While Nuance's involvement in Apple's Siri virtual assistant has never been confirmed, the company is owning up to another enterprise-focused assistant with today's launch of Nina.
Amid rumors of a possible smartphone offering to complement its line of eReaders and media tablet, Amazon continues to put pressure on Apple with its content and cloud-based offerings.
What was once deemed the "Wild West" of apps stores, Google's Google Play appears to be refining its policies some in an effort to give the store a bit more civility.
The Daily, a digital-only news publication championed by News Corp. founder Rupert Murdoch, is laying off nearly a third of its staff.
The world's largest museum complex is being mapped room by room through a partnership with Google Inc.
The European Union says it has launched a new smartphone application which allows air and rail passengers stranded in the EU due to cancellations or delays to immediately check on their legal rights regarding rebates and compensation.
Even as Apple preps the release of its own maps and turn-by-turn navigation in iOS 6, social traffic and navigation app Waze announced today via its official blog that it has 20 million registered users, with 10 million signing on in the past 6 months.
Mozilla today confirmed plans to launch a new open mobile OS based on HTML5 and it has the support of some big names in the industry, including Sprint, Telefonica and Deutsche Telekom.
For better or worse, reports surfaced again this week that Facebook is developing its own phone. I’ve lost count of how many times we’ve heard talk of “the Facebook phone.” The New York Times says this latest effort would be
Consumers more often turn to a company's mobile website than to an app for shopping, according to a report conducted by Nielsen...
The Wall Street Journal reported that the Department of Justice (DOJ) has threatened to sue Apple and others for colluding with publishers to fix eBook prices.
Sen. Charles Schumer, (D-N.Y.), is calling on the FTC to launch an investigation into the app download practices of Apple and Google/Android...
Investors looking to get in on Facebook's forthcoming IPO are no doubt hungrier than ever today...
A lot of people know foursquare as a check-in service, CEO Dennis Crowley said it's a lot more than that.
Facebook's Chief Technology Officer, Bret Taylor, today announced a proactive initiative at Mobile World Congress...
Six top tech companies have signed on to privacy guidelines for mobile applications that will provide consumers with more information about how their personal information is being used...
Social network aggregators come and go. There's no end to mobile apps that coral all your friends' posts from Twitter, Facebook and the rest of them.
New estimates from research firm Ovum indicate that consumers' increasing use of IP-based social messaging services on their smartphones cost telecom operators $8.7 billion.
Globys today announced that Gen-i, a member of the Telecom New Zealand Group, has deployed Globys SplitView among its business customers.
Apple today released a developer preview of OS X Mountain Lion, which the company says will be even more like its mobile platform, iOS...
Google introduced a version of its Chrome for Android devices. The mobile browser is a beta product and will only work on those Android devices running...
It seems like everyone has their heads, and data, in the clouds these days. The plural form of cloud(s) used here is no mistake. End users increasingly have their content scattered across the web.
How operators can leverage quality of service (QoS) and policy management to meet growing demands.
Looking for a promising career in a lousy economy? A new study suggests you're apt to find it in apps.