Check out the hottest mobile IT stories for Wednesday, Jan. 14, including Facebook at Work's pilot debut today, videoconferencing shift toward software-based systems and personal devices, decline of mobile broadband modem shipments, Internet of Things transformative power and the $9 billion revenue value in mobile entertainment.
Quick takes on mobile IT news for Wednesday, 12/18 including: Google's very own year-end review and general back patting, ReadWriteWeb's interview with Flurry CEO Simon Khalaf declaring mobile to be the ultimate, predictions for cybercriminal activity on social networks in 2014 and the new collaboration between Sprint and Dish concerning LTE offerings.
One company is looking to build a system to help disaster relief workers identify the areas most hard hit using a combination of social media, big data, mapping technology and human filters.
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Social archiving as a service? You bettcha.
Did you know that utilities traffic makes up around 18 percent of the total mobile data usage in North America?
Facebook makes Graph Search available to everyone. Does it matter?
LinkedIn is flying high and one of the big reasons is a firm focus on content.
Facebook introduced a new search tool called Graph Search on Tuesday, but I'm not sure it will have a huge impact on most average users after the novelty wears off.
Twitter has added a new header graphic to the site's profile page.