Why is mobile marketing so important for businesses? 68% of Americans now own smartphones and if you're not reaching them you're missing a huge opportunity.
Sprint is changing the way customers buy or upgrade their mobile devices by introducing a new program called Sprint Direct 2 You.
Although tablets are becoming increasingly popular, smartphones still account for over half of the market - what does this mean for business?
The LG G Flex is exciting as it is curved, but there are much deeper implications of this announcement that your company should take note
Whether pee powered phones are the wave of the future or not remains to be seen, but great strides are being made in researchers' laboratories.
Almost all smartphone owners use their device while in stores, but there are other behaviors all sizes of business should be aware of.
The BlackBerry Z10 is the sexy new flagship device set to hit palms across America - does it have a chance to hurt competitors, or
As the race to the top is heated in the luxury smartphone and tablet market, Firefox OS launches in open source to service the emerging
In studies, Millennials' buying habits are shifting, and not toward popular products, but away from them in favor of technologies their parents don't have.
At a conference near you, Last Message will be a favorite app, easily spreading to the business community so that the poor battery life of
Landline phones are nearing extinction at an accelerated pace, with a new report claiming half of all Americans either don't have, or don't use their
Smart device sales rose considerably in the third quarter and projected to rise in the fourth quarter, led by Samsung and Apple devices.