The Marketing 101 dictum to define yourself by markets rather than technology isn't especially useful as a business rule.
The increase in myopia in young people is down to the rise of smart phones, one British eye surgeon claims.
A U.K. eye surgeon insists that the incidences of advanced myopia have increased 35 percent since the launch of the smartphone.
While NBC continues to receive deserved criticism for its Olympic myopia by refusing to show events live on TV, it's the advertisers who are complicit and therefore have the power to change NBC's habits.
According to its Japanese distributor, this miracle device uses "ultrasonic technology" to fix near-sightedness and myopia. Good luck with that.
A young Chinese man who constantly texted his girlfriend at night has emergency surgery for something more associated with the elderly, report says.
Speaking at the Fortune Brainstorm conference, Microsoft's new CEO says he can learn from Google because it markets its moonshot products well. But what did he really mean?
24/7 Wall Street insists that the BlackBerry brand is at death's door. However, it predicted the same thing in 2012.
Kane Zipperman's girlfriend cheated on him, but wants him back. His posting of their exchange is less communication and more a certain art. But is it real?