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  1. For a growing economy like India, upgrading networks to 5G technology will benefit both the telecom operators and consumers. Speaking to indianexpress.com, Ericsson Global Chief Technology Officer Erik Ekudden said that investments made in the next-generation 5G networks can lower the cost involved significantly for the telecom operators. Swedish telecom equipment maker Ericsson expects 5G to be rolled out in India in 2020.
    http://indianexpress.com/article/technology/tech-news-technology/5g-is-the-modern-infrastructure-ericsson-erik-ekudden-5072712/
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  2. Mobile first design is not a new concept.

    It has been around for more than a decade and it’s used to refer to the strategy of designing and developing digital experiences for mobile devices at the very start of a project; rather than the traditional approach of first designing for desktop and consequently for mobile.

    However, the term is possibly more relevant in the business world today than ever before.
    https://www.marketingtechnews.net/news/2018/feb/15/prioritising-mobile-first-design/
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  3. “Does Anyone’s Spotify Look Like This?” wrote a plaintive poster on Spotify’s Android support forums a couple of weeks ago, with screenshots showing what appears to be a stripped-down, spacier user interface for the streaming service’s mobile app.
    http://musically.com/2018/02/15/spotify-on-demand-playlists-free/
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  4. The evidence for using digital technologies to improve outcomes in mental health care is growing at a rapid rate. Already, studies have highlighted how technology can be used to effectively provide well-established treatments, such as cognitive behavioral therapy.
    http://www.psychiatrictimes.com/telepsychiatry/user-experience-key-step-realizing-role-mental-health-apps/
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  5. In its early days, Android was a slow and buggy mobile platform. Even the most powerful smartphones that were released each year would experience stuttering and stammering while performing the simplest of tasks, like scrolling or opening apps. And if your Android flagship phone was actually doing some heavy lifting like playing a resource-intensive game, it was a total mess.
    http://bgr.com/2018/02/07/best-android-features-hidden-menu-increase-speed/
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  6. In global information and communication industry one of the significant trend is shifting of internet services from computers to mobile devices. As the penetration of smart phone is increasing exponentially, most of the companies around the world is focusing to deliver their services with enhanced user experience over the mobile platforms. User experience (also UX) is all about how convenient a person feels while interacting with a system, this system could be a utilization of hardware, web application or a software.
    http://www.satprnews.com/2018/01/30/advanced-mobile-ux-design-services-market-expected-to-behold-a-high-cagr-in-terms-of-value-through-2015-2025/
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  7. As we all know, the Android user is far more in numbers as compared to Apple users. However, variations in his Smartphone flagship, which is provided in the adequate budget all around the world. The iPhone users are barely in fewer numbers with a much higher price range to offer UI experience

    Coming up to the user experience, the latest upcoming updates in android focuses on building a rich cum simplified navigation over android. People find iOS a bit complicated when it comes to user interface.
    https://www.theindianwire.com/tech/android-vs-ios-44817/
    Tags: , , , , , by tjeerdtraats (2018-01-30)
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  8. Collecting and analysing in-app feedback can be very straightforward – provided that you have the right tools and methodology in place to do so. In a previous article, we outlined several reasons why collecting in-app feedback is important for the mobile user experience. The next step is to demonstrate how this feedback can be collected. There are three options to choose from when it comes to collecting feedback in-app – all of which offer their own advantages and drawbacks. These methods include: Webviews, SDKs and APIs.
    https://mopinion.com/collect-in-app-feedback-webview-sdk-api/
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  9. Google has made mobile page speed a priority for the past couple of years. It introduced Accelerated Mobile Pages in October 2015 as part of a broad initiative to speed up web browsing on mobile devices. The following year, the company emphasized websites that used AMP more prominently in its search results and on Google News, per TechCrunch.
    https://www.mobilemarketer.com/news/google-will-rank-faster-mobile-pages-higher/515012/
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  10. Mobile messaging service Hike just launched Total, a new service that lets Android users in India make payments to businesses and transfer money, read news, book train tickets, and chat with their contacts on the platform – all without mobile data.
    https://thenextweb.com/apps/2018/01/17/hikes-new-app-for-basic-android-phones-enables-payments-messaging-and-news-without-data/
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