Wireless industry professionals want to make sure a few bad apples don’t spoil the off-deck content world and all of the revenue opportunities it represents.
Wireless subscriber growth helped the top U.S. phone company AT&T achieve quarterly profits.
This week, digital TV company WRAL and Capitol Broadcasting Company’s (CBC) New Media Group are conducting a field test.
Alltel Wireless is teaming up with Txtstation in an effort to provide unique promotions to fans at select Alltel-sponsored sports properties.
Ringleader Digital wants to play a major role in shaping the future of the mobile advertising space, and it hired a new vice president of product management to help it achieve that.
The WebKit rendering engine faces plenty of competition from commercial browser engines, ABI Research concluded in a new report this week.
Content from VeriSign’s Messaging and Mobile Media, a division of VeriSign, will be made available to the Interop common short code (CSC) gateway.
Here’s a new spin on mobile content, and it doesn’t involve music or a download to the phone.
Agilent Technologies announced new testing products for LTE and W-CDMA/HSPA mobile networks yesterday.
Bango is moving into new, although not entirely unfamiliar territory, with the release of its Bango Analytics v3.0, a mobile site analysis tool to measure unique visitors.
AT&T today announced the availability of AT&T Navigator Global Edition, a GPS-based service that provides U.S. and international navigation capabilities.
Software provider Roundbox is making strides in the Japanese market.
DiVitas Networks is boasting a customer win via Sawtel, a Hartford, Conn.-based VoIP carrier that sells connectivity solutions to institutions and businesses in emerging markets.
To be more specific, where the iPhone “officially” isn’t. Although you will find numerous unauthorized unlocked iPhones in China and Russia
One week after the launch of the Apple iPhone 3G, Melodis is sharing some results of its music-ID service, available through the Apple Apps store.
Spore Origins, the first part of the videogame franchise Spore in which players start with a single-cell organism and evolve it to be intelligent creature living in a custom universe.
Symbian, overwhelmingly the most-used mobile phone operating system, would welcome Google to contribute to Symbian’s open source program.
This week, the Mobile Marketing Association (MMA) released its Global Code of Conduct, a first in the organization’s history.
23half is bringing its Thrrum MMS Search to T-Mobile USA and Verizon Wireless subscribers.
Zumobi’s widgets already work on Windows Mobile phones, but now the company is adding Research In Motion (RIM) BlackBerry devices.
The first public beta version of Opera Mobile 9.5 is now available, Opera Software announced today.
AdMob reports that traffic from the network’s publishers has grown by more than 104% over the last year. The amount of ads it served in June represented an almost 20% increase over May.
Intel reported a Q2 net income of $1.6 billion, or 28 cents a share, compared with a profit of $1.28 billion, or 22 cents a share, for the year-earlier period.
New data from the Consumer Electronics Association (CEA) and the GfK Group suggests that consumers will still be spending on their toys.