A new app uses Kinect technology to prevent you from running into things while texting. An alternative is to put the device down.
The No. 1 pet peeve about smartphones is people checking it too much, according to a poll. I found this by checking my smartphone.
If gadgets could measure emotions as is being discussed, would an insurance company raise fees if you show signs of being depressed or sick?
I saw a headline that said TV Networks Play to “Second Screen”. Do you know anyone who leaves mobile in the other room? Me, neither.
Either real-time bidding will change everything or it's most hyped ever? To me, it’s somewhere in between, but closer to hype.
Will we see a revitalization of camera sales if they get 1m000 times better in low light or will smartphones satisfy? For most, it’s the latter.
I heard a true recent story of a 96 year old who was getting hearing aids for first time. She said, "This is not as easy as my iPad.”
One percent cut cord on at-home Internet for LTE, Wifi out and about. That’s more than cut cable, but hardly a stampede.
49 percent of tablet shoppers are dissatisfied with the buying experience – report. Non-optimization leads to anticipointment.
"We're all in on mobile. We were created for mobile" Words from Twitter CEO Dick Costolo. And some still have social and mobile in silos?
Today I again violated that rule of not looking at email in the first hour of the day. I’m thinking I should start with the first minute.
The mobile ad spend in the U.S. was $4B in 2012 compared to $37B for web advertising, according to Mary Meeker. That’s consistent with forecasts
Headline of day - PayPal Founder Launches Startup To Get More Women Pregnant.