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Best of Mobile, tel était l’intitulé de l’événement organisé, le jeudi 5 avril 2012, par Valtech, une société spécialisée —entre autres— dans le développement d’applications mobiles. Le sujet m’intéressant en raison du basculement irrésistible de la consommation d’information vers les appareils de mobilité —smartphones, tablettes et autres liseuses, je me suis donc rendu à cette invitation. L’occasion de regarder plus précisément cet univers foisonnant qu’est celui des applications, qu’elles soient « natives » « Web », et la manière dont les médias peuvent se les approprier. Sur un mobile ou une tablette, il est possible de toucher l’utilisateur de trois manières distinctes : Mobiles : Le choix des apps Mobiles : Le choix des apps
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I’m not even going to pretend to be objective in this post — I am absolutely in love with the new BostonGlobe.com. The site, which launched today, is a whole new online brand for The Boston Globe, whose content formerly only existed on the all-encompassing Boston.com. But it’s not just the design that I’m in love with. The Boston Globe Launches A Beautiful, Brand New Paywall Website - 10,000 Words The Boston Globe Launches A Beautiful, Brand New Paywall Website - 10,000 Words
12 September '11, 06:13pm Follow Flipboard CEO Mike McCue is on stage at Techcrunch Disrupt conference right now and he is saying some interesting things about the future of the web and the iPad. “The web will feel a lot different in 5 years. It will feel a lot like print and be monetized differently than it is currently.” Update. Flipboard CEO: The future of the web will look more like print - TNW Insider Flipboard CEO: The future of the web will look more like print - TNW Insider
Mobile Internet user to eclipse wireline users by 2015 — Broadband News and Analysis Mobile Internet user to eclipse wireline users by 2015 — Broadband News and Analysis It’s going to be a mobile Internet world and we’ll just live in it. That’s the conclusion of IDC, which is forecasting that mobile Internet users will grow by an annual compound rate of 16.6 percent through 2015, when they will pass PC and other wireline Internet users. That’s not entirely surprising if you’ve been following along. Mary Meeker, the former Morgan Stanley Internet analyst and now Kleiner Perkins VC, forecast last year that the cross-over point would come around 2014.