But will something come along to decentralize mobile?
Apple may not remain the sole purveyor of gilded phones for long
We walk, talk and sleep with our phones. But are we more—or less—connected?
Trying to be everywhere at once? Don’t bother. Here’s how to access your computer, find a lost phone, pinpoint your friends and keep an eye on your house from just about anywhere.
Meet Amber Case: She’s a cyborg anthropologist, questioning the ways we interact with computers, and the founder of Geoloqi.com — a second-generation location based service that uses geo-fences to redefine the concept of “checking in”
Ben Bajarin is the director of consumer technology analysis and research at Creative Strategies Inc., a technology industry analysis and market intelligence firm in Silicon Valley.
Last week, Facebook revealed that half of its 850 million users log in to the company’s mobile products. The amount of money made on those users? Zilch, because Facebook doesn’t run ads on its mobile apps.
Funny thing about …
Imagine your phone ringing on the breakfast bar across the room. Could it be the job offer you’ve waited all week for? But—drat—you’re smack in the middle of changing your three-month-old, who’s made something otherworldly and possibly radioactive in his diaper. Not the best of times to swipe your potentially contaminated fingers …
At a VentureBeat Mobile Summit last night, Square COO Keith Rabois declared “the website as you know it” to be “dead.”
His justification? The “rise of mobile,” and how users are more likely to gravitate towards a smartphone’s apps as opposed to a site’s mobile version. Simply put, a website is “not going to feel as good as a …
HBO fans have reason to celebrate with the premium cable company’s announcement of HBO Go, available on tablets and mobile devices early next month. Good news to be sure, but there’s also a downside: like the desktop version, to access it, you have to be subscribed to the network.
On the other hand, you’ll have instant access to old …
Until recently, Libyan rebel had resorted to waving flags in order to communicate with each other in their fight against Muammar Gaddafi. Green flags signaled an advance, yellow flags signaled a retreat.
A rebel commander told the Wall Street Journal that Gaddafi “forced us back to the stone age.”
Libya’s cellphone network is under …