Although the public seems to be split on the value of a smartwatch, these subsets of people should definitely give one a shot.
Does the Apple Watch or Android Wear have what it takes to win a spot on your wrist?
Even with all the pollution, the illnesses, and the global conflicts, there is a chance that tech can save the Earth.
With headsets like the Oculus Rift, simulators like The Virtualizer, and cartridge resurrectors like the Retron 5, the future of gaming is exciting.
Although immortality still seems a little out of reach, breakthroughs in cancer tech could add some years back to our lives.
Of the 26 companies in this year's TechCrunch Disrupt Battlefield, these five won our attention.
Apple receives a standing ovation after announcing the iPhone 6, 6 Plus, and Apple Watch
Probably not, but that won't stop Samsung from taking the "if you can't beat them, copy them," approach with the Galaxy Alpha.
Whether you're shutting off lights, locking doors, or preparing for a trip to the grocery store, home automation hubs promise to make life easier.
Silicon Valley may have its own TV show, but it's far from the only tech hotbed in the US.
Millions of people will gain access to modern technology thanks to Android One and other third-world tech.
With storms and temperatures becoming more extreme, we've never had a greater need for advancements in weather technology.
Move over, LaserJets, there's a new piece of hardware popping up on our desks. The 3D printing revolution is officially starting.
With smartphones, wearables, and every other object connected to the Internet of Things, the potential for sensors has never been greater.
Two-wheel vehicles aren't as dangerous when you have wearables for motorcyclists protecting you from head to toe.
As fitness bands and smartwatches gain popularity with adults, wearables for kids are on the rise.
The recently-announced partnership between Apple and IBM may forever change the technology landscape.
It's time to stop talking about fitness bands and smartwatches and start listening to what's happening with hearables.
We may not have flying cars or teleportation just yet, but digital assistants were sent from the future to make our lives more awesome.
Physical branches, checkbooks and deposit slips will soon be transformed, and it's all thanks to the emerging tech of mobile banking.
Whether you're recording your sickest trick or measuring how many times you spin, wearables for extreme sports are a must have for extreme athletes.
Once upon a time, people shared their lives through written and spoken words. Now, it's all about visual storytelling.
As HIPAA and the FDA reinforce their fortress of regulations, how will Google and Apple scale the barriers and bring MedTech into the future?
UX expert Becky White explains the whats, whys, whens and hows of user research.
Automotive wearables are the answer to better drivers, safer roads and less fiddling with your phone during your daily commute.
If a sense of direction isn't your strong suit, Apple and proximity devices have you covered.
From thermoelectricity to a concussion-detecting beanie, this year's Wearable Technologies Conference did not disappoint.
Android Wear has only been on the market for less than a month, but that hasn't stopped the reviews from pouring in. Here's what they're saying.
With Project Volta, RunTime, and Material Design, Android L is already garnering plenty of praise and speculation—even if we don't know what to call it.
The two big operating systems are battling it out for the best fitness platform with Apple HealthKit and Google Fit.
Teachers and administrators are scrambling to make sure students are using EdTech for good rather than evil.
Another Google I/O is in the books, and there are plenty of goodies for developers and users to get excited for.
With WWDC in our rear views, it's time for bloggers and media outlets to point their attention towards Google I/O.
The debate continues over whether or not the IoT and the environment can coexist.
Printed textbooks and trapper keepers beware, EdTech is positioning itself for a takeover.
Apple aims to cut down Samsung's head start on the mHealth market, but they're not the only ones.
If you have money or a mobile device, you should probably pay attention to what took place at the Digital Banking Summit.
98% of the market share still isn't enough to satisfy the insatiable appetite of Apple Enterprise.
Move over, Microsoft and Samsung. You're not the only ones who can Steal Like an Artist, and Apples latest WWDC proves it.
With all the APIs, SDKs and design improvements, developers are chomping at the bit to get their hands on all the technologies coming out of WWDC 2014.
WWDC isn't the only major tech event that took place in San Francisco this week. Maybe next year you should RSVP to GLAZEDcon 2014.
It's time to go fit in a way our bowling-pin-juggling forefathers never thought possible, with IoT in the gym.
With WWDC 2014 just around the corner, everyone is throwing their predictions in the ring. Here's some more substance for the slew of speculations.
The future of mobile may be full of self-driving cars and previously unthinkable wearables, but it all starts with developers.
It's time to rev your engine, control your radio and even check off your grocery list—from your car. The Internet of Things is heading to your garage.
