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Device Gps

  1. Adobe Adds Cloud-Based Mobile Services

    Geo-Location Targeting: Marketers can target mobile app users based on their GPS location and proximity to a point-of-interest such as a retail store, sporting event, or concert venue to offer more personalized user experiences and deliver more...

  2. Mobile Ad Revenue Outlook: Local Search Leads the Way

    There's lots of nuance, but examples can include display ads within defined geofences, or search queries refined by GPS or geo-modifier. This will come about as brand advertisers increasingly evolve their campaigns to the realities of mobile usage...

  3. 4 Pillars of Consumer and Advertiser Behavior in Retail Mobile Advertising

    Having access to an actual keyboard makes it much easier to type longer keywords, in addition to not having GPS functionality to localize the search. Consumers Respond Differently Based on Their Device Choice

  4. Will Local Make up 70% of Mobile Ad Spending?

    GPS). This includes native device capabilities like the accelerometer, touch screen, camera, voice, and – most of all – location awareness (i.e. Last week, BIA/Kelsey released its latest forecast, projecting advertising to grow from $790...

  5. Google Rolls Out Maps Navigation, Mobile Voice Search, Improved Gmail Chat, Caffeine

    The company's web powered GPS navigation system based on Google Maps has now been rolled out locally ( the language of the place) in Austria, Belgium, Canada, Denmark, France, Germany, Italy, the Netherlands, Portugal, Spain, and Switzerland.

  6. 2010 Search Predictions: The Experts Weigh In

    Ron Shuttleworth at Seeking Alpha, Vertical search will finally take off in 2010: local search enabled by GPS on mobile devices will capture the imagination of consumers during 2010. As a company, we are heavily investing across all devices and...