As I watch my infant son navigate a touch screen like he was born to it, which he technically has been, I start to wonder what a typical day in our house will look like in just a few short years, when he is eleven.
By John Snyder, Grapeshot CEO What a privilege to be invited onto the Mobile C-Suite panel during Advertising Week in New York City. As excited a...
I recently had the chance to catch up with two remarkable entrepreneurs and Mobileys winners, Carlos Fernandez, Jr., Co-Founder of Page-Out/Clutch Studio and Siobhan Bulfin, Founder and CEO of Melon Health.
By Evan Wray, co-founder and VP of Swyft Media The digital advertising world as we know it is being turned on its head. Things like native ads and ba...
Your navigation should be focused on simplicity. In the top left or in the top right, use a "hamburger menu" to house links to important pages.
Sometimes, mobile products appear so simple that they feel obvious, as in anybody could make one, or frivolous, as in they will soon be out of fashion. Truth is, the most beautiful mobile products are the result of an enormous amount of work.
By Mark Campos | Product Expert, Waze Smart marketers will embrace mobile. They'll deliver useful, relevant brand messages with context, driving more...
These days, no news is definitely good news. At the moment, Africa is off the global media radar, with cameras focussed on Europe and the Middle East. But out of the media focus, some really good news has been gradually developing.
One of the biggest concerns beyond security for users of technologies like Android Pay is whether relying on it completely to make all of your purchases is a wise idea.
Unlike their western counterparts, we have seen these developing countries - with their young, increasingly tech-savvy populations - moving straight to new technologies, including wireless, mobile and app usage.
I entered the gates of Pumpehuset, a historical music site in the heart of Copenhagen, sporting my backpack and rubber shoes.
There seems to be a health app for everything. Sleep better, train for a marathon, stick to your medication schedule -- there's nothing you can't do when you've got a smartphone. But with more than 100,000 health and wellness apps available, the options can be paralyzing.
The shift from a product to service-based economy will also allow us to enjoy more resource-efficient services, while decoupling things like CO2 emissions from economic growth.
How does connectivity create new business or career opportunities for you? How might you capitalize on connectivity-as-a-business model to start up a new venture?
There is no doubt that the mobile web is going to grow in cultural and economic significance. Smartphone penetration in China has already climbed to 87 percent, which is above the global average of 78 percent.
Tech geekery and fitness have historically gone together like socks and sandals: they just don't. But conventional wisdom no longer applies now that we've all got devices in our pockets.