When you're looking for a good restaurant or a good mobile app, who do you trust to make a recommendation – strangers or your closest friends?
Apple has booted a developer and his apps from its applications store after hundreds of hijacked user accounts were used to push his titles...
The use of location in mobile apps has been popping up everywhere from Loopt to Groupon, and Trimble Outdoors has its finger on the pulse of location-based technologies.
Verizon Wireless, one of the longest customers for Qualcomm’s Brew platform, says it is committing to the feature phone app service despite three years of declining sales and a tendency of Brew subscribers to stop using the service after a few
Disney has bought out Tapulous, whose flagship Tap Tap Revenge app has been installed by more than one third of iPhone and iPod touch users.
MiTek Systems just released what it is calling the "gold standard" for remote mobile deposit of checks by consumers and business people...
Yahoo! today launched its Mail and Messenger apps for Android, as well as newly designed HTML5-based Mail and News sites...
Facebook is rolling out a new feature that requires outside applications and websites to tell users exactly what parts of their profiles have to be shared for the apps to work.
Qualcomm CEO Paul Jacobs said the company was expanding its Brew mobile platform into China and touted the company's move into augmented reality during opening remarks at Qualcomm's Uplinq conference today.
Two new GameHouse games based around the Twilight movies are available today on major North American and European wireless carrier mobile game portals.
Adobe Systems today announced the release of Adobe Flash Player 10.1 to mobile platform partners.
Skype today rolled out SkypeKit, an SDK that aims at allowing developers of all kinds to include Skype functionality within their apps and devices.
Microsoft yesterday launched Windows Live Messenger for the iPhone.
As the World Cup wraps up a first round play this week, fans are increasingly keeping informed about their favorite teams via mobile.
You can find a preview of Miley Cyrus' new album in the form of her new iPhone app, which actually does sound like a good deal, if you're into that sort of thing.
If you're wondering how to get updates on the Gulf of Mexico oil spill while on the go or want to help out by either reporting on it yourself or donating to the clean-up effort...
iVdopia says it has a solution for advertisers that don't want to pay $1 million for an iAd campaign. They can use Future5...
I am quickly falling in love with Snowtape, an app for the iPhone created by Vemedio. Snowtape streams Internet radio to the iPhone and then allows users to record and save songs from the broadcast.
With games airing live on cell phones and computers, the World Cup will get more online coverage than any major sporting event yet.
As if there weren't enough app stores, another one is launching – but this one might be more akin to a super store than your average app store.
Skype announced the launch of the new version of its iPhone application. Available to download from the Apple App Store...
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.