NPR said that soon we might be sharing our gadgets with our pets, too. My three spoiled (human fault, not theirs) dogs want high-resolution smartphone screens and an iPad to go next to the wee-wee pads.
My frustrations with Apple Watch are well documented. With word that all Apple Watch apps must be native apps (built for the device) starting on June 1, I’ll say great rather than it’s about time.
If you missed National High Five Day last week, rest easy. Next up is National Fist Bump Day in June. #ridiculousness
Nine in 10 US smartphone owners use location services on their phone, according to data from Pew Research Center.
Smartphone owners use on average 26 apps and 52 mobile sites per month, Forrester reported.
59% of consumers have higher expectations for customer service today than last year: Microsoft. It used to be that you can manage public opinion in two hours. Now it’s closer to two minutes.
I asked Siri how much grass should you let a dog eat. Twice, she returned with "I found 15 restaurants. Tell me the one you are looking for"
The Yankees are offering a food-purchasing app, but only 20% of Stadium patrons can use it.
One-fifth of millennials don't use a desktop PC, per comScore.
It has come to this – a "smart mattress" will tell you if you're being cheated on.
The average mobile gamer is 36 years old, Nielsen says.
Approximately 10% of internet users are mobile-only: Accenture.
84% of mobile time spent is on just 5 apps, according to Facebook.
Cracker Jack has replaced its toy prizes with digital codes for games.
This year, mobile game revenue will surpass console and PC gaming, per new study: Newzoo BV.
92.5% of internet users in China had downloaded music apps to their smartphone, per Tencent Penguin Intelligence.