Some unwisely say that the new Mayday feature in Amazon’s Kindle Fire HDX signals a weakness in the product. On the contrary, I say that providing such help is a customer service feature that will please and facilitate more and faster purchases. And that’s why Amazon included it.
The Samsung Galaxy Round could be announced this week, first smartphone with flexible display. I have no issue with this – choice is good.
There are now more than 1 million mobile malware and high risk apps, TrendWare says. As I’ve said before, consumers won’t notice until and unless there is a huge outbreak. Then maybe, maybe they will act. We went through this with online viruses and worm attacks.
I saw a TV spot for a Black Friday sale nearly nine weeks before Black Friday. And I can’t remember the advertiser. That’s ineffective.
Just when we thought we knew everything about the iPhone launch came a superb, behind the scenes story in last Sunday’s New York Times. Yes, we long ago realized that Steve Jobs was controlling and a bully. This piece takes the reader to those who were on the receiving end of the fury – and came out of it as pioneers.
One in 5 cell owners do most of their online browsing on their phone, according to Pew.
Headline in CIO Magazines says CIO’s Must Move From 'Mobile First' to “Mobile Only”. Stupid, and that’s coming from a mobile guy.
Mobile hotel bookings will increase 225 percent in 2014, according to Expedia.
89 percent of people delete an email that's not formatted for mobile, says Kissmetrics.
19 percent of marketers expect their companies' mobile spend to rise more than 50 percent in the next two years, IAB says.
65 percent of Twitter's ad revenue comes from mobile.
With changes to the app, finally, you can unfriend Facebook friends on Windows Phone.