Sometime around 2011 or 2012, it suddenly became very easy to predict what people would be doing in public places: Most would be looking down at their phones. For years, mobile phones weren’t much to look at. The screens were small, and users needed to press the same key several times to type a single letter…
Transport for London is talking to communications companies so mobile phone coverage can be extended throughout London Underground.
Families and individuals are encouraged to take a break from technology on 28 June 2015.
Infographic showing how to keep children safe when they use a smartphone
Smartphone shoppers do a lot of browsing, but hardly buy anything
Parents Cite Peer Pressure as the Number 1 Reason for Buying
Nude pictures leaked from iCloud are only the tip of the online security issues facing website owners.
Smartphone uptake driving ‘impulse purchases’ according to a Europe-wide study of mobile money habits
Responsive web design is necessary for mobile devices. But very little business activity happens on mobiles. You could be time wasting.
The UK and the US are divided by attitudes to mobile marketing
iPhone, iPad and iPod touch users who are looking for an incredibly useful — and extremely secure — solution that helps them easily save and share what they see and think everyday, can now download SecureKeep from iDeskCentric Inc.
Will people use the new security measures in the new iPhone to help them have extra-marital affairs?
Smartphones are now the main way of accessing email. If your emails are not mobile friendly expect lower results.
Infographic Asking Have Phones Killed Conversation?
Infographic looking at whether phones have killed social conversation
From travel budgeting to currency trading to the concept of a cashless society, a number of mobile trends are gathering steam in the finance space
Infographic showing how big data is in physical terms
EPiServer study shows mobile is becoming the de facto browsing and buying method in the home and on the go
Stats Reveal Why iPhone Users Have More Friends
Troubles at traditional retailers suggest online businesses need to adapt