An Ohio fugitive who sent police a selfie because he didn't like his mugshot was tracked down and arrested. Note modern devices are called smartphones. No one says that they are used only by smart people.
56% of smartphone users purchased a product using an app in 2015: Verizon.
I’m getting more spam voice calls on mobile - way more than spam texts. WTF?
In the poorest countries, mobile phones cost 1/5 to 1/2 of monthly income. In U.S., it's under 1%, per The World Bank.
Google paid Apple $1 billion to be the search engine on your iPhone, according to court documents.
Uber usage by business travelers surpassed taxi and car rentals in 2015, VentureBeat reported.
20% of U.S. homes now have a smart TV, 56% have a tablet and 82% of people have a smartphone, Nielsen said.
Amazon now sells as much clothing as 250 Walmart stores sell altogether: Re/Code.
Uber is preparing to go live with full-scale food delivery service in 10 U.S. cities this quarter, according to The Wall Street Journal.
3.8 trillion photos were taken until mid-2011. 1 trillion photos were taken in 2015 alone, MIT SMR reported.
Headline: Less Than Half of Consumers Are OK With Swapping Data for Deals. Me: 47% who say good to go is huge.
Ken Chenault of American Express: mobile pay is not about the "tap", it's about what's the value? what's the service I get? Bingo.
U.S. smartphone users spent 3 hours in mobile apps and another 50 minutes in mobile browsers daily in 2015: eMarketer
I have made a living NOT hyping mobile yet it fascinates me when brands and others operate in waiting, non-priority mode.
Per NBC's Alan Wurtzel, just 51% of TV viewing is live.
Twitter asked me to promote my app. I don't have one. 2016 personalization seems like 2015's – or 2008’s.