Almost half of U.S. consumers think 4G LTE is unnecessary. Consumers don't know 4G from 9E.
One more: the average smartphone owner uses less than 2GB of data: NPD Group. Few know what that means and what they should buy.
Walmart spends $12 million a second on cashier wages. How much could it save if shoppers scanned and paid with a mobile app?
Headline: Fake iPhone 5 Available For Only $8. Me: lower we sink.
On the same road, a poll asks whether the iPhone 5 is ugly. What's ugly are posts of supposed pictures that are - or are not - the new device.
I hope that you enjoyed the weekend quiet before the blast that will be Smartphone September. New devices, unreal hype.
Twitter advertisers can target users by their interests. Despite what you see in my photo, I don't want eyelash enhancement offers.
51 percent think stormy weather affects cloud computing. Don't rain on their parade.
With the ISIS mobile payment service finally debuting 18 months later than first planned, wallet hysteria will pick up.
My take on the Mobile Marketing Association’s study saying that mobile should be 7% of the marketing spend rather than the current 1%? Helpful, but brands will determine this - how much and when.
Smartphone users view The Weather Channel app multiple times for "right now". Tablet owners view it less frequently and look more long term.
More than 50 percent of Hearst’s digital audience will access via mobile next year.
Two thirds of mobile devices shipped in 2016 will be smartphones. There is always a difference between shipped and bought.
Of course, it makes sense that Nokia will announce new mobile phones before the iPhone 5 announcement. It won't make a difference.