For the first time, ClickZ is at the Consumer Electronics Show, checking out the various innovations and reporting about the ones that matter most to marketers.
The evolution voice search indicates the verbal communication is on its way to becoming the next great marketing channel. How can brands use orally driven tech to engage with audiences?
Now on tap makes everything from text messages to social media posts searchable, and these new search capabilities could give apps the stickiness and functionality they've been missing.
At this week's Mobile World Congress, Pizza Hut and Visa rolled out plans for a connected car that allows users to order, pay, and have pizza delivered right to their cars using beacon technology.
In a New York Social Media Week panel called "10 Years of Digital," Mashable CEO Pete Cashmore unveiled a new marketing tool that will let brands scan the Web to predict trending news before it breaks.
As devices get smaller and voice search starts to replace traditional search, the way users request and view information on the Web is rapidly changing. How will you adapt?
It's more important than ever to have a mobile-friendly website, especially if you want to rank well in Google's results.
Last Thursday, Amazon quietly released Echo, a device that uses voice command technology to answer questions, play music, and make shopping lists. Will the company take the next step to voice-controlled shopping?
A look at Apple, Google, and Microsoft's voice search programs and how they stack up against each other. Which one comes out on top?