Top 10 Mobile Trends of 2010
(Richard MacManus, ReadWriteWeb) Just as businesses in the PC-based Web spent years in the 90's wondering if a desktop app or web browser based service was the best choice, in 2010 the same question applies to mobile phone applications.
1. Native App and/or Browser Based?
Organizations are asking themselves: should we build a native mobile phone app, or should we build a cross-platform browser-based mobile service? If they choose the former, which platform(s) do they focus on first? The choices include iPhone, Android, RIM, Palm, Windows Mobile and Symbian.
Location-based mobile apps have been a big trend in 2010, but there are significant privacy implications for these apps.
3. Emerging Wireless Standards
Think your smart phone is cool now? Wait till it gets RFID chips, then it'll truly be 'smart.'
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