Posts Tagged 'mobile devices'

Every spring, many winter-weary people get a glimmer in their eye and a bottle of bleach in their hand. For them, it’s time to synergize hygiene and get organized: it’s time for spring cleaning. We could learn a lot from our neat and tidy brethren. For example: we ought to get rid of that coat […]

Older digital devices needn’t be tossed aside. They can get passed along to new users or, with the right imagination, can be used for new applications and projects. Reusing perfectly good electronics is always better than trashing them, but it is important to take a few sensible, yet crucial precautions, before upcycling on that smartphone, […]

Apps have quickly become a favorite element for mobile device users. They allow users to easily access social networks, news, games, even shopping networks. Users become so accustomed and dependent on apps that it might not occur to them that these apps can be a source of distress. Certain users became fully aware of just […]

As our world has evolved, so has our technology. And, as that technology has evolved, so has its consumption. Now more than ever consumers are adopting the newest technological devices and integrating them into their daily lives. One prime example? Smart phones. Once used only to make phones calls and play the occasional game of […]

Americans spend an average of 4.7 hours each day on their smartphones. Seventy-five percent of smartphone users access mobile Internet services through their device(s). These stats speak for themselves, and it’s clear: brands must put mobile first if they want to reach stakeholders online. But what exactly does mobile-first thinking entail when it comes to […]