News and Articles About Mobile

T-Mobile 'Sticks It' to Competition, Will Cover Early Termination Fees
Technology

T-Mobile 'Sticks It' to Competition, Will Cover Early Termination Fees

The nation's fourth largest carrier is offering up to $650 to customers who terminate their contracts with competing carriers and join T-Mobile's fast-growing network.
Geoff Weiss
8 Ways Retailers Should Target Smartphone Users
Marketing

8 Ways Retailers Should Target Smartphone Users

Many sellers missed a big opportunity this past holiday shopping season. Here's what they can do later this year.
Puneet Mehta
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Business Apps to Save You Time - Part 1 of 3
Technology

Business Apps to Save You Time - Part 1 of 3

Looking for ways to save time, work smarter and be more organized? These awesome business apps will take your entrepreneurial excellence to the next level.
Adam Toren
Bitstrips' Founder on the Importance of Mobile and the Year Ahead
Entrepreneurs

Bitstrips' Founder on the Importance of Mobile and the Year Ahead

Bitstrips' CEO Jacob Blackstock talks about the company's soaring growth and plans for 2014.
Kelly K. Spors
After Snapping Up Sprint, SoftBank Sets Sights on T-Mobile
Technology

After Snapping Up Sprint, SoftBank Sets Sights on T-Mobile

The Japanese company is hoping to grow its mobile empire but must overcome antitrust concerns first.
Benjamin Kabin
Apple Seeks Bigger Bite of China's Massive Mobile Market
Technology

Apple Seeks Bigger Bite of China's Massive Mobile Market

Apple has struck a long-awaited, multi-year deal with China Mobile to make its illustrious devices available to the largest mobile network in the world.
Geoff Weiss
What Brands Can Learn About Storytelling
Growth Strategies

What Brands Can Learn About Storytelling

Shane Snow used his journalism background to found an online platform connecting writers and corporate clients. In the process, he's learned how good, old fashioned storytelling can boost branding.
Sarah Max
Facebook Is a Fundamentally Broken Product That Is Collapsing Under Its Own Weight
Marketing

Facebook Is a Fundamentally Broken Product That Is Collapsing Under Its Own Weight

Why Facebook won't be the only winner in the social-mobile world.
Tim Bucher Wants to Build a 'Master Database of Your Life Memories'
Technology

Tim Bucher Wants to Build a 'Master Database of Your Life Memories'

The serial entrepreneur who has worked for Steve Jobs, Bill Gates and Michael Dell has a new startup, and it's about to come out of stealth mode.
Brian Patrick Eha
Yes, You Can Turn a Paper Airplane Into a Smartphone-Powered Jet
Technology

Yes, You Can Turn a Paper Airplane Into a Smartphone-Powered Jet

PowerUp 3.0 attaches to your standard paper airplane, turning it into a high-tech remote-controlled airliner.
Emily Price
Transportation Department Wants to Ban In-Flight Calls
Technology

Transportation Department Wants to Ban In-Flight Calls

Yes, cellphone use on planes would be annoying. But is that annoyance worth a whole new set of rules and regulations?
Ray Hennessey
Apple Becomes China's Third Highest Smartphone Distributor
Technology

Apple Becomes China's Third Highest Smartphone Distributor

The iPhone 5 is the best-selling smartphone around the world, and Apple could be number one in China by January if a deal with China Mobile goes through.
Ansuya Harjani
Why Some Smart Business Moguls Still Use 'Dumb Phones'
Technology

Why Some Smart Business Moguls Still Use 'Dumb Phones'

Forget about the latest iPhone or Samsung device. The Nokia 6310, discontinued more than six years ago, is the phone of the elite.
Brian Patrick Eha
Marketing

Twitter Said to Launch Retargeted Ads Based on Users' Cookies, Location

The combination of data could help increase the relevancy of retargeted ads on mobile devices.
Benjamin Kabin