Microsoft's Windows 8 is definitely a promising platform, but it may take time before it's well-suited for consumers. Here's what you need to know.
As good as Google is at providing information, it should not be allowed to conduct business as usual. It must be regulated, just as the phone companies and credit bureaus are regulated. Fundamental civil liberties issues are at stake.
What if there was a tool you could give your salespeople that was already proven to be a productivity, selling and efficiency winner?
With all the buzz around the newly released iPhone 5 and the anticipation of the upcoming iPad Mini, you might be thinking about creating a mobile app...
BayFest 2012 is upon us this weekend! Featuring musical acts of just about every genre imaginable on seven different stages in downtown Mobile from Friday, October 5th through Sunday, October 7th, BayFest offers up something for everyone.
Just like the networks they support, there is a 'need for speed' in Washington. Timely action. Transparent work. And, straightforward, market-driven rules that ensure spectrum follows consumers, not regulators, will help unleash the next wave of U.S. innovation.
Consumer enthusiasm for smartphones will continue to intensify, triggered by virtually limitless potential use of apps.
At the risk of sounding too excited or passionate about it, building the best technology solutions to help marketers deliver creative display ads to consumers as they spend more time glued (almost literally) to their mobile devices is a gargantuan task.
For so many years, a lot of the companies and ad technology companies building mobile advertising capabilities have been relegated to the cheap seats in the back with little attention or ad dollars allocated to it. Well, that's not the case anymore.
Mobile marketing is no longer a question of "if" but of "how."
In the last 5 years or so "Gov 2.0" (Government 2.0) has grown from being a name coined by William Egger to now becoming the umbrella term for serious change in government, and not just here in the United States, but around the world.
I've had my iPhone 5 for less than a week, and I'm really glad I upgraded from my iPhone 4. I will admit, there are still a few annoyances, such as having to buy adapters to connect with my existing equipment.
As consumers increasingly show a preference for mobile voice and broadband services, American innovators -- many based in California -- are bringing an astounding array of new products and services to market that both anticipate and respond to evolving consumer demand.
More than 120 developers congregated at the AT&T Mobile App Hackathon during the Social Good Summit in New York City last week. Along with a commu...
Although many teens have jobs, we have a limit on our spending and sometimes we rely on our parents for money. So what happens if you don't have $500 to spend on the latest smartphone?
In the developing world, amongst those making less than $2 a day, mobile technology is also changing lives and interactions.