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The PlayStation Vita is shaking up both the gaming world and the mobile landscape. As a mobile gaming device that sports an app store that includes out-of-the-box support for Twitter, Netflix, and Flickr. In many ways, the Vita is a crossover between mobile phone, tablet, and gaming platform. Read more from Mashable here.
Wireless Spectrum has become a hot commodity with the increase of wireless communication across the country. Cell phones, tablets, radio, television, wireless internet, and even television remote controls all require wireless spectrum. Unfortunately, there is a very limited range of spectrum available. For a more in-depth look at this issue, as well as an analysis of what the FCC is doing about it, read the Mashable article here.
Social Commerce has taken a huge hit recently - many national brands have tried to build a social commerce presence (read: shopping carts on Facebook) but have failed miserably. Many organizations have taken these failures to mean that social commerce is doomed for failure, but the truth is that they’ve just been doing it all wrong. In fact, they could learn some things from smaller mom-and-pop type of shops. Read Mashable’s tips for success here.
Like it or not, Brands on Pinterest is an unavoidable topic for today’s social media marketers. With the report that Pinterest drives more traffic to retail websites that several of the other major social outlets combined, many brands began to explore the channel as a potential game-changer for their organization. Mashable examines the top 10 brands on Pinterest here.
It should be no shock to you that internet-ready televisions are quickly becoming the standard.
It should also be no shock to you that social media has, for the last 5+ years, redefined what an online experience is.
Is it too late to critique the SuperBowl ads? I hope not, because this analysis is pretty much brilliant.
As the trend of television becoming social continues to build, it begs the question:
What is the future of social television? How will this grow and evolve over the next few years?
Look out for a blog post about this in the next few days.