Amex allows users to sync their credit cards to Twitter, giving them access to special offers which can be purchased through tweeting a hashtag.
The industries growth is largely attributed to mobile, social and video spending, a third of which is spent in the Asia-Pacific region, and is expected to continue through 2014.
Additionally, children aged 8 through 18 spend an average of 7.5 hours a day using entertainment media on various devices.
Many in the United States allow their vacation days to go unused, usually due to the fact that most cannot afford to travel.
44% feel worse off in 2011 than they did in 2010, and many are changing food and beverage habits to make ends meet, among other conclusions.
Imagine a microchip that reacts to new information the way the human brain does. IBM announces development on technology that can do this.
Grant McCracken comes to the realization that the design of Lincoln cars is anything but evolutionary.
A study shows that Americans aren't so keen on outfitting their homes with solar panels that could be used to produce carbon dioxide-free electricity.
A string of commercials by American brands advertising American values, curated by A Continuous Lean.
In today's column from luxury magazine, Monocle, we learn that as the United States reaches its debt limit, its Obama's slow-yielding attempts at turning around the recession that are being blamed.
A form and function mash-up creates unique shades from upcycled skateboards.
The President of Belarus pushes a statewide ban on Facebook in an effort to prevent protesters to organize their political protests via the social media outlet.
The breakdown of the numbers surrounding the daily life of women in active duty provides a sobering look at the obstacles they must overcome.