According to an eye-opening new report from the Interactive Advertising Bureau (IAB), nearly two-thirds (63%) of smartphone users worldwide use their device every 30 minutes or more, and over a fifth (22%) tap into their phones every 5 minutes. Read… Read More ›
Day: June 25, 2017
We see smartphones everywhere. In school hallways, at the family dinner table and plugged in at the bedside table. But how young is too young to be constantly connected to the rest of the world through sleek apps, social media… Read More ›
Nokia unveiled a new smart scale and digital blood pressure monitor as part of the company’s “rebirth.” As the company continues to transition away from the business of selling phones, digital health will play an increasingly larger role in the… Read More ›
FlyBuy’s app lets consumers order and pay for coffee or food from local restaurants and notifies them when it’s ready. They then drive to the restaurant for a pickup from a waiting restaurant employee at curbside. Read more at The… Read More ›
Ahead of the iPhone’s 10 year anniversary, Shutterstock has outlined how the iPhone has revolutionized design and photography in 10 trends shaped by the iPhone. Read more at NetImperative.
Augmented reality is one of Apple’s big new areas of focus. But how will Apple use AR, which involves using a screen to overlay digital objects onto the real world? A new report from UBS Securities offers some interesting possibilities…. Read More ›
Snapchat unveiled Snap Maps, a new feature that allows Snapchat users to see where their friends are on a map. Users will also be able to browse photos and videos from specific locations around the world, including breaking news events…. Read More ›
No matter what Americans do to protect their digital privacy, especially on our handheld devices, it’s impossible to keep up with new threats. Now, there’s a new risk to our privacy and security: Our cell phone numbers are being used… Read More ›
Just as with books and TV shows, app developers are recognizing their youngest users come from many backgrounds — and they’re building apps to reflect a diversity of race, family and ability. Read more at USA Today.
Imagine you work in a contact center where your supervisor strolls the floor with an electronic tablet outstretched in her arms, like some hi-tech sleep walker. Meet Simon Wright’s vision for how virtual and augmented reality devices can provide “observational… Read More ›