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Mobile’s Hottest Trends in Fall Mobile X Report

By December 8, 2016 No Comments

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With the commotion of Black Friday and Cyber Monday behind us (but lengthy credit card bills ahead!), that means it’s time to start gearing up for the holiday season, and that means one thing….office holiday parties. Not sure what to talk about with Debbie from Accounting, or Keith from Sales during the party? Well we’ve got you covered in our latest Mobile X!

Chock-full of interesting and timely facts and statistics, reading our Mobile X, will for sure make you the hit of the party!

Covering such hot topics as autonomous cars, how mobile is impacting professional sports, trends in IoT– and the all important question of is Trump more popular than Obama on social media–this report promises to keep you ahead of the curve on everything mobile.

Here is an overview of the 3 main sections of the report:

A Driverless Future (See Page 8)
It seems as though every major player in the automotive and technology industries has at least a minor investment in the race to reach full autonomy, but yet we still see regulations, ethical quandaries, and other external factors stalling the progression. However, there still continue to be sporadic breakthroughs, which help keep us optimistic and looking for more. In this section we overview the past, present, and future of driverless cars to help you stay in the know. 

Internet of Thing (See Page 14)
In a day and age where seemingly everything is connected, the term “Internet of things” gets thrown around a lot, but does everyone understand what it really means, and what its implications are for business? This section aims to educate you on the topic, as well as arm you with information on trends to look forward to in the future

The Modern Athlete (See Page 18)
With 3 of 4 Major (4 of 5 if we include MLS!) North American sports leagues in full swing right now, it’s the perfect time to take a look at how mobile technology is being used to enhance everything from the fan experience to player performance. 

Like what you see in this post and want to read more? View the full report here!