New law requires state law enforcement get warrant or other court order to obtain digital data held by companies, track GPS location or search mobile devices. The post California Now Has the Nation’s Best Digital Privacy Law appeared first on WIRED.
Passion. Exuberance. Purpose. Technology. It's rare those come together as well as they did today on stage with Microsoft. I've watched a lot of press events recently. In my job as Managing Editor of Mobile Nations, that tends to happen. Show More Summary
Mobile payments are continuing to grow in popularity thanks to major players like Apple, Samsung and Google all making recent moves in the space. According to Forrester, U.S. mobile payments to national brands and local merchants will swell to $142 billion by 2019 from $52 billion in 2014. Show More Summary
The National Institutes of Health has awarded $9.75 million to UCSF over the next five years to launch a mobile health research platform called Health ePeople that will enable investigators to conduct mobile and wireless health research in a less costly, more streamlined manner. The platform builds off the previous success of Health eHeart Study, which harnesses the... Read More
A week of anticipation, resolved and pending. The word of the week is 'anticipation'. We saw the resolution of that concept in Google's announcements of the new Nexus 5X and Nexus 6P, along with a shiny new Pixel C tablet and updated Chromecast media streamers. Show More Summary
Montefiore and Einstein earn $3.3 million grant from the NIH to research the impact of cognitive training on the mobility of sedentary seniors.
In a highly fragmented healthcare industry, National Pharmacies sees digital ties to its customers as critical to building loyalty online or in stores.
Greetings all! Time for the Mobile Nations Community Update, your monthly look at the best contests, recent happenings, hottest forum threads, and more from Android Central, Connectedly, CrackBerry, iMore, and Windows Central.
Vodafone is Australia’s third largest mobile telco, trailing stronger competitors Optus and Vodafone. TPG is a telecommunications company with a strong national data network and plenty of existing high-speed infrastructure. The two have...Show More Summary
Just a couple days left to enter! If you haven't already, watch the video and see what you can win and how to enter! This summer saw the launch of the latest addition to Mobile Nations, Kicked.tv. Bringing you a weekly look at the top...Show More Summary
The world’s largest travel review company wants to roll out its instant hotel booking platform over mobile devices in Australia and use its purchase of the nation’s largest online restaurant booking group to help it expand in Asia.
TodayTix, the mobile app for theater tickets, has already gotten applause in New York and London. Now it plans to open in some key U.S. cities, as part of what its founders say is a "pretty... To view the full story, click the title link.
Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba Group Holding Ltd. said Tuesday that it is investing in an Indian mobile payments company in its latest investment in the South Asian nation’s booming startup industry.
The week was quiet until it wasn't. Normally, when there's a scheduled Apple-related event, be it a press announcement or a product release, the rest of the tech world lays low, avoiding their exciting news from getting buried under the breathless coverage of a fawning press. Show More Summary
I seem to be doing a lot with Ford Motor Company recently. First it was the terrific 2016 Platinum Adventure Tour through Yellowstone National Park, and yesterday it was a tech demo for the Front Range Bloggers group on Facebook that I run. Show More Summary
As the pope traveled from the White House to St. Matthew’s Cathedral along the National Mall on Wednesday, a little girl evaded what the New York Times called “one of the largest mobilizations of security officers in American history,” made her way past the barricades separating the pope from the crowds, and got the pope’s attention. Show More Summary
Mobiquity Networks, a wholly owned subsidiary of Mobiquity Technologies, Inc., powers a leading national location-based mobile advertising and app engagement network. Now the company has announced its new partnership with Mobeam. Mobeam is a leader in in-store mobile barcode beaming technology. Show More Summary
Starbucks has cut out one of the biggest obstacles between your face and a latte: the line. As of today, Starbucks' popular Mobile Order and Pay option is available on its iOS and Android app to use at participating locations nationwide -- a total of 7,400 stores -- the company announced in a statement. Show More Summary
Mobile order-and-pay is still rare, but could become more common as fast-food chains look to keep up with changing expectations
Celebrate the World Cup in style with the most realistic Rugby game on mobile – Rugby Nations 16! Live events and fantastic new gameplay will get you into the celebratory spirit just in time for the biggest Rugby event this year. Brand...Show More Summary