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3 Lessons Companies Can Learn From the Pokémon Phenomenon
Business Lessons

3 Lessons Companies Can Learn From the Pokémon Phenomenon

Pokémon Go walks consumers to the door of physical locations by keeping them engaged in their quest. That's doing mobile right.
Madhusudhan Gurumurthy
3 Tips for Google's Fancy New Mobile Testing Tool
Mobile

3 Tips for Google's Fancy New Mobile Testing Tool

If your website isn't mobile optimized. you're losing business without even knowing it.
John Lincoln
How Do You Incentivize Kids to Do Better in School? Build a Social Network That Rewards Them.
Radicals & Visionaries

How Do You Incentivize Kids to Do Better in School? Build a Social Network That Rewards Them.

The Küdzoo app provides kids with discounts and gift cards, but an education expert says its community may be key.
Nina Zipkin
Writing for a Mobile Audience: 4 Things to Remember
Marketing Bootcamp

Writing for a Mobile Audience: 4 Things to Remember

Readers using small screens interact with the content you write in a different way.
How This Dad Channeled His Photography Skills Into an Oprah- and Kim Kardashian-Approved Startup
Radicals & Visionaries

How This Dad Channeled His Photography Skills Into an Oprah- and Kim Kardashian-Approved Startup

Professional photographer Allan Shoemake is the co-founder of LuMee, the maker of a popular mobile phone case with front-facing LED lights.
Nina Zipkin
Why This Startup That Raised $1 Million Stopped at a High School Before Releasing Its App
Performance Ignited

Why This Startup That Raised $1 Million Stopped at a High School Before Releasing Its App

The new version of the Wheel Video app launches in the app store today, but it's first group of beta users were teenagers in Oklahoma.
Catherine Clifford
Sprint Steals 'Verizon Guy' for Latest Ad Campaign
Sprint

Sprint Steals 'Verizon Guy' for Latest Ad Campaign

Traitor! At least, that's what the PR departments at Verizon were likely screaming at their TVs.
Google Wants to Create Career-Woman Emojis
Women in Business

Google Wants to Create Career-Woman Emojis

The existing options -- 'princess' and 'bride' -- aren't nearly enough.
Nina Zipkin
U.S. Investigates Security of Mobile Devices
Security

U.S. Investigates Security of Mobile Devices

The Federal Communications Commission and Federal Trade Commission have asked mobile phone carriers and manufacturers to explain how they release security updates amid mounting concerns over security vulnerabilities.
4 Reasons Your Brand Is Behind on Mobile - And How to Catch Up
Performance Ignited

4 Reasons Your Brand Is Behind on Mobile - And How to Catch Up

Companies that fail to maximizing their mobile presence put the future of their business at risk. But that doesn't have to be you.
Momchil Kyurkchiev
Google's CEO Predicts Shift From a Mobile World to an AI World
Google

Google's CEO Predicts Shift From a Mobile World to an AI World

'Looking to the future, the next big step will be for the very concept of the 'device' to fade away,' Sundar Pichai wrote.
Snapchat Turns Collision Conference Attendees Into Small-Business Heroes on National Superhero Day
Snapchat

Snapchat Turns Collision Conference Attendees Into Small-Business Heroes on National Superhero Day

Innovators got in touch with their inner superheroes at the Collision Conference in New Orleans with new free filter.
Erin Schultz
This Car's Tech Wants to Make Sure You Don't Forget Your Wallet
Technology

This Car's Tech Wants to Make Sure You Don't Forget Your Wallet

Tile, a startup that makes Bluetooth-enabled trackers, and Jaguar Land Rover are working together so its vehicles will know where you left your stuff.
Nina Zipkin