Price of Digitization
December 6, 2022
Social Media Seen as Mostly Good for Democracy Across Many Nations, But U.S. is a Major Outlier
As people across the globe have increasingly turned to Facebook, Twitter, WhatsApp and other platforms to get their news and express their opinions, the sphere of social media has become a new public space for discussing – and often arguing bitterly – about political and social issues. And in the mind of many analysts, social media is one of the major reasons for the declining health of democracy in nations around the world.
January 12, 2022
A Mobile-First World
2021 was another blockbuster year in mobile, following a pandemic-induced catalyst to mobile habits in 2020. 2022 is set to blow past records in a transformed economy reliant on digital socialization, hybrid work and entertainment from the palm of your hand. A mobile-first strategy is a prerequisite for success in our transformed economy. A data-informed strategy is the fuel that will take you there.
May 21, 2021
Convenience vs. Security: What do consumers prioritize when choosing mobile apps?
Mobile apps walk a tightrope between privacy and convenience. Whether it’s an app to track health, stay in touch with friends, play games, or exchange funds, users often share personal data in exchange for a better, tailored app experience.
January 24, 2021
Apps made our lives convenient. But does that justify the kind of data they collect from us?
What most users might not be aware is that apps collect and share a lot of information about them. The banking, food ordering, stock market, ecommerce, cab-hailing, social media and other apps routinely gather more information than they need. This is par for the course in this corner of the software world.
January 24, 2019
American Screen Time
We all know many people have to look at computer screens for large portions of the work day. But it’s the amount of time we spend on screens (television, computer, tablet and phones) at home that’s wreaking havoc on our brains, our bodies, and our personal relationships.