Drew Ianni, the former chairman for the worldwide Ad:tech events, has left that franchise to start what he sees as the next big conference opportunity: a serious look at apps.
There may never be a Firefox browser for the iPhone, but the company is working on what it believes is the next best thing.
Remember when a cell phone was just a phone? Today, mobile devices are a critical tool for doing business, tracking kids, staying in touch with friends and surfing the Web. And now you can add watching your favorite TV show to the list.
From their humble beginnings as mobile Internet browsers to their recent evolution as barcode scanners, smartphones have become more than just a way to make a phone call on the go.
International markets are getting their first glimpses of country-specific iPad app stores.
Verizon Wireless has added additional smartphones to its roster of devices that can now access the company's Mobile Remote and Remote DVR Manager applications.
Music identification application maker Shazam says it has added 25 million users in the last six months...
Amazon.com today announced that Android users soon will enjoy the Kindle App on their devices.
I recently took a trip to Portland, Ore., and decided that I'd try documenting the entire trip using only my trusty iPhone and a handful of apps from the app store.
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.