Fitness trackers have excelled at data collection, but it’s time for them to start putting that information to good use via predictive wearables.
Zach Morris and the rest of the Saved by the Bell gang would be blown away by how much smart devices have evolved in the last few decades.
Go ahead and keep betting on beacons, but don’t forget to place some chips on the amazing potential of geolocation.
“I don’t have any cash” isn’t going to fly the next time you try to turn down a Girl Scout cookie saleswoman, thanks to mobile payments.
People have been saying, "I do," in the same way for centuries. It's time to spice things up with mobile devices and marriage.
ADT and other home security systems are about to hand over their badge and their flashlight to IoT and the connected home.
With every major tech company scrambling to release interconnected devices, Google may have taken the pole position with Android Wear.
With your home, office and car soon to be connected to the Web, IoT security has never been more important.
Mobile-based technology is ushering in a new era of two-way communication between marketers and the connected consumer.
Google, Apple and Microsoft are using device convergence to keep users loyal to their devices and operating systems.
Kick text messaging charges to the curb with the army of mobile messaging apps entering the market.
Between our smartphones, tablets and wearable devices, data collection has never been easier. The question is, what are we going to do with it?
As smartphones, tablets, streaming services and hi-speed internet continue to grow, so does mobile TV viewership.
Wearable devices are helping us turn handicaps into a thing of the past for differently abled individuals.
From voice commands to subtle movements, companies big and small are trying to figure out how to make our technology more hands free.
We all know how wearable devices can keep us fit and in touch with our friends, but just wait till you see what they can do for overworked parents.
If at first you don't succeed, try moving to Silicon Valley. See why nobody bounces back from failure better than tech entrepreneurs.
Apps and mobile devices are helping modest startups overpower market leaders in just about every industry.
No two industries are exactly alike, and neither are the UIs for their apps. Here’s what to keep in mind when designing an app for a variety of businesses.
Baby Boomers are becoming a cash cow as the wearables industry matures.
Smartphones, tablets and other mobile devices promise to close the digital divide, but only if we can find enough broadband.
The wearables industry is off to a strong start, but people may lose interest if the hardware and software fail to improve.
Even casual dining will become faster once more restaurants allow customers to dine, pay and dash with the help of their mobile device.
From classrooms to zoos and everywhere in between, beacons can make us all smarter by sending pertinent information to our phones and tablets.
Want to boost your résumé, increase your job opportunities and speak the same language as the richest man in the world? Learn how to code.
The wave of sleep-enhancing wearable devices and mobile apps preparing to enter the market are insomnia’s worst nightmare.
The things that power the Internet of Things (IoT) make it easy for developers to build digital products for even the most specific consumer demands. In the workplace, that’s a big deal. Whether you’re purchasing tech for a mom-and-pop grocery store or a multinational ...
Ambient apps are using sights, sounds, coordinates and accelerometers to make your smartphone smarter than ever before.
Beacons are making a big splash in the marketing and retail sectors, but just wait till you see what else they can do.
The 2014 SXSW Interactive Festival has come to a close, but many of the technologies featured at this year's SXSWi will be talked about for months.
One thing was certain after over 1,000 tech enthusiasts descended on San Francisco from March 5-7, wearables are here to stay.
If you thought mobile banking and ATMs were convenient, just wait until the financial sector truly embraces wearable devices.
From the hardware you’ll wear to the software that makes it worth wearing, here are a few things that could be coming out of the Bay Area this week.
Mattresses with sleep detectors, tennis racquets with microprocessors and deadbolts with Bluetooth connectivity — the trend of adding a digital component to traditionally analog products is beginning to turn every company into a “tech company.”
When one-tenth of a second makes the difference between the color of a medal – or no medal at all – athletes and their coaches turn to gadgets to close the gap.
Think Google Glass looks like something out of a sci-fi movie? Wait until you see smart contact lenses in action.
Social media sites and mobile devices have redefined personal journaling and boosted the Quantified Self movement.
In late 2013, PayPal unveiled an all-new product that uses Bluetooth technology to process in-store transactions, sending shockwaves through the mobile payments landscape and exciting retailers and customers across the globe.
Beacons are beginning to pop up everywhere from Apple Stores to the Super Bowl, offering a better shopping experience to both retailers and customers.
Mobile technology is creating a more interactive educational experience for students and teachers from kindergarten to college.
Adding smartphones, smart appliances and smart apps to our kitchens can make us smarter chefs, diners and interior decorators.
As mobile devices and apps become fixtures in global education, the barriers holding back disadvantaged groups will continue to disappear.
