There was a lot of wireless news this week. To help you stay on top of the trends, Mobile Future shares our top 10 must-read articles from the past week.
Think mobile payments are still a thing of the future? Think again. Square is already processing more than $1 million in payments per day.
The new iPad 2 is arriving to stores on March 11. It’s faster, thinner, lighter, and is equipped with two cameras instead of one.
Crazy, fan-made Windows Phone 7 commercial showcases capabilities and takes techno love to a new level. – MobileCrunch
Nintendo announced a partnership with Netflix and AT&T to offer its customers movies, a 3D video channel, and thousands of mobile hotspots. – Business Insider SAI
Android takes the lead in the U.S smartphone market share, with iPhone and Blackberry battling close behind.
Predictions of smartphone and tablet apps purchase revenues will reach $38 billion by the year 2015. – NY Times
Random House Publishing to sell their eBooks in Apple’s iBookstore – just in time for the release of the new iPad 2. – AppleInsider
Windows Phone 7 are now offering over 9,000 applications, surpassing Palm’s webOS and quickly approaching RIM. – MobileCrunch
Are we wired for mobile learning? This infographic says so.
New cookie tracking mobile application help users find out where the nearest Girl Scout cookie sales are happening on any given day. – Bluhalo