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.
The new Chairman of the Federal Communications Commission, Tom Wheeler, might get a case of serious vertigo when he takes a look at the new infographi...
Kansas City will continue to be a catalyst for growth in the entrepreneurial sector in America and its technology innovation prowess is proving to be on the rise.
A report released Thursday by Shareaholic tracked 200,000 publishers reaching 250 million people monthly to understand how it is that Facebook drives the most social referral traffic.
Innovations in healthcare technology, especially when it comes to mobile health, are well outpacing an ability to wait for a regulatory strategy.
As the mobile revolution continues to evolve, there is an easily understood temptation to treat the Web as a single medium, whether accessed on a PC or a smart phone. The creation of responsive sites is often one reflection of this inclination.
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If you love shopping or just like to save money (is there anyone walking this earth who doesn't?) and you have an Internet-connected device in your pocket or purse (i.e., smartphone and/or tablet) then you are part of the smart shopping revolution.
In recent years, the growth of mobile health technologies, including health text messaging projects, remote monitoring, portable sensors, and mobile phone apps, have changed the way healthcare is delivered globally.
What Apple has actually lost, is the expressive engine that was Steve Jobs. What has happened at Apple is the shift away from expressive thinking, to that of analytical thinking -- and that's bad news for Apple.
Chromecast is another step towards breaking the iron grip current providers, like cable, have on content distribution and the living room.
Touching a screen and moving objects is pretty intuitive. But there will always be people who long for reality. Real buttons to push, real levers to flip, tactile controls that provide immediate feedback.
Why isn't mobile the most successful advertising platform? It should be. Mobile ads can be targeted, are delivered to a device that is "always on" and with the user, and can be personalized across numerous dimensions, including location and usage history.
Unlike those who believe the hardware business is finito, I think there's a remaining opportunity that is somewhere between niche and substantial, and that could create an enduring role for the beloved but now passé, eBay-ready CrackBerry.
Social marketing is a philosophy, not a platform or channel strategy. Social is about creating a story that is open-ended and portable, one that others want to participate in and share.