Here's some news that will sadden the few hundred tech-savvy people still using feature phones to grab information from the web.
Guest Post According to the CTIA, 2.27 trillion text messages are sent every year, in the US alone, which is 6.3 billion per day or about 20 text messages per person every day.
Guest Post While many companies promise to deploy two-factor authentication, it may not protect us as well as we hope.
Smartphone owners are moving away from dated SMS texting -- but is that really a good thing?
WhatsApp is fifth in the app store for monthly revenue. Fifth on Google Play for downloads, and seventh on Google Play for revenue. And it's the second-most-downloaded app on Google Play.
Guest Post Retargeting boils down to well-informed persistence: Customers who don’t convert receive follow-up messages testing new offers, different copy or colors or multiple calls to action to ensure that no opportunity for a conversion is missed.
Twilio Fund Europe 2013 will invest in early-stage European startups that make creative use of Twilio's API.
Forrester released a new report today on mobile marketing. As it turns out, there's only one group of mobile customers that marketers want to target. Big shocker: It's not the 7 percent of American adults who still refuse to use a mobile phone.
With the latest update to its Messenger app, Facebook is taking aim at not only rival WhatsApp, but SMS as a whole.
Cloud-focused messaging startups SendGrid and Twilio have teamed up to empower SendGrid enterprise customers with a suite of messaging tools, including transactional emails, SMS, voicemails, and push notifications.
You built the app. Everyone came, and you were over the moon. But now, months later, no-one is opening your app, and you're pulling out your hair.
When you lose internet access, you can still get important updates from Twitter via SMS. Here's how.
Telecom startup textPlus raises $18 million to morph any device into a free phone.
The newest version of Facebook Messenger for Android will let you send SMS messages to and from your Facebook friends in a typical conversation view, no phone numbers required.
Bubble Motion announced today that it took $5 million in investment to spread its voice communication platform globally.
In a statement sent to media outlets yesterday, Apple said it takes security very seriously, but it directs users to use Apple's own iMessage service instead of texting.
While dedicated hackers can be an annoyance to companies like Apple, they can sometimes be helpful when it comes to digging up potentially devastating security vulnerabilities.
Since its launch last month, Y Combinator startup Plivo has provided cloud-based local phone numbers in more than 50 countries worldwide, across the US, Europe, South, America, Africa and Asia.