January 13, 2017
Toy company Hasbro is debuting new “story-driven lifestyle brand” Hanazuki with a digital series which will premiere on YouTube and the YouTube Kids application.
Mobile Minutes: Amazon hiring surge; Apple's antitrust lawsuit; Food stamps at Amazon; Connected kitchens
January 13, 2017
Today in mobile marketing – Amazon plans to add 100,000 new US jobs; U.S. appeals court revives antitrust lawsuit against Apple; Sorry, Wal-Mart. Amazon wants your food stamp customers as well; All the ways to connect your kitchen and laundry room to Alexa.
January 12, 2017
Today in mobile marketing – For heavy unlimited data customers, life just got harder; Third of global consumers open to Google, Amazon banking: survey; Facebook fight against fake news leads to deeper media ties; How Amazon won the voice war — for now.
January 11, 2017
Today in mobile marketing - Facebook challenges $2 billion lawsuit alleging oculus stole key technology; Medicaid’s data gets an Internet-era makeover; Twitter temporarily suspends woman after she reports anti-Semitic messages; Fitbit acquires smartwatch maker Vector Watch.
Mobile Minutes: iPhone's 10th birthday; Google self-driving cars; Facebook diversity; Uber travel data
January 10, 2017
Today in mobile marketing – Apple's iPhone turns 10. Where does it go from here?; Google shows improved self-driving system in Chrysler Pacifica; Facebook’s hiring process hinders its effort to create a diverse workforce; Uber gives cities free travel-time data.
January 9, 2017
Today in mobile minutes – CES is finally open: Here's what you missed; Google pushes virtual reality harder with new phones from partners; Move over mobile phone: the next ad frontier is the windshield; Jesse Jackson to Uber: Release diversity data.
Mobile Minutes: Lyft rides triple; Invincible tech Giants; Advertisers and Netflix; Donald Trump stock tweets app
January 6, 2017
Today in mobile marketing - Lyft rides tripled last year, but remains far behind Uber; Tech giants seem invincible. That worries lawmakers; Barry Diller: Advertisers, embrace Netflix world; This app sends alerts when Donald Trump tweets about stocks you own.
Mobile Minutes: NY Times removed from App Store; Intel's 5G modem; Apple SoftBank investment; Tech and humanity
January 5, 2017
Today in mobile marketing - Apple removes New York Times apps from iTunes store in China; Following Qualcomm, Intel announces 5G modem for phones and self-driving cars; Apple invests $1B in SoftBank Vision Fund; Top 10 tech trends transforming humanity.
January 4, 2017
Today in mobile marketing – Millennials aren't going gaga for baby tech; Samsung Electronics to reveal Galaxy Note 7 probe results this month: JoongAng Ilbo; It’s aye, robot, as driverless cars finally steer near showrooms; Can you put a price on 'freemium' apps?
Mobile Minutes: Galazy S7 camera issues; Facebook’s Safety Check; AT&T's DirectTV Now promotion; Tesla crash detector
January 3, 2017
Today in mobile marketing - Galaxy S7 has a serious new camera problem; Facebook’s safety check, now automated, turns a firecracker into an explosion; AT&T has finally revealed end date for its DirecTV Now promotion; Tesla Autopilot appears to predict crash moments before it happens.
Mobile Minutes: Prive Firefox browser; The iPhone city; 2016 gadget takeaways; Amazon's flying warehouse
December 30, 2016
Today in Mobile Marketing - The iPhone just got a new super-private Firefox browser; How China built iPhone City with billions in perks for Apple’s partner; The big takeaway for gadget nerds in 2016; This is Amazon's patent for a flying warehouse.
December 29, 2016
Today in mobile marketing - Apple keeps constant log of iPhone calls in iCloud, warns cop contractor; Can Alexa help solve a murder? Police think so — but Amazon won’t give up her data; Google combats Holocaust-denying search results with algorithm update; Hulu lands a cache of Disney films for streaming.
December 28, 2016
Today in mobile marketing – Smart gadgets need security. Startups, that's your cue; Sony Music's Twitter hacked, fake Britney Spears death tweets sent; China vows to protect information security ‘using all means’; Don't let Uber and Amazon take over the world: column.
December 27, 2016
Today in mobile marketing – Twitter brain drain pummels stock; Automakers prepare for an America that’s over the whole car thing; Amazon starts flexing muscle in new space: air cargo; Google employee lawsuit questions company's 'don't be evil' ethos.
Mobile Minutes: Uber displaces homeless; Silicon Valley in politics; Twitter's exec exile; Facebook's media problem
December 23, 2016
Today in mobile marketing – Uber's robot cars move in, and the homeless must move along; Silicon Valley reckons with its political power; Some of the recent executive departures from Twitter could be 'involuntary,' Cantor Fitzgerald says; Zuckerberg: Facebook isn't a 'traditional' media company.