Google is cannonballing into the Internet of Things with its acquisition of Nest, indicating a major interest in the smart home.
Detention rates are dropping all over the country as educators start encouraging students to bring their smartphones and tablets to class.
Modern technology is all about improving our day-to-day lives, and no innovation promises to do that better than the Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) transmitters most commonly referred to as beacons.
From learning your ABCs to SAT prep, mobile devices and apps are improving the learning experience in and outside of the classroom.
Smartphones and tablets are making it easier for everyone to travel the globe for business and pleasure, one app at a time.
Smartphones and tablets may already have some pretty fun games and apps, but the enjoyment factor (and profitability) goes through the roof once you bring compatible toys into the mix.
Sports technology combines wearables, data, the Internet of Things and the latest in sportswear and equipment to change big-league games and athletic training forever.
With power strips and outlets capable of measuring energy consumption entering the market, technology may be the very thing that helps us save the environment.
Roll on, Rosetta Stone. Sigmo promises to make users fluent in every language short of Klingon, and for a fraction of the price.
As the wearables market looks to bring computing power to everything we wear, Tim Gunn may become more influential than Tim Cook.
Eye-tracking technology could potentially give touch screens a run for their money thanks to the ease of use and invaluable consumer insights.
From going to class in your pajamas to bringing the lectures to your couch, Massive Online Open Courses are making education more convenient for everyone with Internet access.
Can Google's Open Automotive Alliance do for cars what Android and the Open Handset Alliance did for smartphones?
The US spends more than $8 billion annually on K-12 education. That’s more than the UK, Germany, France, Canada, Japan, South Korea, Mexico and Finland combined. However, despite this hefty price tag, the results don’t justify these staggering figures. The US spends ...
From five-star success stories to reputation-scarring reviews, see which banks are delighting and enraging customers with their mobile offerings.
With glasses that let doctors see our veins and nanobots that help repair our DNA, it's safe to say we've barely scratched the surface of the wearables market.
Tablets and other mobile devices offer students a more engaging and effective educational experience, while reducing the cost of printing and updating textbooks. So what's holding back the digital classroom?
The Mutual Mobile oracles have consulted their tarot decks and forecasted what you can expect to see in the mobile industry over the next 12 months. Read their Marketing Inklings, Tech Hunches and Trend Omens to get a leg up on your competition.
Developers and retailers are trying to make it easier for shoppers to purchase items anywhere in their store or the world.
Fitness trackers and health monitors are guaranteed to improve the user's well being, as long as wearables manufacturers can convince them to keep it on.
The future of the automobile is heavy on technology, well-connected and the perfect blend of man and machine.
After taking Jeopardy! by storm, IBM's Watson supercomputer is riding a cloud of artificial intelligence to our smartphones and tablets.
iBeacons are tiny BLE devices that are destined to have a huge impact on the retail experience for both sellers and consumers.
These matchbook-sized sensors may be the answer to faster disaster relief, better healthcare and a more connected world.
If you'd like to lighten your pockets, but you're not quite ready to embrace mobile wallets, Coin is the payment alternative you've been looking for.
A healthy mix of mobile technology and cloud-based data storage is the perfect prescription for improving the welfare of everyone in the world.
Flexible smartphone screens open up interesting possibilities for app developers and users, especially those who have broken a phone or two in their day.
Everyone from startups to major financial institutions are duking it out for a piece of the mobile payments landscape, but who has the resources and tech savvy to reign supreme?
UpTo is a well-designed calendar app that combines your existing date keeping software and your social network. See why it's so popular.
Wrist tech is getting smarter, but is the general public interested in learning more about smartwatches, fitness trackers and health monitors?
LinkedIn's email enhancement is the first of its kind, and so are the security and privacy issues that come with it.
Some may doubt whether or not there's a market for wearable tech, but history says it'll do just fine.
Phonebloks and Motorola are setting out to change the way the world thinks about mobile phones, piece by piece.
The upcoming Android OS will create a powerful and seamless operating experience across old and new Android phones, but SMS app developers may be less than thrilled about it.
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Ever wanted to be a Jedi? Some new brainwave-reading devices are unharnessing our mind power.
Who needs a personal trainer when you’ve got your entire social network holding you accountable for your fitness goals?
Proteus Digital Health invented an ingestible chip that makes it easier for doctors and patients to monitor the effectiveness of prescriptions.
Mobile sales enablement tools are helping car and motorcycle dealerships close more deals.
