The Weather Channel iPhone app, long one of the most popular, has gotten its first redesign since 2009. Nice, but you still can't stop it from raining.
Who is scanning QR codes? Scanbuy says it's 68 percent males.
Eight percent of magazine pages had a mobile bar code during Q1. That’s a move toward the passive becoming interactive.
Coca Cola will use mobile and music in a London Olympics effort to "inspire youth". Included are a wide variety of mobile tactics, including SMS, apps, and more.
Beyond the hardware change, I await a new iPhone most for have-to-have Siri improvement. It’s shocking that Apple heavily advertises such a poor experience.
Speaking of which, there are several “new” reports that Steve Jobs influenced the design of the next iPhone. There is no news here. Product cycles are that far out.
Does size matter (in tablets)? Amazon is looking to turn around its slumping Kindle Fire sales with a screen three inches larger.
T-Mobile makes good points in downplaying shared data plans. Who wants to keep track of the family's consumption?
An Apple board member says an iCar designed by Jobs would've taken 50 percent of auto market. That’s laughable.
American Express’ mobile strategy, like its social efforts, is deeply rooted in measurable sales. Imagine that.
Marketers take note: one tablet generates as many website visits as four smartphones, according to a report.
70 percent of mobile app users pay little or nothing, a study says. It explains how a large number of app makers don't make money.
30 percent of Groupon transactions in North America were completed on mobile devices in Q1. It was 25 percent in December 2011.
Teenagers believe that adults text as much as they do - which means a lot, a survey says. That’s surprising.