News360, a news reader app which learns about its users' interests to personalise results, has introduced a series of editions for countries outside the US, including a UK version.
Expect to see broadcasters using unmanned cameras more during 2014.
2 years ago it was "nice to have" a mobile strategy for large and medium-sized companies. But today the reality is that a mobile strategy is a must-have for all businesses of all sizes.
As much as mobile is poised to keep growing in 2014, old desktop habits die hard — especially during business hours.
Ampp3d, Trinity Mirror's new project for "socially-shareable data journalism", launches today to "explore both the day's news agenda and a range of topics that people care passionately about", according to the site.
Like watching a building collapse in slow motion, a Twitter account run by a group of German historians provides hour-by-hour updates of the horrors of Kristallnacht, which culminated in a night of anti-Jewish terror 75 years ago in Nazi Germany that plunged the country on a path to the Holocaust.
IDC published its third-quarter 2013 smartphone market share and sales estimates today.
In News Republic, Mobiles Republic has built one of the few Android news apps that truly makes use of larger touchscreens.
Is this the end for Hints From Heloise? No, the nationally syndicated household-hints column is still up and running. But I imagine that after Tuesday, it’ll have a bit more competition.
Twitter users are reporting you can no longer include links in direct messages to other users. Direct messages are the only private means of communication on the otherwise public messaging network.
For a long time, "digital" and "interactive" have been used interchangeably in the marketing world.
I may sound like a broken record when I consistently reference this phrase in my weekly column: “mobile is the only under-hyped thing in tech.”
Erie Times-News and www.GoErie.com, based in Erie, PA, owned by Times Publishing Company, announced that it has released new tablet apps for the iPad and Kindle Fire, new smartphone apps for iPhone and Android, and HTML5 mobile web to its readers. These mobile apps are available for download in the respective app stores and are ready for use.