A garden on your countertop. Grow herbs, lettuce, tiny tomatoes in this all-in-one hydroponic setup. Companion mobile app is unobtrusive. You’ll find yourself checking in on it just to watch the progress as the plants grow. Read more at Wired.
Month: February 2018
It’s indisputable: A broadband internet connection is vital to full participation in our society and economy. But accessing this critical network is unattainable for the poorest Americans. This is why in 2016, the FCC modernized the Lifeline program, which gives low-income Americans a… Read More ›
Your phone can be a sad place. There’s the overwhelming FOMO every time you scroll through Instagram, the barrage of work emails at all hours, and, you know, the news. Maybe you’ve noticed that the apps you use most are the ones… Read More ›
For many retailers, mobile traffic equals or exceeds desktop traffic. Now, according to Criteo’s latest commerce report, mobile sales represent the majority of total e-commerce for retailers with successful shopping apps. Read more at Marketing Land.
Despite eight consecutive quarters of growth, mobile private marketplaces (PMPs) show no signs of slowing down. Read more at MediaPost.
An mHealth app designed for people with substance abuse issues helped patients at three federally qualified health centers reduce instances of drinking and drug use, while also drastically cutting ER visits and hospitalizations. Read more at mHealth Intelligence.
The Essential Phone is currently in the midst of being rolled out in a range of new colors, including three that will be released excessively on Essential’s own website. Essential revealed a surprise fourth new color, “Halo Gray,” which will… Read More ›
The promise of faster mobile service is finally getting on the map later this year — and it’s headed south. AT&T announced it will first roll out 5G to three locations: Dallas, Texas; Waco, Texas; and Atlanta. Read more at… Read More ›
According to research firm Chetan Sharma Consulting, 2017 was a landmark year for the wireless industry because, for the first time, operators added more cars than phones during the period. Read more at FierceWireless.