As I head to CES, I wonder whether 2013 be the year of "reinvented" TV or was that 2012 with second-screen adoption?
Consumer Reports calls the iPhone 5 the worst of the top smartphones. I don't know many unhappy users. Do you?
Next-generation LTE chips are said to reduce power consumption by 50 percent. Will that lead to 50 percent more activity and the status quo?
The dumbphone may be added to Oxford English Dictionary – but not by marketers. We would never call users dumb, right?
Facebook mobile user counts revealed: 192 million Android, 147 million iPhone, 48 million iPad, 56 million Messenger.
In 2012, mobile search and display advertising was up 220 percent in the U.S. alone, according to eMarketer. Google had a 56.6 percent share of the overall US mobile advertising market. The nearest competitor, Facebook, had an 8.8 percent share.
Texting activity went up and game playing went down on mobile in the latest comScore look.
Want an easy way to lose me? Run a headline that says a company "may" do something. I may move to Tahiti. Maybe not.
Apple stock was up 31 percent in 2012. Failure?
We couldn't end 2012 without another "gadget caught fire" story. Historically, many are hoaxes that media chase anyway.
There will be more and faster Internet connections on planes if the Federal Communications Commission gets its way. With an option, many of us will go-go from Gogo.
New York introduced real-time arrival times for subway trains via mobile apps. It can handle 5,000 queries per second.
Smartphone activations typically outpace tablets by four to one, yet more tablets were activated on Christmasm according to Flurry.