AT&T says smartphone applications and mobile barcodes — those funny-looking, pixilated squares appearing on everything from bus shelters to price tags — will spur innovation and sales in the marketing world in 2012.
The 2012 Harris Poll Youth EquiTrend study measures brand equity as an outcome of familiarity, quality, and purchase consideration among Americans, ages eight to 24.
Let me start with this: PLEASE don’t get all “fan boy” on me. If you think the Uof M vs. MSU rivalry is bloody, you have never encountered the “Apple vs. Google” nerds.
Many of us have smart phones, but are we using them to their full potential?
Commerce Township-based RFA Brands last week announced the launch of Powerbag, a new collection of backpacks, cross-body messenger bags, tablet bags, slings and wheeled travel bags with a built-in charging system that charges your favorite devices on the go.
The age that children are getting their first cell phones is trending earlier in recent years, with many pre-teens entering the cell phone market even before high school.
Government estimates show that at least 30 percent of adults in ten states are ditching traditional landlines to rely entirely on cell phones.
A new National Sleep Foundation study says Americans aren’t getting enough sleep because they’re not shutting off their phones, laptops and video games early enough.
AT&T announced in Detroit that it will bring 4-G service to the Motor City and will be upgrading a number of cell lines in order to increase access.
When your teenager goes to bed, they go right to sleep, don’t they? Not!! Many use the time alone to text their friends.