The gap between iOS and Android apps is getting a little bit smaller, thanks to some helpful tools for app makers.
Fonts are the biggest "small" design decisions you'll make for your app. Here are some things to keep in mind when selecting your typefaces.
This tiny chip is bridging the gap between the physical world and the World Wide Web.
The Internet of Things encompasses billions of devices, trillions of dollars and a massive improvement to our quality of life. Now if only the powers that be could put it in motion.
Developers seem indifferent to the arrival of smaller smartphones, but manufacturers are hoping consumers will get a bit more excited.
Apple's newest and most powerful tablet makes it easier to imagine a future without desktop and laptop computers.
While Windows tries to win over iPad users, Apple is taking aim at Microsoft’s bread and butter, software.
The impressive processing power of Apple's 64-bit A7 chip is blurring the line between mobile devices and desktop computers.
PayPal is stepping out of eBay’s shadow to join the mobile payments race by making several bold moves into our app and in-store transactions.
A new development standard could bring us a lot closer to a Knight Rider-style relationships with our vehicles.
iOS 7 might be the most divisive Apple operating system yet, and it’s all thanks to software restrictions and their desire to win over the next generation of users.
There's a lot of chatter going on about the potential of Android's latest operating system. The question is, how much of it is true?
Look beyond the cool factor and see why Touch ID has the potential to be much more than an iPhone 5s sales gimmick.
Getting ready to migrate your app from iOS 6 to iOS 7? Our developer tips, a quick design guide and insightful video support is here to help you.
Say goodbye to those bulky binders, Audi's iOS app helps owners operate and maintain their vehicles like never before.
Why should developers give Chromecast a closer look? Its great SDK, incredible ability to stream and potential for wide consumer appeal.
Users can now interact with their phone without touching it, but developers are still waiting for that capability.
New tech aims to keep batteries from holding smartphones, wearables back.
From tracking blinks to monitoring blood sugar, technological innovations are keeping drivers focused.
Augmented reality is not quite a reality, but advances in microelectronics, cloud services, wireless connectivity and eyewear could take AR mainstream.
Thinking more at the beginning of a project makes for a superior user experience in the end.
Take a look at these examples of the new OS's potential.
The tech in your smartphone can also improve medical outcomes and prolong lives.
The social network could be a serious threat to PayPal and other mobile wallet services.
From desktop-quality processing to fingerprint detection, here's what to expect from the iPhone 5s and 5c.
Apple's iOS 7 won't just be strange and new to iDevice users. It'll also present serious challenges to even the most seasoned mobile developers.
Insurance, like other industries, has been slow to adapt to the mobile revolution – here's how to reap the benefits of that oversight.
Four new wearables are giving us better hearing, better vision and better health.
It's time for one last round of speculations before the big reveal.
Physical controls bring Apple one step closer to having a bonafide game console.
The iOS 7 improvement no one's talking about: how easy it now is to develop games for the iPad, iPhone and iPod Touch.
iDevices aren't just getting OS X's AirDrop — they're getting a better version of it.
Vodio works great on both platforms, but in two uniquely different ways.
YouTube recently relaunched their iOS app, and we asked mobile designer Eric Celedonia how it stacks up.
iDevices can finally update themselves, discreetly improving users' experiences.
Apple's making it easier for iDevices to do multiple things at once.
With help from NFC technology, you could soon pay with the flick of your wrist.
The transition from iOS 6 to iOS 7 will impact app makers most of all.
IFTTT's new mobile app brings a new kind of interaction to iOS.
Sensor kits offer mobile developers a handy and inexpensive launching pad for the Internet of Things.
Recent survey data from back-to-school shoppers underlines the importance of having a functional mobile presence.
See how app developers are increasing the accessibility and affordability of health care.
Street View and other popular features are finally available on the iPhone and iPad.
Bluetooth's new low energy technology will help iOS users find their way.
Wireless giants like AT&T and Verizon are thinking less about calling plans and more about R&D.
The future of medicine is closer than you think — you could even be wearing it now.
Scientists in Taiwan have redefined what it means to watch what you eat.
With cloud infrastructure support, Google's given Android developers a shortcut.
Android Studio offers a new development environment, one that will potentially overshadow Eclipse.
We're close to the launch of the biggest shift in iOS history. How is the design community handling the overhaul?
A look at Apple's new audio feature for iOS 7 — and what it means for developers and users.
Mobile devices and websites are the new car salesmen and dealerships.
Cloud-based computing is following us from our desktops to our dashboards and everywhere in between.
