A psychologist has created an iPhone app that can manipulate dreams. No, not those kind of dreams. More like the ones where you are walking in the woods. Yeah, I’ll pass, too.
New York City is transforming old phone booths into ‘smart screens’. Kids, they were places to make calls. Oh, you need the definition of a call?
Blackberry 7 is rated the most secure mobile operating system. RIM’s problem is that security is not even a small driver when consumers purchase.
Everyone wants in on the Instagram talk. Mitt Romney talked up Instagram and innovation less than a week after someone signed him up for the service.
Nokia cut its financial guidance due to "competitive industry dynamics”. Was competition unexpected?
Meanwhile, Nokia identified a Lumia 900 software glitch, then offered a fix and $100 credit. It is due to a memory issue. My question - will consumers remember at the point of purchase?
According to an analyst, Best Buy's mobile business brings one third of the profits but accounts for less than 10 percent of the overall square footage in retail stores.
Wireless device charging is coming to some Chryslers. Will they prevent all those coffee spills that come when we fiddle with plugs?
It isn't the size but cost that may doom Toshiba's 13-inch tablet. It is $650 at the low end. Consumers will buy this why?
AT&T has rethought its Rethink Possible tagline. It has evolved to “It's what you do with what we do”. Makes sense because mobile is personal.
Some predict apps will lose favor as the mobile web advances with HTML5. But Juniper sees twice as any app downloads by 2016.
American Idol gets lots of credit for the use of text messaging. Will it do the same for Shazam? Of course, Shazam was part of the Super Bowl telecast, but you may have been in the guacamole at the time.