Great – a to-do list app that punishes you for not getting things done. I have a wife for that.
According to recent research, kids born today will spend about 25 percent of their lives looking at screens. Not blackboards. Not printed books. Not the world around them.
A mainstay just a couple of years ago, digital cameras look like dinosaurs in this mobile era.
Rave reviews for Yahoo's revamped mobile weather app. Pretty? Yes. Stop the rain from falling? Nope.
Devices are reportedly getting 20 percent of search budgets as spending rises dramatically. That’s because of the actions mobile users take after the search.
Can Verizon customers end wireless contracts with petition signatures? Not if it doesn't pencil out for the carrier.
Facebook hired the former Apple Maps boss. Did it take this long to find him?
A way out there Facebook Home TV spot makes the claim that the product is so awesome, you won't even listen to Zuck.
As said in the New York Times, "People don't want a fair price. They want a great deal." That’s true everywhere, certainly so on mobile.
A survey said that 71 percent say “nothing” could get them to buy a BlackBerry. That says to me that 29 percent are there to be convinced. Opportunity.
More than 500,000 new magazines were created in two weeks by Flipboard's 53 million users. Personalization wins again.
Phabulous news. Samsung introduced the Mega, a larger phablet. It will be available in Russia in May. You in? I will never buy a product called a phablet.
An indicator of a pickup in the housing market? Zillow says 89 homes are viewed per second on mobile devices.
For all talk of on-the-go mobile searcher, a great majority of activity happens in the home or office, according to research by Google and Nielsen.