While mobile users spend much of their time with mobile apps, when they do use the mobile web to search, they are very proactive.
Online auction site eBay fired up its new iPad in-store pickup app with support for Apple's Passbook mobile wallet, the company announced on Thursday. The company also announced several improvements for its apps and website.
Only 9 percent of the top 100 online-only retail stores are using responsive design, finds a recent scorecard from The Search Agency. Instead, 59 percent were using dedicated mobile sites, which loaded faster on mobile devices than their responsive counterparts, according to a recent post at Marketing Land.
As people abandon their PCs for their mobile devices, will the web--that seemingly permanent phenomena of the digital world--become obsolete, destined to suffer the fate of the telegraph?
Mobile apps, once a novelty for early smartphone adopters, have become the main way that U.S. consumers spend their time on their mobile device.
The latest in mobile IT news for Jan. 7, including the compromise Texas Roadhouse reached with employees about personal devices, the Apple app store's best month ever, a report on the increasing access to mobile networks in Western Europe, how some companies plan to consolidate their employees' devices and the best practices employed by Microsoft when it comes to BYOD.
Just make an app! What could be simpler?! Well, maybe a responsive web design could be simpler.
Google is introducing a new version of its Chrome browser for Android, adding new touch gestures letting users more quickly navigate open tabs and access the menu.
Mozilla released the latest update of its Firefox for Android Beta browser, highlighted by a new guest browsing option enabling users to share their smartphone or tablet with others.
Sixty-three percent of U.S. mobile subscribers use their phone to go online, up from 55 percent a year ago and surging from 31 percent in 2009, according to a new survey conducted by the Pew Research Center's Internet & American Life Project.