Social leaped ahead of games on mobile when it comes to amount of activity. Games held the top spot for four years. I wonder if the birds are angry.
One in five want self-driving cars. I'll settle for a chauffeur.
95 percent of independent restaurants don't have mobile web sites, according to a study. I would be surprised if more than 10 percent do anything with mobile.
Twitter has set its sights on two billion users. For me, that's too many "tuna fish sandwich for lunch" reports.
Walmart has brought augmented reality to customers with an app around The Avengers. Will THE mass retailer make AR go mass?
Two thirds won't spend more than $50 per month on mobile data, a study says. Half of smartphone users don't know how much they use. I’m in that 50 percent.
The London Olympics will be streamed live but don't expect real-time posting of user-generated video. That is prohibited by ticketholders.
Something to watch – the U.S. Transportation head says that distracted driving is a "national epidemic". He has called for a ban on using the phone while driving.Some apps ping the carrier network 2,400 times an hour. Is that enough? Check me in somewhere, please.
Finally a LinkedIn iPad app. It’s surprising that it has taken this long given the iPad user demographic.
Google's ad says Chrome can help you get your ex back. I don't want my ex back. How many do?
71 percent of affluent consumers don't have set spending limit in mobile apps. I wonder if this is more default than by choice.