We all know that at some point the breathless growth of the smartphone market is going to at least slow down. For there will indeed come a point when almost all people who want one have one and then we're left with the replacement market: which ...
Bill Seibel -- I wrote about him in July -- is an unstoppable entrepreneur whose latest venture, Waltham, Mass.-based Mobiquity, helps companies profit from mobile. Based on his work with companies trying to stay ahead of the mobile game, he has ...
Apple's new iBeacon technology is now being rolled out to the company's U.S. retail stores, but it's real promise will only be realized by other retailers willing to offer discounts to shoppers.
An interesting little number from the ongoing smartphone wars. The quarterly sales of Samsung's Note 3, and the Note 3 alone, look like they're approaching 50% of the sales of all of Apple's iPhones put together.
The strong growth in iPad activations over the Black Friday weekend could portend a very robust number of iPads being given on Christmas day.
This Friday is the only day of the year that Apple actually gets (a little) down and dirty and behaves like an actual retailer.
The Times of India is reporting that Apple will launch their new iPads this Saturday.
The proclamations that China Mobile is a big deal are simply wrong. Take a look at the following facts and make a judgment for yourself.