New moms spend more time on smartphones than other adults, an AOL survey says. Researchers found that new moms turned to their phones as a “lifeline” - namely personal assistant to manage schedules, social hub, personal shopper, “informer” to get educated on a slew of new topics, and escape route to get away from the pressures of motherhood.
Wikipedia will start texting info to users in Kenya who don't have Internet access.
I haven't talked to one person who said “Great, BlackBerry BBM is on Android and iPhone”. Timing is everything.
Amazon fired away at Apple's new iPad with an ad that says the Kindle Fire HDX is "Lighter than Air".
With limited supply expected, positioning to get an iPad Air or Mini will be like going after Springsteen tickets.
It’s smart for Apple to call the new thin iPad Air. The Air laptop is beloved and considered by many – including me - as best out there.
I was asked if there is a reason for a business with 40 percent of its traffic coming from mobile to not have a mobile optimized site. None.
SMBs should look further than Foursquare ads for marketing - think permission-based databases.
By 2017, 83 percent of retailers expect to have in-store wireless and 56 percent envision having guest Wi-Fi, a new report claims.
Devices with voice recognition will top 1 billion units in 2013. I recently met someone in that space. Advancements are coming, including voice authentication like “fingerprinting”.
The U.S. healthcare industry reportedly will spend $539 million on mobile marketing by 2015.
Four years ago, less than 4 percent of emails were read on mobile. It’s now near 50 percent.
New York City, the country's largest metro area, has the lowest adoption rate of smartphones -- 48 percent. That’s a surprisingly low number.