Though the Next Big Thing won’t appear for a while, we know pretty much what it will look like: a lightweight, always-on wearable that obliterates the divide between the stuff we see on screens and the stuff we see when… Read More ›
While it might not bring parents as much joy as a first step or first word, the right time to introduce kids to a smartphone is an important moment. Read more at USA Today.
If you have a Twitter rant you really need to get off your chest, then it’s your lucky day. Twitter announced that it’s adding a tool that makes it easy to thread tweets together, giving users more space for thoughtful… Read More ›
Over the years, some ad tech trends have undergone full evolution, whereas others have only iteratively grown. Nevertheless, each trend has been instrumental in pushing advertising, including mobile advertising, a bit further into the future, while exponentially improving the experience… Read More ›
Showrooming is a well-established behavior among many shoppers. But consumers are also developing a more nuanced profile of in-store mobile device activities aside from conducting price comparisons. Read more at eMarketer.
Purdue discovery clears way for human body to work as robust communication network for electronic devices
A group of Purdue University researchers have discovered a new way in using the human body as a robust communication medium for networking electronic devices in and on the body that promises to be far more secure and low-energy than… Read More ›
A new partnership will examine whether better broadband access in remote parts of Kentucky can boost telehealth and mHealth programs that improve outcomes for cancer patients. Read more at mHealth Intelligence.
It’s a red letter day for the media industry. Disney just took control of 21st Century Fox’s media empire, and the Federal Communications Commission voted to repeal net neutrality regulations that prevent internet providers from discriminatory behavior. These two industry-shaking… Read More ›
T-Mobile said it will acquire Layer3 TV in order to launch its own “disruptive” TV service sometime next year. That move will position T-Mobile directly against AT&T and Verizon—its main rivals in the wireless industry—because both AT&T and Verizon are… Read More ›
Mobile video usage continues to rapidly grow, and is expected to represent 60% of all online video next year. Sports content is a major driver. Read more at MediaPost.