Fresh findings from AppOptix show that Facebook's key metrics have remained steady since the Cambridge Analytica scandal first erupted, last month. fresh findings from AppOptix show that Facebook's key metrics have remained steady since the Cambridge Analytica scandal first erupted, last month.
More than half of U.S. consumers have already shifted from desktop to mobile mode -- meaning they expect to get everything they want or need immediately, using all available context, each time they pick up their mobile device. As Forrester sees it, businesses can only meet these expectations if they view mobile as "an enabler of experience transformation" -- something that only 43% of digital business executives confirm their firms have done.
Notwithstanding some stern words from Sen. John Thune (R-SD), lawmakers simply seemed too scattered and tech-illiterate to pin down Zuckerberg.
From privacy worries to security concerns to general tech phobia, not everyone's sold on "mobile wallets." Still, plenty of folks are totally into the idea. Worldwide, a fresh forecast from Juniper Research expects more than 2 million consumers to pay for products and services with a mobile app in 2019 -