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 ›
Marketing oriented around a smartphone camera is an emerging space overflowing with both uncertainty and opportunity, as it offers a new way to engage with consumers and glean rich insights based on what people capture with their phones. Read more… Read More ›
The Federal Communications Commission has levied its largest fine ever against a Florida-based robocall network responsible for nearly 100 million calls over the last three months of 2016. The calls used “neighborhood spoofing” technology to include local area codes and… Read More ›
Amazon was awarded a patent May 30 that could help it choke off a common issue faced by many physical stores: Customers’ use of smartphones to compare prices even as they walk around a shop. The phenomenon, often known as… Read More ›
Social media platforms found themselves under a magnifying glass in the wake of the terrorist attack in London, with Prime Minister Theresa May calling for greater government action to “regulate cyberspace” to curb terrorists’ use of online tools to promote… Read More ›
The U.S. Supreme Court agreed to decide whether law enforcement authorities must obtain a warrant before obtaining cell phone records that reveal individuals’ locations over time. Read more at MediaPost.
President Trump’s irate and irrational tweets have already gotten him in plenty of trouble, and will, no doubt, continue to be an issue as he pushes for approval of his controversial travel ban before the Supreme Court. Now, free speech… Read More ›
Beverage coolers are getting connected. A lot of coolers. Around a million Red Bull branded beverage coolers around the world are being connected by AT&T. The connected coolers will provide data relating to performance, temperature stats and geolocation information, according… Read More ›