Apparently The Next Big Thing was Samsung's $12 billion drop in market value due to slow Galaxy S4 sales.
I see a story where the iPhone low-end edition will be out in July. Give me second – I will find others that say August, September, Fall, and never.
I recently tried using the lowest-end smartphone recently. It was hardly the experience that benefits advertisers. Remember 60 percent have smartphones but not all equal.
Where’s the smartphone growth happening? About 18 percent of Americans ages 65 and older now own a smartphone, up from 13 percent in February 2012.
40 percent of YouTube's worldwide views now come from mobile devices.
DVRs and sports don’t mix - 1-2 percent of TV programs are sports in a month but they drive 40 percent of social engagement in a month. It’s the need to be live in a community.
The NFC (near-field communication) payment volume forecast by Gartner was revised downward more than 40 percent. You mean cash really wasn't going to be gone by Tuesday?
A barrage of "flat design" commentary will be coming with the iOS 7 unveiling. Questions I have are will the changes drive Apple sales and loyalty.
A study says irrelevant emails stress us out. What about tweets or mass offers for eyelash enhancements?
A report says that mobile users are willing to share data and watch ads in return for premium content. That’s true – they want a value exchange.
"Positive" tweets lead to more Twitter growth, a study says. Expect smiley faces in my next 1,000 tweets.
There is now a location-aware, mobile version of Wikipedia.
Storytelling has been amped up in retail - explaining technology "with stories instead of specs". To say it another way, it’s about benefits.