Nokia says its plan to sell pink nail polish to match the pink Lumia 900 is about "pampering". It's more about being a buzz generator – and it’s working.
During the Samsung trial, we learned that the iPhone was designed to better the "dumbed down" web experience out there on other mobile devices. I always thought that was the original aha – no more endless waiting for pages to load.
Yes, I opted in but six texts from the Obama campaign in fewer than 10 days is way too much. Imagine the flow in the fall.
It’s good to see that Mitt Romney will announce his VP running mate via mobile but app, rather than opt-in text messaging, reduces reach and opt-in potential.
HTC better hope that rumor that it will make a Facebook mobile phone is true. It forecasts a 23 percent revenue drop in the meantime.
Sixty percent iPad web traffic in the U.S. comes from the iPad 2. It shows that the third generation upgrades weren't enough for many to switch. I’m in that group.
Facebook’s impact on mobile is questioned every day. Consider over the last month, it has driven folks to the App Store & Google Play about 150 million times.
One more on the Facebook factor: 7,000 different mobile devices access Facebook every day.
Almost half of the Internet video NBC is serving this Olympics is going to mobile devices and tablets.
There is word of a "supersized" Samsung Galaxy Note. The phablet (I hate that word) gets phatter.
Nearly 1 in 4 Linkedin users accesses only via mobile. The company says that "monetization extends beyond advertising".
Pew says that spam is one of biggest frustrations with mobile devices. Have I just been lucky to not been hit with many?
We’re witnessing the marriage of mobile & house-hunting: a user of Zillow on mobile is three times more likely to contact an agent than a user on PC.
The headline says that the global smartphone market has stalled. The ramifications for marketers? Reconsider feature phone users.