Reversing the trend of lower tablet demand, a dolphin grabbed an iPad from a guest at SeaWorld Orlando.
Through the first week of the Olympics, males were posting on social media about Games’ sponsors about twice as often as females, according to Sprinklr.
I understand, but do not agree with, the rationale of NBC’s primetime delay of the Olympics on West Coast. But there is no doubt that delayed weekend day coverage in this era of real time info gathering is dumb.
The percentage of Apple Watch users who will buy the next version, especially sight unseen? There’s no way of knowing, but I'm in the “absolutely not” category. The first time produced nothing but anticipointment.
eMarketer predicts U.S. retail m-commerce will reach about $131B by year's end.
More than one-quarter of U.S. Internet users block ads, per the IAB.
For the seventh straight quarter, AT&T added more cars than phones and tablets combined, according to analyst Chetan Sharma.
Millennials are 3X as likely as Baby Boomers to use mobile banking, according to FIS.
Citing "limited effectiveness", Proctor & Gamble said that it will scale back on targeted Facebook advertising.
Fast Company wrote that "for now, Siri is as good as anything that’s out there." Parity has never been Apple’s aim.
76% of U.S. Internet users aged 13-24 say that they are “addicted” to their digital devices: CivicScience.
Unrelated, but the same percentage of U.S. online adults engage with companies on social, up from 68% last year.
There are three million active advertisers on Facebook with 70% outside the U.S.
Several more mobile payment deals were announced recently, but contrary to the hype, cash wasn't gone by Tuesday.
Apple’s App Store saw record-breaking numbers during July as developer payouts crossed $50B.