[img_assist|nid=23832|title=|desc=|link=popup|align=left|width=113|height=150]Issue 13 of our quarterly print edition is now available to read online. Subscribers will receive their copies in the post in the next few days, and if you’re attending Mobile World Congress next week, you can pick up a copy in one of the Networking Lounges. Meanwhile, the iPad version will be available once we get clearance from the Big Apple.
But if you can’t wait to get the real thing in your hands, you can access the edition online here. In it, you’ll find a veritable treasure trove of mobile marketing goodness, including a 6-page special on the pros and cons of responsive design, and a round-up of the highlights from last month’s Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, where mobile, it’s fair to say, dominated proceedings.
We also take a look at the companies trying to reinvent mobile advertising, using everything from captcha forms to mobile surveys to do so. You want more? How about a look at how tablets are revolutionising the publishing industry, and at how the classroom is increasingly going mobile.
We also look at how Emirates is using Windows 8 tablets to improve the in-flight experience for passengers and crew, while in their regular missives, our columnists Russell Buckley and Helen Keegan look at how to get funding for your start-up, and what to expect at this year’s MWC, respectively.
Top all this off with a look at mobile search, a preview of this year’s Mobile Retail Summit, and interviews with mBlox, Trademob, Infobip, Textlocal, Isobar and Smaato, and we think you’ll agree, it’s a veritable feast of mobile marketing.
To read it now, click here.