I write for VentureBeat, Forbes, Business Insider, and other publications such as TechCrunch and Marketing Tech Blog. I also have a full-time consulting role with TUNE, the mobile marketing platform. I forecast and analyze trends affecting the mobile ecosystem. I've been a full-time journalist, a...
AI agents like Alexa, Siri, and M will create the first trillion-dollar company
The company is leading in cloud, crushing in retail, owning established electronics and computing competition in home automation and digital assistants, and reinventing how we buy and get products -- especially with its recent acquisition of Whole Foods. How does Amazon keep winning? One reason is that the company has no fewer than 763 million mobile users across its entire mobile ecosystem.
Was super-happy to spend some time with Peggy Anne Salz just yesterday … and it’s live today. Host Peggy Anne Salz fromÂ MobileGrooveÂ welcomesÂ John KoetsierÂ –Â journalist, analyst and futurist – to discussÂ his recent researchÂ into the relationship between mobile apps, which allow immediate connection between companies and customers, and the level of success Fortune 1000 companies have achieved on the financial markets. He reveals compelling reasons why â€œwinning in mobile means winningâ€?
Pretty sure this is my first quote in the NY Times …Amazon’s Jeff Bezos did more than acquire a company last week. He also asked for input on what to do, philanthropically, to help people in need now. I replied, and the result hit the NY Times:Get the full story at the NY Times … Related
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Selecting a term
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