Apps pay for themselves through location data

The Seattle-based company Placed specialises in location-based analysis and has just launched "Placed Affiliate" to enable developers to make money from their apps even without advertising. Users of participating apps ar ...read more

Music Recognition Service Indentifies Fashion

The music identification service Shazam has been updated to include a feature called "Shazam for TV", which enables users not just to read cast biographies and trivia about TV shows, but also to access information about ...read more

Car insurance based on driving style

  The “StreetOwl” mobile app, developed by the American company of the same name, enables drivers to match their car insurance to the way they drive and save themselves some money. First of all, the app ...read more

Renate Nyborg, Edelman – MLOVE ConFestival 2013

As a teen, Renate Nyborg moved from her native Netherlands to England and felt somewhat lost, as her sense of humor based upon Dutch word play didn’t translate to English. Even at a young age, she was keenly aware of t ...read more

Satellites, Sensors and Soul: Future of Mobility

• Securepress ID wins MLOVE startup competition • MLOVE ConFestival USA gathered leading insiders of lifestyle of mobility • Video of the talks now made available at mlove.com Monterey, CA, 05/02/2012 – MLOVE Co ...read more

MLOVE Pulse Week 18

posted on 3.05.2013 by
MLOVE Pulse Week 18

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Mobile Arts Friday 2

posted on 3.05.2013 by
Mobile Arts Friday 2

Every Friday MLOVE sends you into the weekend with a new piece of inspiring mobile art. The apps culture has changed the lifes of many artists and those hidden in studios and other jobs. We at MLOVE want to bringt mobile ...read more

MLOVE ConFestival USA 2013 Amish Patel, Microsoft

Amish Patel from Microsoft at MLOVE ConFestival USA 2013. In his role as Experience Design Manager at Microsoft, Amish Patel’s job is to tell stories. “The current shift in technology brings with it new forms of exp ...read more

How Problematic is it to Share via Mobile Privately in a Public World?!

Whether we like it or not, the world around us has become obsessed with sharing every moment with everyone. Entire lives are documented to the minute and shared on every platform possible: Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, e ...read more

Mobile Arts Friday

posted on 26.04.2013 by
Mobile Arts Friday

Starting this week we will present you every friday with a new piece of mobile art. The app culture has changed the lifes of many artists and those hidden in studios or other jobs. Being on a journey no longer means that ...read more