The company behind the Shop to Lose iPhone app is at it again. This time, the company is launching Eat This?...
The fact that Air Video, an iPhone app from Matej Knopp at inMethod that allows users to stream video from their home computer to their phone, actually works over Wi-Fi is impressive.
Garmin says sales of its personal navigation devices dropped in the first quarter amid increased competition from smartphone GPS apps.
After attending the funeral of a 17-year-old whose automobile accident was because of texting while driving, a Middletown couple decided to do something...
Nokia today went public with its Beta version of Ovi App Wizard, which allows anyone to make a simple app using RSS or ATOM feeds.
Facial recognition technology just got a lot easier for developers to include in their applications.
Mint.com today announced an Android version of its mobile app.
App analytics company Distimo says available apps for the iPad are increasing by the day.
Steve Jobs today published an open letter on Apple's website with some thoughts on Flash and why Apple has resisted the Internet's generally accepted standard for viewing video on the Web.
Apple has acquired virtual personal assistant company Siri, according to an FTC filing asking the agency to let the deal close before the end of a statutory waiting period.
Barnes & Noble today announced enhancements to its Nook eReader that will come via a software update.
Mobile ad network Jumptap is implementing a new platform feature that will enable mobile consumers to manage their own profiles.
Ford today announced a new way to curb distracted driving with the new SYNC AppLink software that will allow hands-free voice control of smartphone apps.
Prepaid carrier Cricket Communications announced the availability of Cricket Navigator, a new voice-guided turn-by-turn navigation solution...
YouMail, provider of digital secretary services for managing mobile voicemail, today announced the general release of an open API for developers.
Apple introduces its mobile ad platfrom, iAd.
March metrics from Distimo, the app analytics company, confirm that content for the iPad costs a bit more than content for the iPhone.
AndroLib, a Web site that keeps tabs on the Android Marketplace, is reporting that Google's OS saw 9,308 new applications launched in March.
Thanks to the iPad, the tablet form factor is getting a second chance.
Apparently mobile users like the idea of PayPal on their mobile phones.
With Apple's iPad rolling out this past weekend, developers are scrambling to create new applications.
As expected, Amazon wasted no time in getting its content on the iPad.
All kinds of apps providers are issuing press releases today to make sure everyone knows that yes, they're going to be available on Apple's iPad when it hits stores tomorrow.
The mobile version of the game Wheel of Fortune just got a little, pardon the pun, "richer."
Mplayit released its latest mobile app analysis from its cross-platform app store on Facebook...