Advertisers using Twitter to connect with potential customers can now target with even more fine-grained accuracy, thanks to three new updates that Twitter announced today.
Editor’s Pick Once segregated, high tech and fashion are beginning to collide.
Wearable computers have generated a good deal of hype and crowdfunding dollars, but it’s still early days for this technology.
Good news for Apple: Today, the Obama Administration vetoed a trade ban on the sale of some iPhone and iPad devices.
Google Glass is for walking around and getting directions to a cafe with the perfect espresso. Recon Jet is for kicking your performance into the ultimate high gear and — yes — even saving lives.
The good news, I assume, is that Google Glass will restore our masculinity (and, I assume) femininity.
Security systems, cars, homes, appliances: everything modern, seemingly, has a remote control.
When you’re holding your mobile phone in one hand, you generally have a thumb on the front for scrolling, typing, and tapping, and four fingers clamped more or less uselessly around the edge. But perhaps not for long.
77 percent of all new smartphones and tablets activated in the enterprise last quarter were Apple devices, according to a new report from Good Technology.
That’s bad news for traditional PC vendors.
Everyone knows that mobile, social, cloud, and data are big freight trains of change that are blowing up old business models and old business practices. But let’s face it: that train is in the station. What’s next?
Google’s mobile operating system Android may be winning the smartphone wars, with over 75 percent market share, but Apple and Microsoft could be making more from Android than Google — up to 600 percent more next year.
ComScore just released its June 2012 U.S. mobile report, and the results were mostly predictable.
PlacePop, which allows any company to create and maintain virtual loyalty cards, today announced its free application is now available for Android devices.