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    Kristin Leighton on July 31, 2013

    We have written in the past about the crazy amount of fragmentation that exists among Android devices and operating systems, and the problem only seems to be growing. New data released this week from OpenSignal, which makes an app that measures network performance, shows that the sheer number of unique Android devices accessing the OpenSignal app has grown by nearly 8,000 in the past year alone. Read More →

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    Albert Lai on June 3, 2013

    In the 90s, when our search debate was relegated to Yahoo! vs. Alta Vista, a friend of mine returned home with a new pair of running shoes. As a Canadian triathlete, running shoes weren't "sneakers;" they were equipment that might help - or hinder - his ability to shave seconds off the tick-tock-tick-tock of the clock, a clock which would determine his eligibility for the national team. But those new shoes were a disappointment. Read More →

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    Albert Lai on April 23, 2013

    In my previous post on this topic, I discussed how iOS has emerged as the de facto standard for mobile. While fragmentation remains in the HTML5 context of iOS, the platform has evolved to a state that every publisher must have a presence. Given the support of HTML5, the maturation of the native application ecosystem, and forward-looking capabilities such as AirPlay, iOS should remain the focal point of a publisher's mobile strategy. Read More →

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    Brenna Fitzgerald on March 6, 2013

    I'm constantly trying to stay apprised of the latest news, perspective and data that might influence the online video world--even tangentially. With the potent, simultaneous convergence of rapid growth in the mobile, online video and online advertising realms, there's so much to ponder. In the last week, several reports regarding mobile behavior have been issued that have strong implications for our entire customer ecosystem and I wanted to share what I've learned in one easy-to-access place. Read More →

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    Chris Little on December 13, 2012

    Wow, it has truly been an exciting year in the mobile space! We have assembled the top news for App Cloud and the mobile industry as a whole for a quick recap. Read More →

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    Jeremy Allaire on November 15, 2012

    We are continuing to witness one of the most hyped, hyperbole-infused, and intensely watched industry battles, or “Religious Wars”, over what mobile platforms will triumph. Ensconced in these wars are a myriad of battles across a very broad landscape of industry titans and emerging disruptors, from Steve Jobs lashing out at Flash, to Zuck’s recent public flogging of HTML5, to the collapse of Nokia and RIM, to the high-stakes patent wars among CE and tech companies. This is surely an epic time in our industry. Read More →

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    Jeff Whatcott on November 15, 2012

    In the last few years, mobile apps have quickly grown from a novelty to a key requirement for organizations of all kinds as a way to deliver content and build customer engagement and long-term relationships. As a result, the processes and requirements for the developers building these apps have also evolved and organizations today need to be aware of several key differences when evaluating potential tools and solutions for mobile app development. Read More →

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    Kristin Leighton on October 3, 2012

    We are very excited to announce today that Discovery Networks International (DNI) will be the first customer to adopt the Brightcove App Cloud mobile app platform to develop and manage dual-screen catch-up TV services. Read More →

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    Chris Nicholson on August 27, 2012

    When you hear about the middle class and distribution of wealth these days, you’d be hard pressed not to assume it was part of a political stump speech. However, in the case of a recent ReadWriteWeb article, it’s in regard to the developers who create the majority of the 600,000 and counting mobile apps available through the Apple App Store and Google Play. Read More →

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    Jeff Whatcott on February 27, 2012

    Apps are everywhere. Sparked by the introduction of Apple’s App Store as well as the emergence of Facebook as a distribution platform for apps and content, consumers and businesses alike have embraced the app experience. As a result, organizations across all industries need to engage with their audience through mobile apps, but developing apps for these devices has become increasingly complex and costly. Read More →