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NEW YORK, Jan. 3, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Reportlinker.com announces that a new market research report is available in its catalogue:

Wireless/Mobile Devices and Applications: Solutions and Market Opportunities

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Overview:

Wireless/Mobile Devices and Applications: Solutions and Market Opportunities is the most comprehensive research package available in the market focusing on wireless/mobile devices and applications.

It includes many reports addressing wireless/mobile device developments covering everything from smart phones to tablet computing.

It also includes analysis of many different applications and value-added services as well as evaluation of emerging business models, ecosystems, and the mobile application value chain.

This package represents complete market knowledge for service providers, suppliers, network operators, manufacturers, and more.

Target Audience:

Cellular handset manufacturers

WiMAX and WiFi service providers

Wireless/Mobile application developers

Wireless/Mobile infrastructure providers

Personal computing device manufacturers

Services infrastructure and outsourcing providers

Table of Contents:

Market Opportunity: Social + LTE + Commerce

Wi-Fi Direct: Market View of Product Categories, Products, and Vendors

Strategic Alliances in the Machine-to-Machine (M2M) Ecosystem

HTML5 Solutions and Applications

Market Opportunity: Wi-Fi Direct

Hybrid Mobile-Cloud Computing: Driving the Future of Enterprise Mobility

Machine to Machine (M2M) Applications in the Cloud

Market Opportunity: Super WiFi

Google vs. Competitors: Commerce Market - Wallet Systems

Mobile Payments: The Market for Travelers, Unbanked, and No/Low Credit Users

Why BYOT is More Important than BYOD

SoLoMo Gaming in 3G, LTE, Cloud, and HTML5 Ecosystem: Market Analysis & Forecast 2012 - 2017

Smart Grid and Smart Phones Putting Energy Management in the Hands of Consumers and Enterprise

Mobile Gaming Piracy: Market Analysis, Initiatives and Solutions to Defeat Game Piracy in 3G, LTE and the Cloud Ecosystem

Smartphones: Android Platform

The Future of App Stores

The ROI of Video in an LTE World

Mobile Marketing in India: Opportunity Analysis and Forecast 2012-2017

Wearable Computing Devices Market: Global Market Analysis and Forecast 2012 - 2017

M2M Solutions: Global Market Analysis and Forecasts 2012 - 2017

Machine-to-Machine (M2M) Market, Industry Verticals, Business Strategy and Planning

Google in Mobile and Online Video Advertising: YouTube, Android, and More

SoMoClo: The Convergence of Social, Mobile, and Cloud Solutions and Applications

Next Generation Wireless Devices: Market for Embedded Computing + M2M Solutions + Wearable Devices + Augmented Reality

Mobile Security and Privacy in 3G & LTE: Strategies, Solutions and Market Forecast Analysis 2012-2017

Google vs. Carriers: SWOT Analysis and Future of Telecom and Commerce

Subscriber Data Management (SDM) with LTE and Beyond: Market Opportunities and Forecast 2012 - 2017

The Future of Mobile Payments: Continuation of Commerce during Global Economic Crisis

Mobile Gaming Asia: Market and Forecast Analysis, 2nd Edition

Mobile Commerce in Virtual and Augmented Reality

Telecom Network APIs 2012 - 2016

The Evolution of Google: Communications, Content, Commerce and Applications 2012 - 2017

Mobile Bar Code Marketing: Challenges, Opportunities, Global Outlook 2012-2017

Mobile Commerce Carrier Strategies

Computing, Content, Applications, and Commerce in the Cloud: Legacy Network Operator Threats and Opportunities

Mobile Commerce Technologies

4G Cloud Services for Mobile Governance

Market Opportunity: Presence in IMS

Personal Electronics Power-cycle: Smart-phones and Tablet Devices Drive Growth (with forecasts through 2016)

Mobile VAS Markets, Applications, and Opportunities - 2nd Edition

Google in Mobile Commerce

Mobile Commerce in the Cloud: The Impact of Cloud-based Operations on Mobile Business Models and Operations

