Mobile Minutes: Trump can't save Twitter; Snap spends big on Amazon; Low-tech activism; Airbnb acquisitions
February 10, 2017
Today in mobile marketing – Not even Donald Trump can save Twitter; Snap to spend $1 billion on Amazon cloud services; A low-tech guide to becoming more politically active; Airbnb is in talks to acquire Canada’s luxury retreats.
Mobile Minutes: Tech needs immigrants; Android wearables; Snap's user base; Facebook safety features
February 9, 2017
Today in mobile marketing – Why Silicon Valley wouldn’t work without immigrants; Google says 'Android Wear is not a hobby'; Snap's older user base slowly growing ahead of IPO: analyst; Facebook adds tools for finding help to safety check feature.
Mobile Minutes: Corporate paranoia; Microsoft AI; EU online media subscriptions; Airbnb critiques Trump
February 8, 2017
Today in mobile marketing – Corporate paranoia in the Snowden era leads to a startup boom; Microsoft AI's next leap forward: Helping you play video games; EU moves closer to removing barriers for online media subscriptions; In Airbnb’s Super Bowl ad, implied criticism of Trump’s travel ban.
Mobile Minutes: Tech employees v. Trump; Refugee sues Facebook; Super Bowl drones; Uber flying cars?
February 7, 2017
Today in mobile marketing – Tech opposition to Trump propelled by employees, not executives; Syrian refugee sues Facebook to stop fake news; Check out the drones from Super Bowl 51 halftime show; Uber hires veteran NASA engineer to develop flying cars.
Mobile Minutes: Tech boycotts Breitbart; FCC sponsored data; Uber CEO leaves Trump council; Amazon's big spending
February 6, 2017
Today in mobile marketing – Tech companies' newest cause celebre? Boycott Breitbart; FCC closes 'sponsored data' inquiries; Uber C.E.O. to leave Trump advisory council after criticism; Amazon projects spending that concerns those watching profit.
Mobile Minutes: Social media activism; FCC vote; Microsoft pushes back on Trump; Snap taps immediacy
February 3, 2017
Today in mobile marketing – Disability activists, amplified: Social media gets the job done; FCC to vote on advanced U.S. broadcast TV standards; Microsoft leads pushback against Trump immigration order; Snap’s chief taps into the ‘right now’.
Mobile Minutes: Trump's Facebook Live announcement; History of fashion blogs; Tesla looks beyond cars; Amazon's airhub
February 2, 2017
Today in mobile marketing – Trump names Supreme Court nominee on Facebook Live; Where fashion blogging began; Tesla drops 'Motors' from name as CEO Musk looks beyond cars; Amazon plans $1.5 billion air hub near Cincinnati for fleet.
February 1, 2017
The New York Times is showing no signs of slowing down in its commitment to bringing fact-based journalism to mobile with the debut of a new daily audio series, which will be supported by a subscription text service.
Mobile Minutes: Tech stands against Trump; Dubious iMessages; FCC chair will shrink regulations; Poker-playing computers
February 1, 2017
Today in mobile marketing – Tech calls Trump immigration ban 'bigotry' and 'un-American'; Messages about iMessages, but not from Apple; New FCC chair vows to shrink industry regulations; Inside the 20-year quest to build computers that play poker.
Mobile Minutes: Social media empowers protests; iPhone 7 looking up; Snap chooses NYSE; Trudeau may take US tech workers
January 31, 2017
Today in mobile marketing – The alt-majority: How social networks empowered mass protests against Trump; iPhone 7 may break Apple's losing streak; Snap selects New York Stock Exchange for IPO: source; Canadian CEOs urge Trudeau to take rejected U.S. tech workers.
January 30, 2017
Today in mobile marketing – Google, in post-Obama era, aggressively woos Republicans; Microsoft, Intel, Alphabet results buoyed by cloud boom; Google's harder look at moon shots seems to be paying off; Microsoft's market value tops $500 billion again after 17 years.
Mobile Minutes: Uber and Airbnb; LG ditches removable battery; Microsoft'shuge security investment; IPhone manufacturing
January 27, 2017
Today in mobile marketing – The $99 billion idea; LG G6 ditches removable battery for water-resistant body; Microsoft to continue to invest over $1 billion a year on cyber security; Building iPhones in U.S. is non-starter, says ex-Foxconn exec.
January 27, 2017
Mobile Commerce Daily today - EBay sees mobile growth catching up to desktop; Express caters to contemporary men with whiskey subscriptions.
January 26, 2017
PepsiCo is collaborating with Tastemade to hold a digital content series where three chefs will compete to create "the ultimate football food," with a pair of Super Bowl tickets at stake.
Mobile Minutes: National Parks defiance; Cisco buys AppDynamics; End of bad Wi-Fi; Elon Musk endorses Tillerson
January 26, 2017
Today in mobile marketing – Badlands park tweets fleetingly defy Trump climate views; Cisco to buy AppDynamics for $3.7 billion in growth push; The end of terrible Wi-Fi is near; Electric evangelist Elon Musk tweets endorsement for ex-oil man Rex Tillerson.