First News Briefs for December 4, 2012
Insightly, a provider of CRM applications for small businesses, today announced the immediate availability of the free Insightly mobile app for iOS devices. The app is available today for free download from the iTunes App Store and allows users to access customer information from an iPhone or iPad. The mobile CRM application follows the recent general availability of the Insightly web application.
Urban Airship today announced that it has acquired Tello, a company that streamlines the creation and management of passes for Apple Passbook. Tello’s PassTools product has seen adoption since launching on September 19 with customers including local businesses, retailers, professional sports teams and wireless carriers all creating passes for Passbook.
Younity, a personal cloud service, announced its public beta launch of its mobile application today. Younity allows iPhone and iPad users to access files, music, videos and photos across all laptops and desktops, with no plug-in required. As a result, users have a single file system across all different devices, providing access to files no matter where they are stored. The service is free and there are no storage limitations.
Broadcom today introduced three new turnkey solutions that it says will enable OEMs to expedite production of 3G smartphones while lowering development costs. The new platforms are powered by HSPA and HSPA+ processors that have been proven on multiple carrier networks globally and include hardware components and software applications that have been tested and accepted by regional operator requirements. All three platforms are currently sampling to early access partners, with volume production expected in December.