The company specializes in mobile video greetings, which can be used in lieu of a paper greeting card or a text message.
What economic slowdown? You wouldn’t know it based on the growth in mobile advertising.
Millennial Media believes it has the secret sauce to accurately determine whether mobile brand advertising is doing its job.
Aruba Networks is inviting customers to use its networks as living laboratories.
Operators are leaving money on the table by not offering more personalized services
The number of texters in the 50-year-old to 64-year-old group is now 20%, up from 13% in 2006.
A new study says mobile device users admit to engaging in risky or inappropriate behavior to access and respond to e-mail during off hours.
Cellular One has selected Scorecard Systems to provide subscriber and service analysis capability across the organization.
Software maker Openwave Systems today announced its new service, Mobile Analytics.
AdMob said today that Apple’s iPhone is now the fourth-ranked phone for Web access around the world.
High-end mobile applications remain vastly under-used by U.S. consumer, according to consulting giant Accenture
ABI Research said the market for ultra-mobile devices will produce $3.5 billion in revenue this year
Some mobile phone subscribers are using the e-mail on their phones as much as they use voice mail.
Even reports of a crummy 3G network experience weren’t enough to keep the new iPhone 3G down, according to a new study.
More than 1 in 4 cellular customers in the United States no longer have a landline phone, J.D. Power and Associates said today.
Most companies are struggling with how to adapt their businesses to serve a new wave of consumers from the Millennial Generation
Customers would rather get their bundled services from telecom providers by a 2:1 margin over cable providers
The CTIA yesterday touted a National Cancer Institute article that deemphasizes the connections between brain cancer and mobile phone use.
Post-paid wireless customers in the United States now send more text messages than they make voice calls.
More than 20 million U.S. telephone households now use wireless only, according to Nielsen Mobile, a service of Nielsen Company.
Mobile search is gaining in both popularity and frequency of use in the United States and Western Europe, according to comScore M:Metrics.
The Nielsen Co. said its new Mobile-PRIZM service will help advertisers target mobile audiences more effectively.
Mobile search-driven traffic continues to rise, with movies and movie listings being the No. 1 most-searched terms in mobile during the second quarter.
Coinciding with Sen. Barack Obama’s history-making moment as the first African-American to accept a major party’s nomination for U.S. president