Years from now, it’s possible that really smart watches or really, really smart glasses could replace smartphones as the linchpin of our digital lives. But in a new report, Forrester Research says it doesn’t expect that day to come for… Read More ›
Snap is running its first TV campaign during the Final Four on TBS. The 60-second spot, “A New Kind of Camera,” aims to explain Snap’s mission to be a “camera” company and is more educational than it is entertaining. Read… Read More ›
No cash? No problem! The Church of England is introducing cashless payment technology in 16,000 churches. They will now accept Apple Pay, Android Pay and card payments after decades of only taking cash and checks. Read more at CNN.
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 ›
We stare at our phones all the time not because the devices themselves are addictive, but because we’re driven to socialize, according to a recent literature review by researchers at McGill University. Read more at Campus Technology.
That phone consumers are using to surf the Internet, check their email and check-in on social media? They’re also using it to shop for their new phone. Read more at MediaPost.
With smartphones increasingly being used as consumers’ No. 1 access to the Internet, mobile is gaining sophistication as a viable marketing channel. With advanced technology and compelling advertising creative, marketing to on-the-go prospects seems to be fulfilling its early promise…. Read More ›
When it comes to medical records, experts see the potential for Apple to succeed where others have failed
Companies like Microsoft and Google have tried and failed to improve patient access to health data, but experts say Apple’s attempt could finally do what other consumer tech giants could not. Read more at FierceHealthcare.
Fitness magazine Self folded its print edition at the end of 2016 as part of a consolidation of Condé Nast’s magazines. But since then, editor-in-chief Carolyn Kylstra has found new life (and younger readers) for the brand on Snapchat. Read more at… Read More ›