Change happens fast in mobile—here's a few from last week you might have missed.
At 2015 International CES, the Smart Watch Marketplace is set to double, while research shows activity trackers are more appealing to users.
The point has tipped as the number of emails opened on tablets and smartphones hits record numbers.
Smartphones become smarter and think for you and big data actually makes sense as technology starts to mimic how the brain sees and thinks.
Galaxy Tab S is lighter, more colorful and "meant for entertainment." It is also meant to compete with the iPad.
M2M connections will outnumber people, and the number of bytes that will make up Internet traffic by 2018 outnumbers history.
Pre-installed McAfee Mobile Security protects against rooting and theft in new LG G3.
Real-time data and local engagement to improve quality of life in Silicon Valley.
Smartphones and beacons help employees make healthier choices.
SAP and the German Football Association collaborate to improve player performance at the World Cup in Brazil.