A LBMA-hosted event focusing on indoor positioning and the new customer journey.
Location was the basis for mobility. The first reason we created mobile phones was so we could be located anywhere and actively communicate. Then we wanted GPS on our phones so we could see where we were and how to get somewhere else (Magellan just released SmartGPS). Now we want special information and capabilities based on where we are. Location is driving mobility.
Google just came out and said their newest product, Google Glass, won’t be publicly available until 2014. There hasn’t been much public outrage about this yet, possibly because potential Google Glass customers are just accepting it and moving on with their day.
It’s been said before, but the way Google has marketed Glass has been very Apple-esque: teaser, select crowds of lucky customers, […]