The mobile phone browser already is a central part of the mobile application world but is going to become an even bigger element in the future...
Reports surfaced yesterday that Verizon Wireless will wait until 2011 to release a Microsoft Windows Phone 7 device...
Skyfire today submitted a mobile browser to Apple's App Store that it says is capable of playing Flash video.
Apparently, iPhone users were ready for a change, or at least willing to give a new browser a try.
When Opera submitted an iPhone version of its Opera Mini mobile browser to the App Store a few weeks ago, many doubted the app would earn a pass...
Opera, maker of the increasingly popular Opera browser, has submitted a version of its mobile browser, Opera Mini, to Apple's App Store.
An InStat survey shows that despite the downturn in the economy, the smartphone segment of the mobile phone market is growing rapidly. According to the survey, total smartphone sales are expected to reach 412 million units in 2014.
comScore released a study that shows 30.8 percent of smartphone users accessed social networking sites via their mobile browser in January.
While the Apple iPhone sports the Safari browser, that's not stopping Opera Software from showing off how its Opera Mini performs on the iPhone...
Mozilla has officially released a mobile version of its popular Firefox browser for Maemo devices.
Google yesterday rolled out a new browser-based HTML5 version of its popular Google Voice service.
So what does Opera Software plan to do now that it has acquired mobile ad firm AdMarvel? For one thing, it wants to be a friend to the operators.
Apple is in talks with Microsoft about integrating Bing as the default search engine on the iconic device...
Opera Software today released Opera Mobile 10 to operators and OEMs.
According to leaked slides of the OEM.s 2010 roadmap on Endgadget.com, HTC will continue with its impressive line of Windows Mobile and Android devices.
Access presents NetFront Browser, your window to the mobile internet.
Microsoft says a new generation of Windows Mobile phones, operating on Windows Mobile 6.5, will be available on Oct. 6. The new phones will be the first to feature the new operating system (OS).
AdMob released its Mobile Metrics Report for July, focusing on application purchasing patterns for Android and Apple iPhone users.
Microsoft quietly launched OneApp for feature phones yesterday, a mobile applications enabler that runs partially in the cloud.
Research In Motion (RIM) has purchased Torch Mobile, makers of the Iris browser for Windows Mobile.
As the mobile ecosystem continues to accelerate – all forms of “open” are gaining acceptance.
User interface (UI) is a fancy name for how a human being interacts with and controls a piece of technology. On a mobile device, the UI is affected by limitless factors, including keyboard, touchscreen (if it has one), software and operating system, the speed of the network, the devices’ processor and on and on.
Verizon Wireless’ “buy-one-get -one” promotion helped Research In Motion’s BlackBerry Curve move past Apple’s iPhone
NII Holdings, Inc. announced that Nextel Argentina, Nextel Brazil, Nextel Mexico and Nextel Peru will offer the BlackBerry Curve 8350i smartphone.