Prizemo is launching a new game show, “Show You the Money,” that allows players to win cash and prizes for correct answers to trivia questions by sending text messages or playing online.
Verizon Wireless today officially launched the Blitz, a feature phone designed for heavy text messaging users.
Mobile phone users, like those who use laptops, have had a problem that just won’t go away.
Intuit announced that its popular QuickBooks software is now available for the Apple iPhone and for Research In Motion’s BlackBerry devices.
It’s a home buyer’s market, so why not give them tools to find the right place when they’re on the go? That’s what Trulia.com is offering.
Beginning today, TV viewers will start seeing Alltel Wireless’ “Chad” in a new light.
Mac guy, meet lawyer guy. An angry iPhone customer, Jessica Alena Smith, is suing Apple because of problems with her phone’s reception.
It will surprise no one that Nokia’s mobile phone browser is the world leader.
Hutchison Whampoa reported better-than-expected first-half net profit, as the conglomerate run by tycoon Li Ka-shing posted a smaller loss.
ZTE USA has unleashed its C79 handset on the U.S. market via MetroPCS.
American consumers are buying 13% fewer mobile phones than a year ago, but revenue from those sales is only down 2% to $2.4 billion because of higher prices.
Motorola announced new low-end phones today and saw the resignation of a top product executive.
Cutting salaries is one way the newspapers are coping, but they’re looking at other areas to gain more revenue.
As wireless data networks and services become more mature, mobile handset manufacturers are integrating more multimedia functions.
Serious contenders are teeing up to attract developers to their preferred flavor of open source.
The consensus among experts in Apple enterprise integration is that the iPhone is coming – so companies should prepare for it now rather than be surprised later.
Apple yesterday released a firmware update for its problematic new iPhone 3G but isn’t saying what exactly the new software does.
ClairMail is developing several new applications and anticipates receiving additional venture funding soon, CTO Peter Madams said yesterday.
Blueapple.mobi is coming out of stealth mode with a new name and redesigned online and mobile services.
Sanyo’s Katana Eclipse and Motorola’s Motorazr VE20 are the latest feature phones from Sprint Nextel.
Numerous cell phone blogs reported that Palm recently leaked the details of its next high-end smartphone, the Treo 750, on its own Web site.
HipCricket is working with Univision Communications and Univision Radio to deliver mobile marketing solutions.
You might say The Weather Channel Interactive (TWCi) saw some pretty sunny days this summer, especially during its “Mobile Month”
More than 75% of cell phones now have embedded digital cameras. Will cell phone cameras replace DSCs? The answer is, “Maybe.”