Will innovations like Chromecast and Apple TV make it easier for cable customers to cut the cord?
The company that started as a security cautionary tale has become a leader in password protection.
Apple's appearance at E3 is more proof that it's time for Nintendo, Playstation and Xbox to take iOS as a serious competitor.
With the iOS 7 update, Apple's improving one of the iPhone's most popular features.
NFC is getting off to a slow start, but its potential continues to spark the imagination of developers.
From Samsung to Apple, tech leaders are trying to make our touchscreens touch free. Should they?
Banks are taking advantage of mobile tech to improve services and offer an enhanced customer experience.
Crowdsourcing apps go a lot deeper than Kickstarter campaigns. Is your company losing out by not using it?
Smartphones and tablets may be equally mobile devices, but that doesn't mean they serve the same purpose.
See how app developers and mobile device manufacturers are taking voice recognition technology beyond Siri.
Google Now for iOS aims to compete with Siri, but does the impact of its release mean something more for these rival platforms?
With many companies struggling to find an audience for mobile wallets, does this Stanford University start-up really stand a chance?
Many believe the advantages of Glass will trump cost, data and privacy concerns.
Smartphones and tablets can reduce healthcare costs and make hospitals more efficient.
Mobile devices help brick-and-mortar stores stay competitive with online shopping sites.
Are hybrid apps worth all the hype? The experts say yes.
With different screens and processors, it's about time the iPad and iPhone get their own operating systems.
Hands-free devices are helping our brave public servants stay safe in the line of duty.
The rest of the web is finally starting to see why Steve Jobs had so much faith in HTML5.
Meet the heads-up display that will save you money, increase your safety and cooperate with your smartphone.
After a successful Kickstarter campaign, SmartThings brings home automation to the mobile masses.
Startups and corporations alike are trying to bring the Internet of Things into our homes.
"Wearables" may be the technology buzzword at the moment, but you shouldn't dismiss scannables yet.
Ford is moving away from touchscreen dash systems for a more tangible driving experience.
With hours of video content being created every second, there's finally an app to help us sift through it.
Enterprise-level development teams may finally have the Android build tools they’ve been waiting for.
As some smartphone manufacturers modify their devices to get ahead, HTC is focusing on the customers these companies leave behind.
From tablets to podcasts, technology is getting a gold star in our nation's schools.
Personalized suggestions are gaining the attention of developers, users and marketers, and for good reason.
As mobile devices become a larger part of our driving experience, will they come standard?
As these social video apps mature, marketers are starting to see them as valuable tool.
See which Android apps put the user first.
Forget the old iCar rumors. Apple doesn't want the whole car — just the dashboard.
Can the new app use its interactive video platform to take on YouTube?
The Windows team hopes device integration is the key to reclaiming their former dominance.
Google Glass has already made “wearables” a household term, but how else will this innovative eyewear alter the technology landscape?
Will Google Glass change the way we see the world or just change the way we see Google?
Are people ready to leave their wallets at home? Not in the U.S., at least not yet.
As mobile wallet use grows, marketers are clamoring to get their hands on buyers valuable information.
Mobile devices can do more than you thought, like reshape entire industries.
When will mobile operating systems literally take the wheel in our vehicles? Sooner than you think.
From the 4" iPhone 5 to the 6.44" Sony Xperia Z Ultra, we examine the screen trends of the smartphone market.
The first wave of Glass apps are here and these are the ones that caught our eye.
The Google Glass Developer Kit is on its way. What will this mean for the Android market and independent developers alike?
Now more than ever, Apple's focused on great design — regardless of what you might have heard.
NASA has launched three satellites using off-the-shelf smartphones. What does this mean for the future of space exploration?
Google Play Services make Android devices run smoother for end users and developers.
Google has released Glass' source code. The app possibilities are endless (as long as they're not pornographic).
Does this Japanese startup have what it takes to take on Google?
With hackers lurking around our laptops, tablets and smartphones, where will they strike next?
From braille text messaging to screen reading, we're examining the ways smartphone manufacturers are investing in the disabilities market.
The cruise industry is staying afloat with apps, tablets, wristbands and other technological enhancements.
Meet the Nike+ Accelerator startups that caught our eye during Nike WHQ Demo Day.
Can Yahoo make a new name for itself in the mobile space? A couple successful apps and some strategic acquisitions would say so.
Want to send a tweet or email, just by thinking about it? Advances in brain computer interface technology could make your wishes come true.
Apple's 2013 developer conference reveals new operating systems, greater integration and one remarkably powerful cylinder.
