The use of ad-blocking software, which had been stable for a while, grew 10 percent during the fourth quarter of 2015, driven by increasing use on mobile, according to new data from GlobalWebIndex.
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Danish audio and visual brand Bang & Olufsen is adding mobile connectivity to its devices through a new application.
To industry pundits and casual observers, it came as a shock this week when Apple projected that growth for its iPhone sales would hit the slowest pace since 2007, the year of the iconic phone’s release.
French couture label Jean Paul Gaultier is giving consumers a tour of its “factory” through the eyes of digital influencers.
While Apple delivered another monster quarter, warning signals are mounting that the iPhone’s role in buoying results is close to over, drawing attention to the lack of details about sales volume for the Apple Watch.
Since digital media platforms have come into existence, sports brands have used them as mechanisms to shout to their audience. This has resulted in a megaphone for teams and leagues to tell their stories. The conversation has essentially been a one-way experience where teams would hope that fans would find them.
Jeweler Tiffany & Co. is positioning itself as the diamond of choice to pop the question through a series of mobile advertisements across Hearst publications.
Mobile wallet adoption has been slow to catch on, but if developers educate consumers on user experiences, these platforms may hit their stride in 2016, according to a new report from Citi Retail Services.
Last year was another banner year for mobile. Mobile search overtook desktop for the first time, heralding the smartphone as the connected digital device of choice. We also saw further market penetration for new mobile platforms such as wearables and mobile pay.
When it comes to online commerce, the point at which money changes hands has often been the moment a sale falls apart. What was a carefully crafted brand experience becomes off-putting and complicated. There are confusing redirects, forms that clash with the rest of the design, and a lot of sensitive data that needs to be entered.