Smartphone users check Facebook 14 times a day. That’s when they are not tweeting.
Anyone other than me think it was a mistake to bring the first new BlackBerry without a physical keyboard? Touchscreen is me-too.
It's not a T-Mobile contract - it's an Equipment Installment Plan. Wasn't this going to be dead simple?
In-app purchase revenue has hit records: 76 percent Of U.S. iPhone app revenue, 90 percent in Asia. Not just any apps - games.
54 percent of retailers see mobile as biggest growth area. The others are destined to fail.
According to eMarketer, Twitter will earn $308.9M in 2013 mobile ad revenue -- more than they earned in 2012 total, from any ad type.
An analyst says that the iPhone 5 got five times as many tweets as the Galaxy S4. Meaning what? Little to nothing.
IDC: tablet sales grew 78.4 percent year over year in 2012. They are expected to pass desktop sales in 2013, portable PCs in 2014.
Apple plans to triple the number of authorized resellers in India by 2015. That could coincide with a cheaper iPhone.
News that an Australian business is charging $5 to "fight" showrooming was trending but it won't create a trend. It more likely will put the company out of business.
From the Wall Street Journal no less came a feature on the Mets PR director it calls a "butt dialer" for inadvertently placing mobile calls.
JetBlue plans to offer fast onboard Wi-Fi free of charge. Hopefully that’s the start of a trend.
HTC is no longer "quietly brilliant" in its marketing. It will be louder. As for brilliant, we'll see.
Young Americans send almost ten times as many texts as Americans over 55. What's noteworthy is that the 55+ set texts.