A Brazilian teenager set the world record for input on a smartphone. In 18.19 seconds, he typed, “The razor-toothed piranhas of the genera Serrasalmus and Pygocentrus are the most ferocious freshwater fish in the world. In reality they seldom attack a human.” My reaction in 0.6 seconds? OMG.
A new app called The Boyfriend Log intends to be scorecard by which to judge a relationship. The guy gets scores for all things he does or doesn’t do. Boys, think of it as training camp for marriage. Treat it as seriously as football two-a-days.
Adidas plans shoes that look like your Instagram pictures. Finally. The wait has been unbearable.
ESPN has had eight consecutive months with more unique visitors on mobile devices than on computers.
Walking directions in Google Maps now include a "Get an Uber" option.
Google also is providing cyclists with elevation data to Maps bike routes.
Combined mobile and tablet commerce sales are expected to top $293 billion by 2018, Forrester says.
A Motorola executive says that every smartwatch released so far has been “pretty crappy”. My experience with Fitbit pretty much fit that description.
26% of U.S. online adults using tablets and mobile phones say would be less productive without their phones. Isn’t that number really 100%?
Through Square, you can now order food and drinks from your phone and get a notification when it's ready to pick up.
An HP study states that 22% of customers say mobile increases the number of trips they make to brick and mortar stores.
Nearly one out of every three 18-24 year-olds is a mobile-only shopper, comScore reports.
Minnesota signed the nation's first "kill switch" law to thwart smartphone theft.
While several mobile advertising companies are showing slow growth, the medium is growing six times faster than the desktop Internet.