If face tracking technology will power Amazon’s new 3D smartphone, here’s a question: 3D hasn't caught on with TV. Has it been due to price or lack of interest?
I requested an invite to the Amazon launch event. Playing out the suckup strategy, I put down "to witness history" as reason. We'll see.
Enter to win a chance to see a product intro? Unconventional. Amazon is true to its core.
Google’s search results now warn you when a webpage is not optimized for mobile.
“Spilled coffee on the train. Someone threw a newspaper down to mop it. You can't do that with a tablet.” Tweeter Ben Kunz is right.
A report that Apple "hopes" to introduce wearables (iWatch) in October became "will introduce” across the web and social channels. Where’s the accountability?
Meanwhile, Apple will attempt to increase iPhone sales in stores with new pre-paid & month-to-month plans.
Daily tablet usage in the U.S. is highest among Gen X Hispanics, eMarketer says. That follows earlier trends of use of smartphones and mobile in general.
50% of U.S. online adults expect companies to have a mobile website, Forrester says. 32% expect them to have a mobile app.
For a day at least last week, Seattle eclipsed Bay Area for mobile rumors. Amazon phone. T-Mobile sale.
Here’s a case where stagnation is good: magazine revenue is expected to flatten as newspapers decline, PwC forecasts.
There are 30 million small businesses with active Facebook pages, including 19 million on mobile, the company reports.
To those who believe tablet growth is slowing because people don't want multiple devices, why is Apple the latest to bet on "seamless" experiences?
My nomination for the category that most needs personalization on Twitter - travel. I have yet to see something vaguely relevant to me.