mobile devices

By a variety of measurements, Google is the 800-pound gorilla of the Internet. It is by far the largest U.S. search engine and its various websites, including YouTube, attract the largest U.S....
Paris-listed luxury goods maker LVMH said on Friday that Patrick Pruniaux, vice-president of sales for its TAG Heuer watch division, has left the company to take a job at Apple.
Source: ThinkstockOver the past six months, daily usage of health and fitness apps has grown by 62%, a growth rate that is 87% faster than the mobile apps industry as a whole. That is partly due to...
Radio Shack will partner with PCH International to launch RadioShack Labs, which will provide innovative startups a pathway to consumers through a direct-to-store channel featuring both marketing...
Source: Courtesy of Apple Inc.Now that Apple Inc. (NASDAQ: AAPL) has announced its HealthKit heart and health monitoring software and upgraded iOS operating system that will include capabilities for...
Source: ThinkstockThe team at Merrill Lynch makes many sector calls, one of which is a fresh look at the mobile Internet space. The team says that high mobile usage is bringing upside surprises, and...
With shares hitting an all-time low on disappointing earnings and a chief financial officer's departure, investors should start wondering whether Millennial Media will survive.
Bad news for Facebook: the percentage of teens active on the social media platform fell by 9% last year, according to a global survey of Internet users. Twitter does not have it quite so bad.
For at least one day this year, an app for the iPad generated more revenue for its creator than one of the two most popular games for the mobile device. TurboTax finished number two on the charts.
T-Mobile US, which of late has been calling itself the "Uncarrier," revealed its latest in a series of efforts to shake up the wireless industry: abolishing overage fees. Will its larger rivals take...
Source: Wikimedia CommonsA team of researchers from Samsung Electronics and Sungkyunkwan University in Korea have succeeded in growing a single-crystal layer of graphene at a size that could lead to...
Intel may still be the world's largest chipmaker, but in many ways it is still playing catch-up with consumers' shift away from PCs to mobile devices. So it will establish a $100 million fund focused...
Source: ThinkstockMobile device users spent two hours and 42 minutes of their time on those devices in March, up just 2.5% over March 2013. Of that time spent, 86% was spent using apps, up from 80% a...
Source: ThinkstockSpending on mobile advertising worldwide more than doubled in 2013 to $17.96 billion and 2014 growth is reckoned at 75% to a global total of $31.5 billion. The 2014 total represents...
Source: Samsung ElectronicsThe Mobile World Congress (MWC) has just wrapped up for 2014, and the future is looking decidedly different from today. The saturation of smartphones in to the marketplace...