Apple announced its move into the peer-to-peer payments space at its annual World Wide Developer Conference held in San Jose, California on June 5th.
Six sister U.K. weeklies removed editorial content from their websites to drive traffic to their social media pages. Was this the right move?
Cadillac Book subscribers can rent luxury vehicles, while YouTube TV customers get live cable content.
Spending on cloud services will increase through 2020, but most of the focus will be on infrastructure, not software.
The publishing industry is in trauma. The widespread availability of online free news has decimated its traditional revenue sources. Publishers need to transform to digital to give themselves a fighting chance to succeed.
The App Store saw great sales in 2016, indicating a bright future for the subscription app market.
Fleet management companies will need flexible billing models as they move toward subscription and automation services.
In today’s environment, a subscription billing model solves the issue of stable funding and ad blockers.
Artists themselves have caught on to the fact that streaming music isn’t going away, and it seems the entire industry has, too.
Vindicia recently had the good fortune to join forces with Amdocs, the market leader in customer experience software solutions and services for the world’s largest communications, entertainment and media service providers.