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How Live Nation Used Facebook’s Atlas to Promote Madonna’s Tour

Concert promoter Live Nation used Facebook’s Atlas advertising platform to tie a 66 percent boost in purchases during Madonna’s 2015 \"Rebel Heart\" concert tour to mobile. The campaign for Madonna’s tour marked Live Nation’s first global,...Show More Summary

Taliban Fighters In Kunduz, Afghanistan, Spotted Using SCARs and HMMWVs

The Taliban have been on the move recently, capturing an Afghanistan National Army District Headquarters in a recent battle. Footage of the battle show a High Mobility Multipurpose Wheeled Vehicles (HMMWVs, or Humvees) and FN SCAR-Heavy rifle in use by the fighters, captured from earlier ANA forces during an earlier engagement. Show More Summary

Mobile Nations Community Update, June 2015

With June coming to a close, it's time again for the Mobile Nations Community Update! Keep reading as I take you on a quick tour around our network for all the latest from Android Central, Connectedly, CrackBerry, iMore, and Windows Central.

The Best Tablets

These are the best tablets that you can buy right now. We spend a lot of time across Mobile Nations looking at what’s hot, and this handy reference should help you quickly assess the latest and greatest.

SMS Helps Draw Blood in Europe

Surprisingly, blood donation rates are on the decline in developed nations around the world. It is for this reason that the Stockholm blood service in Sweden decided to turn to modern mobile communication to let donors know the impact they are making with their donation. After someone donates blood, they probably never give it a […]

CoreLogic pulls the plug on mobile-unfriendly platforms

Your multiple listing service system may soon be as mobile as you are. The nation's largest MLS vendor, CoreLogic, is retiring three of its five MLS systems, replacing them with its more mobile-friendly Matrix platform...

Mobile in Mind: Thoughts on the Present and Future of Mobile Marketing

Across all industries and segments, global and national brands are spending more time on researching, studying, and implementing mobile marketing strategies. From mobile advertising and mobile wallets to mobile sales mechanisms and reward-based...Show More Summary

German Prosecutor's Office Confirms Case Closed on NSA Espionage on Merkel

The investigation into claims the US National Security Agency (NSA) was eavesdropping on German Chancellor Angela Merkel's mobile phone has been closed, an official in the German federal prosecutor's office confirmed Friday.

Tired of UK signal 'not-spots'? There's a national roaming SIM for that

Many are growing tired of UK signal not-spots dotted across country. If you happen to be struggling with major mobile operators, the new Anywhere SIM may well be the answer you need.

Germany Prosecutors Close Inquiry Into NSA Phone-Tapping of Merkel

The German federal prosecutor's office announced Friday that an investigation into claims the US National Security Agency (NSA) eavesdropped on German Chancellor Angela Merkel’s mobile phone has been closed.

Govt to Digitize National Health Schemes; Proposal Mooted For Creating Apps & Interactive Websites

A vision of Digital India is incomplete if our citizens are not able to lead a healthy life. Leveraging the power of Internet and Mobile, Government of India has proposed a massive digitalization drive in the health sector, which will result in access of information and knowledge about various health schemes on finger tips. Show More Summary

Ukraine 'Mobilizes' Right Sector Neo-Nazis Amid Renewed Fighting; NATO Points Finger, Russia Responds

Following yesterday's "large-scale" rebel offensive, as Ukraine's military reported it, and hot on the heels of Poroshenko's threat of imminent martial law (including the right to detain or force relocate foreign nationals at will) and...Show More Summary

It’s Hard to Get Good Help These Days: The Problem with U.S. Allies

3 weeks agoNews : Newsweek: US

Allies have long been central to U.S. national security strategy—and particularly so in the Obama administration. “[W]e must,” President Obama declared in May 2014, “mobilize allies and partners to take collective action.... [W]e have...Show More Summary

Its Official, BSNL To Roll Out Free National Roaming from June 15; Full MNP From July!

State run BSNL’s telecom services, which nearly 10 crore people use all over the country, will now have free nation-wide roaming. Hence, a BSNL user’s geographic location doesn’t matter anymore; where ever they use their mobile in the country, there will be no roaming charges. Show More Summary

Canadian National launches new app for real-time information about railcar contents

Canadian National Railway Company (CN) has introduced a new mobile app called AskRail, which is designed to offer real-time information to emergency responders about a train’s railcar contents.

NTSB: Shell’s Poor Planning Caused 2012 Grounding of Kulluk Rig

  The National Transportation Safety Board has determined that inadequate planning by Shell ultimately led to the grounding of the the company’s Kulluk drilling rig in Alaska in 2012. The Shell owned ice-class mobile offshore drilling...Show More Summary

Smartphone and tablet could be used for cheap, portable medical biosensing

last monthTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmag

As mobile technology progresses, we're seeing more and more examples of low-cost diagnostic systems being created for use in developing nations and remote locations. One of the latest incorporates little more than a smartphone, tablet, polarizer...Show More Summary

Mobile Nations Community Update, May 2015

It's the end of the month, and that can only mean one thing: It's time for the Mobile Nations Community Update! As always, we're about to take a look at the happenings around our network, including Android Central, Connectedly, CrackBerry, iMore, and Windows Central.

NSA has tested swipe recognition technology to identify phone users

The National Security Agency has tested the use of smartphone-swipe recognition technology, according to the tool's manufacturer. The mobile device feature, created by Lockheed Martin, verifies a user's identity based on the swiftness and shape of the individual's finger strokes on a touch screen. Show More Summary

Google talks making search, web, and mobile faster and lighter in developing nations

Google has opened up a bit about their efforts to make the web and search better in developing nations Google highlighted their efforts to make the web, search, and mobile faster and easier to access around the world. As the companyShow More Summary

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