A man died after being gored by a bull in Spain while taking a selfie. The Mirror reported that Spaniard David González Lopez, 32, had his back to the bulls while trying to record the run. He did not see the one that attacked him until it was too late.
“It’s a tragic and stupid death,” Mayoress Elena Fernandez told the newspaper.
Periscope reports that it has 10 million users and the equivalent of 40 years of video is watched each day.
Every minute, Americans exchange 3.6 million text messages and send and receive more than 289,000 photos and videos via MMS, per CTIA.
I disagree with headline saying The Further of Consumer Marketing Is Personal. It's actually the present. Anything less today falls short.
88% of teens say people share too much about themselves online, according to Pew.
Instagram mobile ad revenues will reach $2.81 billion worldwide in 2017, eMarketer forecasts.
Samsung Pay will launch in the U.S. on Sept. 28. Also, Rite Aid reversed course and said that it has begun accepting Apple Pay and Google Wallet. The significance? Something short of cash being gone by the following Tuesday.
Is phygical the worst buzzword I've heard recently? Appsolutely.
On Twitter, I was added to an applewatchlovers list. I wouldn't describe myself that way even under most broad term possible.
I have a record of zero success getting usable walking directions via Apple Watch. The latest was last week in Virginia --it turns out that I needed to take a 5-minute walk. Apple Watch told me it would take 90 minutes.
HTC has cut 15 percent of jobs due to dwindling sales.
Android user loyalty has surpassed the iPhone: Consumer Intelligence Research Partners.