Are passwords becoming a thing of the past? Your biology could hold the key to safer information.
It's that time of the year, when speculations abound about what will be revealed at Apple's WWDC.
LinkedIn left HTML5 in the dust for a faster native app. Are they the first of many?
Does Ouya have what it takes to shake up the video game console market?
Smartphones and tablets. Desktops and laptops. Tomorrow's all about how devices come together.
Does our social-media-addicted culture need a camera that takes 2,880 pictures a day? Memoto hopes so.
From Google Glass up top to Nike+ Sport Sensors underfoot, we’re exploring the latest in wearable technologies.
Is Facebook losing its appeal for developers? See how mobile may overthrow the king of social media.
Augmented reality means smarter cars and smarter drivers. Read on to see where it'll take us.
Is there enough room in the mobile operating system market for Mozilla Firefox?
Vehicle technology has come a long way since power steering. Learn where the auto industry is heading.
Many have asked how Glass works for users. Now a developer shares how it works for him.
While mobile marketing was once brand-centric, it must now be customer-centric. See how you can adjust.
I/O '13 bypassed the wow factor of previous I/Os, instead introducing services that minimize tech dependency and maximize user experience.
The issue of information governance is fast becoming a crucial concern thanks to growing support for BYOD.
Making an app visually appealing and easy to use (in no particular order, of course) should be a top priority. Here are five developers who got it right.
What started with smartphones has now moved to laptops, TVs, car dashboards, game consoles, watches and, yes, refrigerators.
The hotly anticipated app Twitter Music helps users discover new music based on tweets and followers. But since its release, the app has been generating a different kind of buzz.
Facebook Home turns people's phones into the social network. But is that what they want?
Android racked up 75% of smartphone sales at the end of last year. We take a look at how it happened.
To what extent is it necessary to marry the mobile and social aspects of professional sales activities? Aberdeen’s recent research has the answer.
In 2008, touchscreens were enough to put jaws on the floor. Oh, how the times change.
Sales teams are the lifeblood of every business out there aiming to turn a profit on their products. It's therefore in the best interest of these organizations to equip their teams with the right sales tools.
If you're in software, an industry that creates more buzzwords per annum than every other tech sector combined, you've likely heard the phrase "user-centered design." Here's why it's not just another bland corporate phrase.
Google Hangouts has quickly grown to become one of Google's most popular products. We explore three ways it can be integrated into mobile marketing.
Contemporary in-dash systems range from moderately confusing to downright indecipherable. Wired (and automakers) say it's the users' fault. We disagree.
The backlash has begun. A new blog seeks to show the limited appeal of Google Glass, raising questions about how widespread its appeal really is.
Mobile payments are seeing incredible growth in today's market thanks to Google Wallet, Paypal and Amazon Payments. With the unparalleled proliferation of mobile devices, it's easier than ever to make a sale.
Nike has orchestrated a bold yet calculated move by diving into the mobile technology market, and so far it's paid off. So take a cue from Nike and "just do it."
Steve Jobs once dreamed of an Apple iCar. And while that's yet to be the "one more thing," Apple has made progress by integrating Siri technology into a wide variety of cars.
Location-based marketing is a perfect example of the opt-in revolution: you can target users, but only if they choose to give you their info. So how can you entice them?
It’s the mindset during creation and iteration that leads us to the differences between wireframes and visuals, not the deliverables themselves.
How to address the fundamental, user-driven shift from reach- and frequency-driven ads to those focused on the user experience.
Enterprise adoption of Microsoft's newest operating system has been tepid at best. But that was all before the Surface came along.
Leap Motion could fundamentally change how users interact with mobile devices, taking them from touchscreen to touchless.
QR codes have become a hot — if not gimmicky — trend. Will they be unseated anytime soon?
Ubuntu may be an upstart in the mobile industry, but the platform's desktop heritage gives it an instant start in a space Apple and Microsoft have owned since the beginning.
There are plenty of reasons to think iOS 7 may be Apple's biggest rollout yet. With Android taking market share, Microsoft upping their game and Blackberry fighting for its life, it's easy to see why.
Tizen has raised plenty of questions since Samsung and Intel announced the mobile OS. Is it merely a contingency plan or an industry shakeup in the making?
A mobile device's app ecosystem has come to define its success or failure. While sideloading certainly benefits Blackberry now, will it hurt mobile developers in the long run?
While facts about Android's Key Lime Pie update have been hard to come by, the rumor mill has been working overtime to produce some intriguing possibilities.