Are location-based mobile apps just a flash in the pan?
dblacharski 3 years ago
It's well established that mobile apps are the "next big thing". In 2009, Gartner predicted that location-based apps would be big. But GPS location stamps found in smartphones are now receiving bad press (see for example: http://english.donga.com/srv/service.php3?bicode=020000. How will the negative press affect mobile apps, or more specifically, location-based mobile apps, in the future?
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