High-end cosmetics retailer Sephora is using integrated technology to ramp up its in-store experience.
It is no secret that Nokia is taken huge steps to re-enter the wireless market as a major player with the release of its Lumia line of Windows smartphones. However, since launching the Lumia devices, the Nokia N9 Symbian handset is still outselling both Lumia models 3 to 1.
Square's credit-card-swipe accessory for iPads has over 1 million users nationwide (according to USA Today) and now, the Mogul iPad stand intends to make that tablet a more secure POS terminal for retail users.
CNNMoney Tech reported today that the time for wireless reckoning has arrived in the U.S.
When GetJar CEO Ilja Laurs was predicting carriers would lose voice services to VoIP mobile platforms last September, Rogers Communications was listening.
The big story in tech today was Apple's update to its iBooks platform.
News came out today that Verizon Wireless was blocking the Google Wallet mobile payment app for use on its network via the new Galaxy Nexus, which is due for release later this month.
Google is taking its Street View technology -- which allows users to view 360-degree street images when clicking on locations in Google Maps -- inside buildings.
The Wall Street Journal's headline today said it best: Apple Underwhelms With iPhone 4S.
The world of mobile patent suits is complex, as captured in the above diagram made by Mike Bostock (interactive version here). And this is an improvement over a previous flowchart made by Thomson Reuters.
Matt Jurek of TeckGoblin.com reports that Verizon CEO Lowell McAdam is supporting AT&T's controversial acquisition of T-Mobile USA.
Google blogged today about its Google Wallet launch, a new NFC-enabled mobile payment app that will let you "tap, pay and save using your phone."