Snow covers much of the country, but we already have a World Series participant assured – mobile. For the first time since MLB.TV debuted in 2002, subscribers will have access to live stream every Series game.
More than a third of U.S. Android users with WhatsApp installed use it every day, eMarketer reports. But Facebook doesn't expect WhatsApp to make money for years.
The vast majority of Internet users go online from home on a typical day—90 percent say that, up from 76 percent in 2000, according to Pew.
Qualcomm says that your next cellphone may have a faster Internet connection than your home computer.
Mobile-influenced offline sales account for 20 percent of Walmart revenue, the retailer says.
Headline: Netflix’s deal with Comcast won’t destroy the Internet. My reaction - Whew.
Teens are using YouTube more frequently than Facebook.
Nearly half of community banks will offer mobile payments to customers by 2015.
ADP says that mobile users access pay info at a 60 percent higher rate than desktop users.
Reading email now outranks phone calls as the most popular smartphone activity.
Nine countries now have more mobile money accounts than bank accounts, the Gates Foundation reports.
Media organizations like ESPN report that more than 50 percent of their traffic comes from mobile on peak days: Forrester.
57 percent of CMOs say designing experiences for mobile apps are key for customer loyalty, an IBM study says.
Tweet I saw: Dear tweeps, check out my new website: http://timdriesen.com (best viewed full screen tho a mobile version available too). Ummm, you don’t dictate how people interact.
On displays at the Mobile World Congress: A $50 Android smartphone that doubles as a TV.
The average mobile phone contains more bacteria than a toilet seat. Lovely.
Another tweet made more sense to me: If your mobile app keeps nagging me for a rating, I will give it one. A one star rating.