Starting this week, you can't unlock your smartphone. But this year you can unlock certain hotel doors with your device.
Of course, buying a list and using mobile numbers is against the rules. Beyond that, lists are often wrong. My name is not Jess, yet I’ve received hundreds if not thousands of emails addressed to me that way.
To the naysayers who call Twitter a waste of time, the valuation is $9 billion. That’s not to mention invaluable personal and business connections.
43 percent of U.S. adults said they used mobile devices to showroom, according to Harris Interactive. A defense for retailers? Customer service.
Apple sold 10 iOS devices per second last quarter. We should all have such problems.
Super Bowl ads are 34 percent more memorable and 42 percent better-liked than ads airing a month earlier, according to Nielsen. Now if they only included mobile calls to action that led to opt-ins and even longer engagement.
More than 700 million smartphones shipped in 2012. My reaction? Don’t forget the hundreds of millions who have feature phones.
There are more than two billion iMessages sent a day on iOS devices. That speaks to the popularity of texting and free.
As we get closer, it’s worth repeating - SXSW will get headlines, but it’s not place to go to build foundational mobile programs.
One in five advertiser dollars on Facebook went to mobile. That should increase significantly with more proof that it works.
Rumors say Apple will release three iPhones this year. Let' start a new one. I say seven. Ready, spread the rumor.
Cosmopolitan readers have to pay 2x to get iPad version vs. print edition. I just glanced at this month's headlines. OMG.