Phonevalley announced the launch of its mobile marketing operations in Russia.
PC market leaders are being threatened by a new computing paradigm, as were their predecessors in minicomputers and their predecessors’ parents in mainframes.
Total movie sales grew 300% from a year ago. They’re quietly chuckling as skeptics question the viability of watching movies on cell phones.
Microsoft’s System Center Mobile Device Manager (MDM) 2008 is now available to AT&T business customers who use Windows Mobile 6.1 smartphones.
Britain’s 2ergo, a provider of mobile marketing solutions, has locked up two major deals in the United States.
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
AT&T cannot force customers to use arbitration to resolve contract disputes and therefore customer Michael McKee can seek a class-action lawsuit
If brands want loyalty, they may continue to be impressed with mobile content sites.
Worldwide sales of mobile phones approached 305 million units in the second quarter of 2008, an increase of 11.8 percent from a year ago.
Cricket Communications announced a $5 monthly service for unlimited mobile video downloads.
Yahoo!’s Zimbra subsidiary today announced an upgrade for its Apple iPhone client software.
Mobile social networking specialist JuiceCaster this week said it now has client software for Research In Motion’s BlackBerry Curve.
A 3,000-person survey conducted by battery manufacturer Nexergy turned up some surprising results, the company announced yesterday.
Nokia has three new smartphones for the U.S. market, including the U.S. release of its flagship video handset, the N96.
BlueAnt today announced a voice-controlled Bluetooth headset using speech recognition chips from Sensory.
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.