The watchword is hacking, which used to imply something both geeky and malicious. Now it's the height of cool, and we'll be seeing it done big.
What an amazing year 2013 has been for mobile innovation - and consumers. With hockey stick growth trends continuing without a beat throughout the wi...
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Real-time news reporting is an exciting proposition. It's also a process fraught with problems, both for the journalist and the reader.
The mass popularity of smartphones is creating a boom in inbound phone calls, making it one of the most rewarding areas of the marketing pipeline. Whi...
These days, when you look at kids sitting on the subway or cross town bus, they're not hooked on crossword puzzles and word searches. They're heads down in their tablets, sometimes sharing with a sibling, other times playfully fighting over one.
With the exception of early childhood categories, Android is in a virtual dead heat with iOS for the top five apps per categories as selected by experts.
Imagine empowering a person living with diabetes to track their blood-sugar levels throughout the day, report on how they feel at various points (e.g., after meals or exercise) and record how much insulin they took - all from a phone in the palm of their hand.
A little over two months ago, we challenged innovators across the nation to show us their game-changing mobile apps and services when we launched our ...
Nowadays, more often than not, we feel that we live in a world that is too fast, too competitive and too unpredictable. It's not that people don't have answers. They rightly and often don't know what questions to ask.
When somebody says 'mHealth' or mobile health, there can be a tendency to think primarily of fitness wristbands and lifestyle apps to monitor weight, count calories or record the number of steps taken.
Concern about security continues to be the most-cited reason for consumers' reluctance to adopt mobile payments. So how big of a problem is fraud, how exactly is fraud perpetrated with mobile payments -- and what can consumers and businesses do to prevent it?
There is a virtual new world in Berlin that is one step closer to replicating the human mind. Thanks to funding from a maverick New York science investor called Jeffrey Epstein, virtual and robotic models of the human brain are moving away from traditional algorithms with deterministic pathways, towards a realm of emotional, less predictable androids.
Getty may have 80 million images, but Pinterest has one of the most actively-engaged communities on the web. But is community enough to cut through the clutter of the increasingly-crowded mobile photography space?
Entrepreneurs with courageous vision and the right tools -- money, brains and broadband -- represent our nation's strongest arsenal to innovate, create jobs, and build a prosperous future.
We are in the midst of a mobile revolution. By next year, there will be more mobile subscriptions than humans on the planet, and mobile phones are creating change in communities throughout the world.