Remember the predictions of the death of mobile apps? The category just crossed over $25 billion in sales.
It never was going to be either/or with the mobile web. On Twitter and elsewhere, people look for absolutes. Foolish.
Speaking of Twitter, I'm as big on it as the next one, but without a fact checker built in, we'll pass on anything. I have a big problem with that.
After falling behind tablets in holiday quarter, are notebooks ready for rebound? An analyst says yes. I’m not so sure.
On mobile devices and malware comes this quote - “The bad guys haven’t found the right way to get money from the user.” They will.
On similar note, at least 80 percent of mobile apps have security and privacy issues that put enterprises at risk, according to Network World.
Some teens are losing interest in Facebook but still are in the company’s net with heavy Instagram use.
Instagram has reached 100 million users sharing 40 million photos a day.
58 percent of affluent consumers use a second screen while watching television: report. I believe that number is low.
Signed up for mobile alerts on sequester? Me, neither.
Mobile users with household income between $50K and $75K are the most active on social networks, according to Pew. It’s 10 percent higher than income less than $30K.
23 percent of mobile Facebook users only access the social network by mobile. That's 157 million users, according to eMarketer.
13 Major League Baseball teams will accept mobile tickets via Apple Passbook. "Traditional" tickets to fall to less than 10 percent.
Nothing like the problems with email, but there are 30,000 unique SMS spam pitches a month: report.
Relevance matters - I stopped reading an email after it said Dear Frank.