Let’s start with a head-scratcher: I received a text from AT&T saying that my mobile service will get better with the installation of a new cell site. One that is 438 miles away.
If a brand says we will appsolutely love it's mobile app, I won't download it.
A headline says Eye Tracking Is Changing Mobile Marketing. Me: please.
A technology divide among generations? Not a believer. My 84-year-old mother in law sends me emails from her iPhone. And she texts.
Hands on with the iPad Mini Retina tells me I didn't go wrong buying an Air. It’s equally impressive and comes down to preference IMO.
25 percent of social media users exclusively log on to social networks via mobile devices, according to eMarketer.
From industry analyst Chetan Sharma: 90 percent of mobile devices sold in the U.S. in the third quarter were smartphones.
REI, Toys 'r Us and CVS are among top rated mobile retail sites.
71 percent use their phones in store to compare prices. The holiday season will be fascinating.
Gogo Air has added talking and texting, but U.S. fliers won’t be making voice calls soon. How about they fix the awful core service? In my view, the company has done the impossible - supplanted Comcast as the most frustrating for consumer experience and value.
IPG's Magna Global says that viewers tweet 21 percent more often during TV commercial minutes compared to program minutes.
More users get news on Twitter via mobile devices than they do on Facebook, according to Pew. It’s a 20-point difference.
The number of mobile app developers with 1 million users has grown from 400 to 875 since Q1 2012.
Dumb forecast of the week? 200 million people will use augmented reality in 2018. Like anyone knows.