Microsoft announces a new series of CRM mobile apps

Microsoft mobile secrurity Outlook app

Microsoft has announced that it will be releasing a number of new mobile apps designed for its CRM software, taking aim at clients such as Windows Phone 7, Android 2.2 and higher, iOS, and BlackBerry. It has scheduled this release for 2012’s second quarter, as an element of the regular customer relationship management (CRM) service update from Microsoft, which will also expand on the browser support that already exists through Internet Explorer, Firefox, Chrome, and Safari, and will function on Windows PCs, as well as Macs and iPads. According to…

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Apple iOS loses more market share to Android

Apple vs Android mobile marketing

According to Strategy Analytics, while Apple continues to hold 58 percent of the market, Android, the operating system by Google, has moved in significantly on territory formerly held by iOS, and now has a global share of 39 percent. An important part of this movement has been credited to tablets, as Google tablets took an additional 10 percent of the market between the last quarters of 2010 and 2011, while Apple’s hold on that market fell by a smaller amount. Some of Google’s ability to take a larger chunk out…

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Domino’s Pizza makes over £130k in sales in a single day with m-commerce

Mobile payments App for US Dominos

One of the most popular pizza chains in the world, Domino’s Pizza, has shown, yet again, how an effective online presence and a well developed mobile app can pay off, as it has just announced its largest day ever for online sales, having taken in more than £1 million worth of food and beverage orders, among which 13 percent were made from smartphones or tablets. Therefore, on October 8th alone, Domino’s Pizza made £130,000 worth of orders exclusively through its apps for iPhones, iPads and Android devices. These stats represent…

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Londinium: Bringing Roman London to life through the use of augmented reality

London Museum

Two millennia have passed since the glory days of the expansive Roman Empire, yet the civilization has lost none of its intrigue. For centuries, archeologists have been discovering ancient artifacts from the height of the Empire in places that were least expected. In recent years, the discovery that the Romans has spread as far as Britain shook previous theories about the reach of the Empire to their core. Indeed, London was once a territory of the Empire, and now the Museum of London is looking to breathe new life into…

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