It isn’t called the major leagues for nothing. Major League Baseball had 8.4 billion minutes streamed to its mobile app in 2015, per comScore. A total of 53% of the total minutes consumed were in the At Bat app with users watching or listening to games. The activity was more than than in all other U.S. official sports leagues apps combined.
Nearly one in four shoppers say that they have changed their minds while in a checkout line after looking up details on a smartphone: Google.
Meerkat is dropping the livestream. It’s a cautionary tale for those looking at "solutions"at SXSW that may be shiny and not stand test of time,
Headline: Retail Executives Say Mobile Investments to Increase This Year. Me: you don't say.
Two weeks after calling for an Apple boycott call, Donald Trump was using an iPhone to send half of his tweets: Marketing Land.
A man with a gun while taking selfies fatally shot himself in Concrete, Washington, police say. Interestingly, the Russian government has issued a guide to discourage people from taking dangerous selfies.
Consumers’ use of health apps and wearables has doubled in the past two years, according to Accenture.
After all this time, Apple has now opened a Twitter account to answer tech questions and to deal with problems.
I read a story that predicted: "When you tuck your iPhone 9 into your back pocket, it may well flex to conform to the contours of your butt" I can only say yay.
One in 10 U.S. Internet users (31.1 million people) will be mobile-only this year, eMarketer reported.
Mobile payments make up only 3% Of U.S. transactions, per GfK. Weren’t we told that cash would be gone by some Tuesday in 2015?