New research takes a look at how brick-and-mortar stores can keep customers from pointing-and-clicking their way out the door.
By Jim Donovan: Whether you’re a habitual “to-do” list creator or are notorious for being late, getting organized may be right at your fingertips. The March 2013 issue of ShopSmart magazine, from Consumer Reports, identifies […]
After an outcry on social media last month, Instagram apologized to its users for what it called “confusing language.” It has now revised its terms of service, but may have already lost half of its Instagrammers.
First, it was dog shaming. Now, there’s an app that allows for sick shaming.
Using apps to help you shop this holiday season? You’re not alone.
There are a number of apps available to help shoppers navigate deals, leave tips and advice for other shoppers, compare prices and find family members after a long day of shopping.
A local cemetery wants visitors to know who is buried in it’s hallowed ground, and yeah, there’s an app for that.
Sick of proud parents inundating your Facebook newsfeed with photos of their infants? There’s an app for that. No, really.
A Philadelphia pizza shop is getting a big sales boost with a smartphone app that gives customers another way to order a pie; and it could be a way for other small businesses to get in on mobile money.
Wharton grads are behind a startup company that creates made-to-measure menswear for a dressed-down price.
There are over a half million apps in the App Store – and prices fluctuate all the time. Well now, there’s an app to keep up with the sales.
Need car assistance? Download one or both of these new free apps from Nigro’s Auto Body.
It’s no longer just your home computer that’s being targeted — malware is making its way to your smartphone, too.
Some smartphone apps are free, but there’s a price to pay.
Ever wanted to build your own app, using your smartphone? Well with the AppBuilder by Jampot Technologies, you’ll be able to.