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Augmented Reality Paves the Way for the Future

In 2018 we will see a growing popularity where location-based augmented reality becomes a more standard feature in mobile games thanks to Google recently sharing its location-based technology. Games like Jurassic World Alive, Ghost Busters World, and The Walking Dead: Our World are some of the big names to be published this year. The question…

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Turning in Coca-Cola for Cannabis

Whether you’re investing in the new technology stocks, real estate stocks, biotechnology stocks, or directly into companies. It’s no secret that anything related to Cannabis investing has great potential. In fact, the Cannabis industry is projected to reach $75 billion in sales by 2030, according to Cowen & Co, a research firm. This is almost…

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I Want It All and I Want It Now

We live in an on-demand economy, where consumers can have anything they want as soon as they want it. As this instant gratification trend becomes, more pervasive customer expectations are rising as well. Businesses in every industry have to meet these high standards. New Technologies like geo-location, mobile, social and always-on connectivity allows customers to…

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Apps Downloaded More Than 60 Percent from 2015

A report by App Annie shows that worldwide user app downloads have increased by more than 60 percent between 2015 and 2017. The most significant growth has been seen in emerging markets, particularly in India. The 2017 Retrospective Report by App Annie is one the largest and trusted analysis’ of the state app economy. This…

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Marijuana Delivery is Becoming a Thing

California is being looked at as an epicenter for delivery and e-commerce, in regards to marijuana sales. The company Eaze has developed software facilitating medical cannabis deliveries through connecting patients to the dispensaries selling the product. San Francisco has a startup of their own that sits among other tech companies and marijuana industry insiders. The…

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Are Apps on the way out? APPsolutely not.

No one needed to tell you that Apps are widely popular today. Most people reading this have several which you use regularly to order food, play games, or get information. However, have you considered using them for your own marketing? Earlier this month App Annie released the App Annie 2017 Retrospective Report. This report compares…

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Today’s App Economy Reaches Trillions in Value

On average, those with smartphones use over 35 mobile apps per month. The top 20% of that number uses more than 45 each month. Over the past decade, smartphone applications have gradually become an integral part of our daily lives. Phones themselves have involved into pocket-sized devices with the processing power greater than some computer…

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Mostly Young Educated Men Are Ordering Off Niche-Delivery Apps

Recently, there has been a significant demographic trend regarding who is most likely to order marijuana delivery. A San Francisco startup in the marijuana delivery industry named Eaze surveyed its customers in order to better understand them as an audience. While a few stereotypes were confirmed, the rest immediately dissolved when the results were reviewed.…

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Mobile Gaming Market Experiences Exponential Growth

Given the vast improvements in mobile technology and overall user experience, many would not be surprised to learn the mobile gaming market plans to make unprecedented growth in 2017. In an article originally produced by Emma McDonald of Newzoo, the specific figures for the mobile games market are presented with positive implications for the industry…

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