If you don’t want to upset your grandma, you should probably put away your smartphone at Thanksgiving dinner.
Blackberry’s CEO John Chen spoke to Reuters about launching new devices and bringing the company back. But maybe it’s time the company shifted its focus.
Twitter is suing the U.S. government to make public scope of surveillance of the social network’s users. HTC unveils selfie smartphone. These stories, and more, in today’s Morning Social Media Newsfeed.
A new study shows that Pinterest and Instagram are more associated with smartphone addiction than Internet use and gaming.
In exchange for leaving your technology stowed away in its Tech Creche, a park promises ponies — adorable, galloping nearly-wild ponies!
Nearly 75 percent of those surveyed said they take their phones to the bathroom to answer email, take calls and respond to text messages.
Let’s get personal about our smartphones. We love them for business, and they’re a wonderful tool that makes every part of our lives easier. “Whether [you use your smartphone] as a second screen while viewing advertisements, settling a debate at a bar, looking for a specific address, whatever the place or time, your smartphone is the ultimate link to take immediate action in the digital space,” says Mike DiMarco, Director of Media, FiddleFly Inc. Here are 5 places you should always use your smartphone.
Remember a time when you could not go anywhere without your laptop? You used it for scheduling, taking notes, presentations, etc. These days, with smartphones and tablets, it’s almost as if a weight has been lifted off of you. Actually, it has.
Advertisers are spending 20.3 percent of their Facebook budgets on mobile ads, according to new data from Kenshoo Social. The company’s analysis of two million Facebook ad clicks and conversions also revealed that ad spends vary dramatically between Android and iOS devices.
As mobile devices become more important to readers, all media professionals should pay attention to how people are using them.
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