While they are widely considered entertainment, smartphone games are broadly downloaded and used for a health benefit. Half of U.S. smartphone gamers cite stress relief as the No. 1 reason for participating, according to Smashing Ideas.
Only 3 percent of Americans owned a tablet less than 4 years ago; today 42 percent own one.
Amazon has patented a system in which it can ship you a package before you’ve even clicked “Buy.”
Major security holes have reportedly been found in 90 percent of top mobile banking apps.
Men are more likely to have refrained from downloading a mobile app due to privacy concerns than women—41 percent vs. 37 percent.
51 percent of emails were opened on a mobile device in December.
85 percent of mobile users expect sites to load as fast or faster than sites on desktop. You must optimize for mobile.
For the first time, Apple is expected to start repairing iPhone screens in stores this week.
Verizon Wireless customers pay more for wireless service each month on average than any other customers in the country, according to a new report.
“Designing for multiple devices does not end at responsive. Consideration for native and platform-specific design is always needed.” Wise words from my friend Nick Finck, Senior Manager of User Experience at Amazon,
Facebook saves everything we write in the status box, even if we don't post it, a Slate story says.
Mobile ads in the retail and electronics categories see the highest click-through rates, according to eMarketer. That makes sense. Automotive ads are up there, too.
Nearly a month into my Fitbit Force experience, I’ve moved from underwhelmed to mildly amused. There is little that I didn’t know, except for fact that we burn calories when we sleep. And when we toss and turn.
A headline says mobile is an "up and comer". Shoot me now.