I saw a story titled Apps That Know What You Want, Before You Do. Duh - I have a wife for that.
Mobile ads with four words or less supposedly receive 28 per cent more clicks. Of course, they need to be relevant words.
BlackBerry was asking for a retweet if you have had one of its devices for at least two years. Careful what you ask for. That can’t be pretty. BlackBerry’s share of U.S. smartphone sales is now 1.1 percent. Too little, too late.
I had a range of Apple experiences within 24 hours. I need a “Genius” to spend nearly half hour syncing my calendars (and, without me know until later, screwing up my MacBook Pro mailbox). I set up a new MacBook Air in 10 minutes.
Power chargers that will hack an iPhone? Security is not on most mobile users' minds, much like PCs early on.
Great tweet from CNET’s Maggie Reardon – “Not sure why people get bent out of shape about "plastic" smartphones when these are the same people who put plastic covers on them. #MotoX
Samsung is readying a new flip phone. Will the masses go wild for it? No, this isn't 2004.
Nielsen says Facebook attracts more 18-to-24-year-olds than the four major TV networks during primetime.
With Google speeding up Starbucks Wifi speed 10X, how about tackling in-flight next? Please. Pretty please.
Samsung’s Galaxy S4 reportedly burns down home. Beware - these type stories are almost always hoaxes.
I asked Siri to remind me to print a boarding pass. The reminder came back as jacket. This is acceptable all this time later?
Google has one fourth the mobile users of Facebook, but is said to have 4 times the mobile ad share.
Another calendar app is hardly news, except there is one coming from a 14-year-old who received funding.