Rolling Stone Magazine selected SnapTell’s Snap.Send.Get mobile marketing solution to convert print ads in its magazine into mobile interactive ads.
Software-as-a-service provider Siterra rolled out Version 2.0 of its flagship Collaborative Asset Management product.
Developers can now slash the amount of time it takes to develop and get Palm applications to market.
Electronic Arts (EA) signed an agreement with Japanese gaming publisher Taito for exclusive distribution and licensing rights to Taito’s entire gaming catalog.
For the first time since The NPD Group has tracked handset sales, the research firm reports a decline in U.S. phone sales during the first quarter.
After only one day at the new one-iPhone-per-customer limit, AT&T reverted to its previous practice of three iPhones per customer.
According to a report in The Wall Street Journal, Research In Motion (RIM) is planning to launch a touch-screen BlackBerry in response to Apple’s popular iPhone.
IBM is making BlackBerry versions of its Cognos and Lotus software, the company announced at a Research In Motion (RIM) conference in Orlando last night.
Verizon Communications and AT&T announced they have won contracts with the Department of Homeland Security worth nearly $1 billion.
Six years after its development began, the Bluetooth SIG’s Advanced Audio Distribution Profile (A2DP) is just beginning to find its way into wireless devices.
How will the model of fixed-mobile convergence (FMC) play out in the next few years? From carriers to consultants, the consensus is that FMC will definitely happen.
The middleman is always susceptible to that age-old question: Is it really necessary?
Verizon Wireless is the newest member of the LiMo Foundation, which exists to push the Linux open source operating system onto mobile phones.
Berggi solved a problem for its own business, and now it wants to make its solution available for other mobile application providers.
Microsoft and Research In Motion (RIM) announced an agreement to integrate Microsoft Windows Live services into the BlackBerry platform.
Sybase’s iAnywhere division is porting its SQL Anywhere mobile database to Research In Motion (RIM) BlackBerry devices, officials at the RIM Wireless Enterprise Symposium said today.
Opera Software announced availability of the latest version of its mobile browser Opera Mini.
Alltel Wireless announced that it has awarded its directive advertising account to Omnicom Group's Ketchum Directory Advertising.
Dilithium is well-established overseas, but it’s boosting its U.S. presence with the introduction of the Dilithium Content Adapter (DCA).
Apple is beginning to make its smartphone available to overlapping carriers in various countries.
Research In Motion (RIM) has announced a new top-of-the-line handset, the BlackBerry Bold.
Alcatel-Lucent has announced a global joint venture with India’s largest integrated telecommunications service provider, Reliance Communications.
Also on the heels of the Sprint Clearwire WiMAX venture, cable TV provider Cablevision announced plans to offer high-speed wireless Internet services based on Wi-Fi.
InterNoded will upgrade its flagship Mobile Device Manager to version 4.0 next week, adding major features for security application deployment.