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BlackBerry's 'Priv' Android Phone Will Launch This Year
There's a lot riding on this product.
Study: We Know We're Total Jerks With Our Phones and We Don't Care
Put down the phone, Rudy rude. New findings confirm what we already know: Cell phone etiquette in America is appalling.
An App That Engages Customers Is Not Automatically an App That Makes Money
Deep analytics combined with good intuition for customer behavior are required if the app is to actually result in more sales.
Tweak Your Mobile Marketing With These Can't-Miss Strategies
Mobile has surpassed desktops for online shopping. Marketers need to adjust.
Proceed With Caution: Should Smartphones Come With a Warning?
A recent study from the University of Derby recommends that consumers be given fair warning about the potential addictive properties of mobile devices.
Google Reportedly Preparing to Sell Mobile Phone Plans Directly to Customers
To do so, the tech giant apparently has struck deals with Sprint and T-Mobile.
So What If Its First Phone Flopped? Amazon Is Keeping the Fire Alive Anyway.
Once burned, twice shy doesn't apply. Amazon's not tapping out of the smartphone market just yet.
This Health App Does Everything But Go Jogging for You
The newest iPhone can count your calories, track your workouts and tell emergency room doctors crucial medical history when you can't.
The Secrets to Leveraging the Insatiable Consumer Appetite for Mobile Coupons
Coupons have been popular for generations but mobile devices have taken this venerable marketing tactic into an entirely new realm.
Analyst: Amazon's Fire Phone Simply 'Not Compelling Enough'
Making less of an impact than Amazon hoped, the company dropped the price of the Fire Phone from $199 to 99 cents.