Apple seeks to trademark "iWatch". It’s about time. Actually, it’s about way more than time.
BlackBerry, which posted a loss this quarter, will no longer release the number of worldwide users. There is no scenario where this is positive. More is said by what is unsaid.
Whew – I didn't make Technology's Biggest Troublemakers list. It’s still our secret, I guess.
Driving interaction for advertisers via mobile is critical element in recent Gannett and Tribune mega television deals.
A report says that 4G phones account for 30 percent of North American mobile traffic. That number seems very low.
18–29-year-olds use their phones totally different from older people, according to a survey. You think?
61 percent globally say faster download of content would increase satisfaction with the mobile Web. Are the others happy or oblivious?
94 percent of companies are not getting mobile SEO right: report. If you thought we were past the education phase, think again.
There is a clear under-utilization of mobile in a study of how companies worldwide are delivering personalized messages to consumers in real time.
The mobile user base is 1.17 billion in China, with many feature phone users. Facebook, for one, ties growth to this segment.
Are multiple products "gadget spam" as written in a CNN Money piece centering on Samsung’s glut of relatively similar-sized products. Or are they catering to the personalization that defines #mobile products? One size doesn't fit all.
Wisdom from Forrester’s Julie Ask: don't focus on mobile - focus on how mobile enhances the customer experience.
One study reports Vines are posted to Twitter at a rate of 9 videos per second.
A malicious Android app holds devices hostage, demands $100. Consumers are slow to secure mobile phones and tablets. That mirrors PC inaction.
A Huawei executive says people only buy Samsung phones because of the marketing. Even a marketer knows that's dumb.