As a catch-all term, "mobile" can mean anything from a me-too app to an elaborate augmented reality platform. While venture capitalists have been cautious since the 2008 crash, you wouldn't know that if you simply focused on the mobile sector. Mobile is well into a gold-rush phase, and these 10 startups hope to cash in before the vein runs dry.
Mobile is well into a gold-rush phase, and these 10 startups hope to cash in before the vein runs dry.
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