7-Eleven and Best Buy stopped Near-Field communications (NFC) initiatives, delivering a blow to those who have hyped the heck out of the concept for years.
The White House is testing Samsung and LG phones. BlackBerry may be thrown out of Washington like an under-producing congressman.
Twitter is experimenting showing how many people saw your tweets. My guess is we overestimate how much of our content is seen in such a noisy digital world.
Apple may improve your iPhone's battery life by understanding your habits. Personalization rocks in mobile.
PayPal is working with mobile location tracking firm Placed to connect mobile ads to in-store visits.
I’m betting that you’ve seen many recently recount their first Tweet. I feel like it’s akin to sharing my lunch from today. Neither my mom nor wife cares. And neither do you.
Now you can tip in Starbucks mobile app through an iOS update.
Tribune's Newsbeat app lets robots read you the news in the car. As opposed to the human robots who read the news from your local station.
People in the U.S. are now spending almost an hour more per day on mobile devices than watching traditional TV, according to a Millward Brown survey.
Nielsen says most people have heard of wearables, and that one in six use one. That seems very high to me although it surprised me that Pebble sold 400,000 smartwatches in 2013.
Facebook will grow its share of worldwide mobile internet ad dollars to more than one in five this year--behind only Google, eMarketer says.
Amazon will soon begin shipping a video-streaming device.
Apple's iPhone 5c, described by many as a failure, outsold Blackberry and Windows Phone last quarter.
The mobile health market will top $49 billion by 2020, SAP forecasts.