U.S. officials are currently in talks with tech leaders like Facebook, Apple, and Google, which could assist in tracking people's whereabouts using their phones' location data.
Most Americans (60%) now believe major Web companies do more to divide the country than to unite it, while only 11% believe the reverse to be true.
Apple will expect developers to clearly display consent language in the user interface of their apps if they want to reach consumers via push notification.
More aggressive that most categories, marketing leaders in the healthcare sector expect to double their share of spending on mobile over next five years.
Parents will be able to control how long their teens spend on TikTok each day, who can message their kids, and what sort of content shows up in their feeds.
Flipboard TV is a new service that the news aggregator plans to populate with content from publisher partners.
As podcasts continue to reshape the mobile landscape, Spotify just agreed to buy The Ringer -- a media company that specializes in sports news and commentary.
The tech titan said it sold $56 billion in phones last quarter -- which was up 8% year-over-year.
Brands are finding success by connecting personally with millennials via social media, and leveraging a symbiotic relationship between their use of mobile and continuing interest in physical-store shopping, finds Roth Capital Partners' latest survey of the cohort.
Google's strong showing points to the increasing prominence of video-based apps, including the new Disney+ service, launched last quarter.