Chicago-based writer Jason Ankeny is the executive editor of Fiercemobile content, a daily electronic newsletter dedicated to mobile media, applications and marketing.
Total Immersion's Augmented Reality software solutions gives heavy metal band Mastodon an edge with fans.
This new app enables restaurant and bar patrons to cash out their bill via smartphone, simplifying the process for customers and servers alike.
Napkin Labs gives businesses access to crowdsourcing and some big ideas from their most devoted fans. Consider this case study with a Boulder, Colo., startup.
Looking into mobile payment applications for your business? Consider this comparison of the leading systems.
Slimmer wallets and lighter keychains: Mobile marketing startup Stampt is helping make customer loyalty cards as simple as pulling out your phone.
Starting a Business
With their site stuck in neutral, two entrepreneurs changed gears and paved a new road to success.
The payroll giant is offering a mobile app that lets employees of its U.S. clients check and manage their HR, payroll and benefits information from their smart phones.
Consider these five tips to create an app in a matter of minutes using a turnkey platform.
MindShift brings the cloud-computing concept down to earth, so that small firms like Salo can see big IT improvements.
Why startups like Sacre Bleu believe quick response codes to extend its branding and deliver information at the point of sale. Are QR codes the next big thing in mobile marketing?
How one determined developer is helping restore the creative spirit of Nashville's downtown scene.
Mike Wolfe, creator and star of the TV show American Pickers, is leveraging a popular passion for the past to build the multimedia empire of the future.
Starting a Business
The ability to discern treasure from trash is only one aspect of succeeding in the antiques and nostalgia market.
How a commercial shoot for the History Channel's hit show brought several blocks of downtown Nashville to a halt one hot summer afternoon.
Local business marketing goes mobile via MerchantCircle. How it works for one computer-repair shop that makes house calls.