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Can iPhone 5 save the U.S. economy?

Eco­nom­ics experts are pre­dict­ing the release of the iPhone 5 could have pro­found effects on the US econ­o­my.  J.P. Morgan’s chief U.S econ­o­mist Michael Fer­oli has esti­mat­ed that sales of Apple’s lat­est offer­ing could add some­thing in the region of a quar­ter to half a per­cent­age point fourth quar­ter eco­nom­ic growth.   A strong phone or a weak econ­o­my? The fig­ures have been crunched metic­u­lous­ly by JPM’s equi­ty ana­lysts.  Dur­ing the final quar­ter of 2012, Apple is like­ly to sell 8 mil­lion iPhone 5s.  At approx­i­mate­ly $600 per unit ($400 if $200 of import­ed com­po­nents are exclud­ed), sales are set to add around one quar­ter to one half of a per­cent­age point to the U.S economy’s stut­ter­ing growth rate.  In hard cash, that trans­lates into $3.2 bil­lion for the last three months or $12.8 bil­lion for a full year. The news is like­ly to bring cheer to mobile adver­tis­ing agen­cies through­out the coun­try and beyond – it’s not often that a sin­gle gad­get promis­es to cat­alyze the mobile phone adver­tis­ing busi­ness in a sin­gle bound.  Even so, while such a boon to the econ­o­my is to be wel­comed, oth­er voic­es are sound­ing a note of cau­tion about the fore­cast says about…

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Open Graph Apps Exploding – Are the Jobs Here?

  Open Graph Apps Explod­ing – Are the Jobs Here? The Genie is out of the lamp, with Open Graph soft­ware devel­op­ment jobs con­tin­u­ing their expan­sion and 1,675,685 sites using this tech­nol­o­gy. It is like­ly that a mul­ti­tude of devel­op­ers are at this very minute mobi­liz­ing to add Open Graph to their per­son­al toolk­its. Scores of ads for Java and Face­book devel­op­ers, Web devel­op­ers and Front end Engi­neers are being post­ed. Many of these require Open Graph expe­ri­ence. So it’s def­i­nite­ly advis­able to get start­ed with Open Graph pro­to­col by imple­ment­ing it on a web­site. Face­book has pro­vid­ed doc­u­men­ta­tion, which is avail­able to every­one. The Open Graph pro­to­col can trans­form any web page into an inde­pen­dent rich object in a social graph. It enables any web page to have iden­ti­cal func­tion­al­i­ty to that of oth­er Face­book objects. The great­est users of Open Graph are news, shop­ping and busi­ness sites.Many pop­u­lar appli­ca­tions have imple­ment­ed Open Graph. A small sam­ple includes Foodspot­ting, Spo­ti­fy, eBay, Graph­tree, Zyn­ga, Goodreads and Tick­et­mas­ter. One appli­ca­tion with a wide scope is Graph­tree, devel­oped by a Finnish com­pa­ny. It incor­po­rates iOS and Android oper­at­ing sys­tems with prod­ucts like Foursquare, Wikipedia, Yelp and oth­er tools to pro­vide geo­graph­ic ser­vices…

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Walmart Mobile App Check out by Phone

To com­bat long waits at Wal­mart check out lines, the com­pa­ny is test­ing a new smart­phone mobile app check­out sys­tem at some of its stores.  Cus­tomers would scan their items with their phone and then bring every­thing to a self check­out counter for pay­ment. Wal­mart has already announced that it plans to add self check­out lines to its stores but, if the lat­est mobile app ini­tia­tive is imple­ment­ed,  it could lead to even faster check outs.  Read more on this sto­ry.

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Samsung announces shift from Android to Windows 8 for new generation tablet

Sam­sung is jump­ing ship, shift­ing from Google’s Android OS in favor of Microsoft’s Win­dows OS. The changeover was on dis­play at the Euro­pean elec­tron­ics trade show in Berlin this week, when the South Kore­an mobile leviathan unveiled two new Win­­dows-pow­ered gad­gets. Show­cas­ing a gleam­ing new 10.1‑inch tablet run­ning on Win­dows RT and a 5.8‑inch Win­dows 8‑based smart­phone, the com­pa­ny announced that the devices will be on sale lat­er this year, although no prices or dates were released.  But mobile adver­tis­ing agen­cies are gear­ing up for a busy sea­son in lieu of the announce­ment. Why the shift from Android?  Just men­tion­ing those two names in the same sen­tence hints at the answer.  As the Wall Street Jour­nal reports, last week’s U.S. fed­er­al court ver­dict was bruis­ing for Sam­sung not sim­ply because it land­ed a wal­lop­ing $1.05 bil­lion for dam­ages on the firm, but because it wiped an eye-water­ing $12 bil­lion off the share val­ue, as investors got twitchy over the pos­si­bil­i­ty of anoth­er law­suit cen­ter­ing on its flag­ship smart­phone. Sam­sung seems to believe that the rul­ing has spot­light­ed Android users in gen­er­al.  Google stock prices have also dropped because of the asso­ci­a­tion with Android, although expert ana­lyst Wayne Rash has dis­missed…

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Big implications for smartphone market in Apple verdict

Apple’s recent vic­to­ry over Sam­sung in its patent dis­pute has increased pres­sure on the man­u­fac­tur­ers of smart­phones all over the world to design hand­sets which can stand up to the iPhone and offer con­sumers choice in a mar­ket worth approx­i­mate­ly $219.1 bil­lion. A jury decid­ed Apple would get $1.05 mil­lion in dam­ages after find­ing Sam­sung had infringed 6 patents on mobile devices, a crush­ing defeat for Apple’s largest com­peti­tor in the smart­phone mar­ket. After the ver­dict The ver­dict will strength­en Apple’s posi­tion as it tries to dis­cour­age its com­peti­tors from man­u­fac­tur­ing devices sim­i­lar to the iPhone.  An ana­lyst at Yan­kee Group, Carl Howe, says that while the ver­dict is a blow for Sam­sung and their soft­ware part­ner Google Inc. and their efforts to chal­lenge Apple, he believes that the out­come will be a greater range of devices and a lot more options for con­sumers as com­peti­tors try to avoid expen­sive legal tus­sles.  “This is a big win for Apple,” Howe notes.  “It’s good for inno­va­tion. It says that if you cre­ate some­thing new, oth­ers can’t just pig­gy­back on it.  From a com­pe­ti­tion point of view, it says cre­ate your own stuff.  Copy­ing is not okay.” Appeal­ing future Howe’s opin­ion is…

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