are driving divergent requirements across multiple tiers of devices. Smartphone Electronics Design Intelligence captures market drivers on both a global as well as OEM level enabling rapid analysis and implementation of strategic and tactical initiatives.
Provides data, insight, and analysis of the latest trends in the global tablet and eReader market.
The wearable technology market is ramping dramatically and presents opportunity for explosive future growth. The world market for wearable technology reached $8.5 billion in revenues during 2012, with 96 million devices shipped. By 2018, unit shipments are forecast to reach 210 million...
The explosive demand in wireless devices represents significant opportunity for the semiconductor industry. The Wireless Semiconductor Competitive Intelligence Service provides deep insight and analysis on the rapidly shifting core chipset supplier landscape across a range of mobile devices from wireless infrastructure, mobile broadband devices and handsets. Metrics offer extremely detailed semiconductor supplier market shares by end application, wireless function and technologies.

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  • Siyun Zeng, Ian Fogg, Gerrit Schneemann | March 26, 2015
    Mobile World Congress 2015 featured a range of announcements from companies looking to expand or evolve their role in the mobile ecosystem. These included: new mobile payment plans from Samsung, PayPal, and Google; roaming innovations from Know Roaming and Taisys; the latest evolutions in Jolla’s alternative SailFish ecosystem; location innovation from HTC Sense; and Google’s attempts to push its Waze location service.
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  • Sam Lucero, Josh Builta | March 13, 2015
    This presentation highlights the top M2M news and information that you need to know from the 2015 Mobile World Congress show which took place on March 2-5 in Barcelona, Spain. The presentation also provides our key takeaways from the show and discusses what these issues suggest about the future direction
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  • Ludovica Catalano | March 11, 2015
    In this country profile: data, charts, insight on the Argentina fixed voice, fixed broadband, mobile, pay TV and multiplay markets, plus comment on the major recent strategic and regulatory events.
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  • Icon Senior Director, Consumer, Mobile and IT Electronics
    Francis Sideco is a Senior Director with the IHS research and analysis organization and is responsible for leading the IHS analyst teams covering wireless and wired/broadband communications as well as consumer electronics.
  • Icon Senior Director, Mobile & Telecoms
    As senior director and head of the IHS mobile and telecoms team, Ian Fogg directs research, consulting, analysis, and forecasting of the mobile and telecoms market.
  • Icon Associate Director, Operators & Mobile Media
    Jack Kent is an associate director in the IHS mobile team covering all forms of mobile content with a focus on mobile applications, games, music and social networks.