Sure, using a selfie stick makes you a dork, but one with a smile on your face. I bet tens of millions more could’ve been sold this season on street corners, outside the holiday recital, and anywhere that there is mistletoe or Santa Claus. Admit it, you bought one. Or should have.
Is this the last holiday season before our refrigerators send a message to our mobile or smartwatch that we are low on eggnog?
My belief is that after all these years and all the dollars spent, we have no idea how much data we need in our mobile plans.
Led by Whole Foods shoppers, Apple Pay accounted for 1% of digital payment dollars in November: ITG.
Tweet of the week is from eMarketer’s @noahelkin Anytime headlines mention #beacons in relation to boosting fast-food sales, I always assume they meant #bacon. Did Noah mean #iBacon?
32 million in the U.S. reportedly download more than 17 mobile apps a month. They are dubbed Mobile App Install addicts.
Half of shoppers research on mobile devices while in-store, say Forrester Research and SPS Commerce.
In the time that BlackBerry took to bring the new Classic, I've gotten around using one by changing to shorter emails on my iPhone. It as proven to be good enough. Are you in the same camp?
The problem with companies like Comcast is that they build no brand loyalty. After tons of trouble with them, they overbilled me. And then they got no slack.
From Yahoo: BlackBerry works with Boeing on phone that self-destructs. Me: No mobile entity is more qualified on self-destruction than BlackBerry.
41% of North American smartphone users are highly aware that their phones can be used as payment devices at retail counters, yet only 16% have done this: Accenture.