Mobile First

Google makes mobile-first indexing the default for all new domains

At the end of 2018, Google said mobile-first indexing — that is, using a website’s mobile version to index its pages — was being used for more than half the web pages in Google searc

Google’s mobile-first search index has rolled out to a handful of sites

Just over a year ago, Google announced a major change to the way its search index will rank sites: it will go mobile-first. As the company explained at the time, Google’s algorithms will eventua

Email is dying among mobile’s youngest users

In case there was any doubt that messaging apps were the future of communication in the mobile-first era, a new study released this morning puts some solid numbers behind their traction – and th

PayPal Is Rolling Out Its New “Mobile First” Website Globally

<a target="_blank" href="">PayPal</a>, the eBay-owned online payments platform that made up some 40% of its <a target="_blank" href="

Mobile-First Enterprise Startup DoubleDutch Raises $4 Million Series B From Floodgate & Others

Enterprise mobile startup <a target="_blank" href="">DoubleDutch</a> has raised $4 million in Series B funding, in a new round led by Floodgate, with participation from Bullpen

Smart Mobile And The Thin Cloud

When HP CEO Leo Apotheker announced that the company was seeking options for its consumer PC business and <a href="

Watch The Mobile First CrunchUp Live Here

Couldn't buy tickets in time or just too far away from Palo Alto? You can stay on top of all the Mobile First Crunchup action with the livestream here (starts at 1 p.m.) and our blog posts throughout

You Can’t Buy Tickets For Our Mobile First CrunchUp, But You Can Watch

The next phase of the web will be ruled by mobile. It's already happening. Just think about how many killer apps and products are mobile-first or mobile-only. This Friday right before our <a href="

Mobile First Speaker LineUp: Joe Hewitt, Omar Hamoui, Kevin Systrom, And More

<img src="" alt="" /> At the end of this month, we are putting on a <a href="