An Amazon "local" offer to me was for Universal Studios in Los Angeles - approximately 1,000 miles away. And I thought I was poor in geography.
It’s almost time to rev up my predictions of more mobile marketing tied to Super Bowl TV ads. Then I remember the anticipointment the last 5 years.
The inadvertent deleting of emails is one of my biggest user issues with the iPhone. It happens at least weekly. Just me?
I never understand how reputable tech sites can run stories on something that "might be" an image of the next iPhone. Of course, it’s for clicks.
My favorite Tweet from CES – “I want a smartwatch that will send me an alert every time a new smartwatch is announced.”
Headline: Now Is The Time To Analyze #Mobile #Marketing Efforts. Just shoot me now.
Samsung Design's Dennis Miloseski says users unlock mobile phones 100 times a day.
NBC won’t live stream Winter Olympics Opening Ceremony. We're back to 1990s-type coverage. Sad.
In five years, about 5 percent of carriers’ data revenue will come from connected-car services, up from less than 1 percent today, per analyst Chetan Sharma.
Remember when many predicted the death of mobile apps? Apple reported a record-setting $10 billion in 2013 sales.
How many who ridiculed Michael Bay's performance at CES had a similar speaking session implosion? Give the guy a break.
Recognition -- voice, facial, gesture, other -- was the advancement I was most interested in coming from CES. Are we any better off now?
According to Pew, 18-29 year olds use LinkedIn just 2 percent points more than those 65 plus.
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