Headline – “Using smartphones too much may make you anxious, fat and a poor student.” So may Twinkies.
The text message turned 21 this week. With 160 characters, there is nothing sexy about text message marketing. Except that it works. In that regard, it likely leads in sex appeal.
Approximately, 100 million U.S. Internet users will log on to social networks via smartphones this year, according to eMarketer. Almost 80 million will use tablets to do the same, up 52 percent from 2012.
In five days, the video of the final play of the Iron Bowl was watched 2,245,386 times on Auburn's YouTube page.
Amazon, the king of personalization, delivered to me an offer for laser toenail fungus removal treatment. Flying trapeze lessons weren't available?
The tweets off of last week’s Amazon "news" drone on. Five years of this?
Text, coupons have replaced flash deals as a mobile holiday focus with just 5 percent of retailers using daily deals, eMarketer says.
Gogo tops my list of technology that needed major improvement in 2013 but failed miserably. Meanwhile, the company’s Twitter description says it’s “everyone’s favorite part of flying”. Someone has lost his or her mind.
Quote I read – “"Shopping is in the process of being forever changed by mobile." You think?
Smartphone sales have surged 61 percent in Southeast Asia. Android dominates with a 72 percent share, but that will change with Apple’s deal with China Mobile.
There are an estimated six billion mobile telephone devices used in the world today, and, for the first time, a small majority are smartphones.
In Japan, you can buy underwear for your smartphone. Some things should never come to America. This is surely one of them.