I have plenty of gadgets, so the thought of buying and carrying a separate GPS navigational device never appealed to me. Yet the thought of getting lost appealed to me even less.
Amazon is getting into the app space with the planned release of its software development kit (SDK) for the Kindle.
Global spending on mobile apps is expected to hit $6.2 billion in 2010, while ad sales will hit just $600 million, according to a forecast by Gartner.
Is the iPhone losing its edge in apps? According to one mobile app store on Facebook, other stores are catching up in terms of quality apps.
Shelving its MVNO doesn't seem to have hurt ESPN Mobile. In fact, ESPN says it was "overwhelmingly" the leading mobile Web sports site in 2009...
Mobile applications analytics firm Flurry closed a Series B financing round of $7 million.
Ford is shaking up the handheld navigation market as well as the application space with new offerings unveiled during a keynote at the 2010 International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) today.
App stores are "all of the rage" right now. They existed quietly for years with alternative stores like Handango, and then gained prominence when Apple launched its App Store.
If 2009 was the year of the App Store Gold Rush, the year ahead is shaping up to deliver more excitement to the industry, along with a dose of reality. Here are my predictions for 2010...
Apple today announced that more than 3 billion apps have been downloaded from the App Store.
When Google announced it would offer Google Maps Navigation Beta for Android devices for free, it looked like the kiss of death for anyone trying to peddle navigation services as a subscription or paid application.
As the Apple App Store nears 100,000 downloadable applications, it’s becomes less likely that any of the top 10 lists out there will offer a convincing portrait of the best iPhone apps of the year. iPhone apps are relatively cheap,
Dragon Dictation, which was released Dec. 7 and is currently available for free at the App Store, is a voice-to-text application that allows users to dictate texts, e-mails and notes.
The App Store is officially growing up. Playboy today announced an app for the iPhone.
Well, the Christmas tree is up, the Menorah is on display, the Festivus pole has been erected. Whatever your denomination or beliefs, perhaps you’re looking for a little bit of an edge in preparing for the holidays. Here’s a list
Ontela is celebrating a win today with the announcement that the BlackBerry Bold 9700 from T-Mobile USA comes preloaded with Ontela.s camera connection services.
fring today announced that it has enabled video calls over Wi-Fi on the iPhone and iPod touch, as well as on some Nokia devices.
The growth of cell phones with global-positioning technology is making life uncertain for the makers of personal navigational devices that help drivers figure out where they are and where to go.
Yahoo is closing the doors on its popular Go service, which was active on over 400 phones across multiple carriers. The service will officially shut down on Jan. 12, 2010.
Microsoft today rolled out some upgrades to it Windows Marketplace for Mobile.
While the rest of Electronic Arts may be in turmoil, today announcing it will cut its workforce by 17 percent, the company's mobile division appears to be holding up its end of things.
The mobile music discovery provider today announced the launch of its new Shazam Encore App on the App Store.
Can a carrier mobile app store rival the revolution created by Apple? How are mobile Web apps different from mobile micro sites? Can mobile operators really create an app store ecosystem?
Zong is staking its claim in the mobile payments market with the launch of Zong+, an online mobile payment platform...