Mobile Commerce Vendor Analysis 2012

WiMAX Service Providers by Operator 2012

WiMAX Service Providers by Country 2012

WLAN Market 2012: Wireless Local Area Network Market Study & Business Overview

Mobile Location Commerce 2012 - 2017

IP Multimedia Subsystem (IMS) : The Market for Applications & Services 2012-2017

Sony PlayStation Vita: Mobile Console vs. Cellphone-based Gaming Market 2012-2017

Mobile Applications and Widgets: Portable Applications on Mobile Platforms, Fifth Edition

The LTE Device Marketplace: Ecosystem, Roadmap, Key Trends, Shipments/Market Share, and Global Forecast by Vendor 2012 - 2016

Network Operator Monetization Strategies: Leveraging New Sources of Revenue

Mobile Commerce Market and Forecast 2012 - 2017

Google's Mobile Advertising Strategy

Smartphones: New User Paradigms and Behaviors

Google vs. Incumbent Service Providers

Next Generation Mobile Commerce: Beyond Cell Phones

Global Cellular Handset Update: Market, Technology, Vendor, and Application Analysis

Mobile Applications Stores 2012: Asia - Market Analysis and Business Assessment

Mobile Applications Stores 2012: Europe - Market Analysis and Business Assessment

Mobile Applications Stores 2012: North America - Market Analysis and Business Assessment

Next Generation Messaging over IMS

Mobile Commerce and Handsets: Identifying Opportunities and Market Potential

Mobile Gaming Asia: Market and Forecast Analysis

Global LTE Industry Landscape: Adoption, Applications, Deployments and Subscriptions by Region, Country, Spectrum and Operator 2011 - 2015

Mobile Banking: State of the Market and Future Opportunities

Mobile Payments: USA Market Analysis

Mobile Marketing & Advertising 2013: Challenges and Opportunities

Future of Mobile Payment Systems: Rise of the Mobile Wallet 2012-2017

Mobile Social Commerce: Social Media + Mobile Commerce Creates Market Opportunities

Google + Social Commerce: Evaluating Opportunities and Business Issues

Market Opportunity: Call Continuity in Voice over LTE (VoLTE)

Market Opportunity: mVoIP + Social + Presence

Market Opportunity: Free VoIP over Wireless vs. VoLTE

Where is the Money in Near Field Communications?

IP Multimedia Subsystem (IMS) Applications: Moving Beyond Voice over LTE (VoLTE)

Market Opportunity: Location-based Services (LBS) Mediation and Federation

Mobile Local Search Market 2011-2014

Mobile Devices and OS Comparative Analysis

Unified Communications (UC) over IP Multimedia Subsystem (IMS): Solutions and Market/Business Analysis

The Evolution of Android: It's Ecosystem and Impact in the Mobile Application Marketplace

The 2011 Ultimate Guide to Location Based Services and Applications

5G: The NanoCore

Location as a Service (LaaS)

iPad & Social Media: A Paradigm Shift for Business

Mobile Proximity and Location Based Advertising within Reach

Future of SMS Aggregators: Business Model, Ecosystem and Value Chain

iPad in Healthcare: Challenges & Opportunities

iPad in Healthcare: Quantitative Assessment and Qualitative Analysis

Google in LBS: Location-based Advertising Patent

The Apple iPad: New Standard for Mobile Computing & Wireless Expectations?

Short Message Service (SMS): Ecosystem and Value Chain

Mobile Wallet: Location-based Commerce and Peer-to-Peer Payments

Application Stores: Game Plan for Network Operators

Mobile Application Marketplace

Android Smartphone Marketplace

Mobile Applications: Impacts on Network Operations and Business Opportunities

Mobilizing Facebook: Analysis and Reference Guide for Mobile Social Networking

The Definitive Guide to Location-based Services

Touch Screen Smartphone Comparative Analysis with Market Predictions and Business Opportunities

Proximity Marketing with Bluetooth

Push to Talk over Cellular (PoC): Business Opportunities

Next Generation Messaging: Evolution to IMS and SIP

Google Android and the Wireless Ecosystem

Mobile Messaging Business and Technology

Mobile TV: Technology and Solutions for Implementation and Operation

Mobile Gambling: Obstacles, Issues and Opportunities

Definitive Guide to Mobile Positioning and Location Management

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