The latest Ericsson Mobility Report reveals 'the continuing dramatic spread' of mobile technology and makes a startling prediction.
A highly pathogenic avian influenza strain H5N8 in a duck-breeding farm in Yorkshire (UK) has been confirmed on November 16th 2014. The last influenza confirmation in Great Britain was in 2008. What can we learn from the past in preventing the spread and fighting the bird flu? And what can mobile do about it?
CM introduces the Voice Retry Service for SMS Messages. Customers can now indicate they would like their non-delivered SMS Messages to be resent through Voice.
“It’s not the mobile technology that counts; it’s the impact you realise, regardless of the technology or channel.” Success in mobile marketing and advertising is about achieving your objectives and KPI’s, says CEO and founder Mick Rigby of Yodel Mobile.
The Ebola spread is one of the most devastating diseases West Africa has known so far, more than 15,000 people are infected and 5000+ have died, organisations are now setting up mobile donation services to help fight the spread.
Mobile research has grown to be a key engagement tool in surveys and interviews for research purposes. Although it is still considered quite new, it has actually been available to researchers for over a decade.
The BBC has recently launched an information service on Ebola using Whatsapp. Whatsapp is the biggest chat app in use in West Africa.
The global donation and fundraising platform JustGiving introduces a new British nonprofit called SnapDonate.
Health information is a basic human need. That’s a guarantee for growth and in some cases a lifesaver as well.