One in 10 has donated via mobile, the Pew organization says. As for just donating to presidential campaigns, only 1 in 100. Makes sense. Disasters push more people to act. Likely, some would view the state of America as a disaster.
Saying no one is succeeding with mobile is in the same category as saying everyone is. It’s flat out wrong.
Holiday messaging is all over brick and mortar retail before Halloween. Shoppers can limit exposure by not going in. But what about holiday ads on mobile? Will consumers welcome them or be turned off?
HTC’s sales problems in one statement? More BlackBerry devices are being sold.
Among Americans who read e-books, those under 30 are more likely to read e-books on mobile or PC than on an e-book reader, including Kindles and tablets, according to Pew.
What's your preference? I can point you to a story on Apple having no chance versus Pandora or one that says the battle will be easy. Each has an element of linkbait.
27 percent of showrooming shoppers will likely make a holiday purchase using a smartphone or tablet while out shopping, according to Accenture.
Samsung shipped more smartphones in Q3 than any company in history with profit up 91 percent year over year. No supply issues here.
Last I looked, there were over 638,000 Facebook likes to an AT&T customer's complaint about her inability to use Facetime over the carrier network with "unlimited" data plan. She was being forced to change to a family plan.
The Windows Store officially opened with more than 7,873 apps, a story said. Give or take, eh?
Here’s a headline on supposed unintentional clicks on mobile ads - Your Fingers Are Fatter in the Morning. That’s dumb with no backup proof.
The biggest non-story around the iPad Mini? Don't buy now because the price will come down and you'll feel burned. Nah, that’s the nature of all tech.