Nokia has inked a deal to acquire Chicago-based mobile content company Novarra for an undisclosed amount of money.
BlackBerry maker Research In Motion (RIM) has acquired app company Viigo, which specializes in aggregating content into feeds for handsets.
Booyah has released MyTown 3.0 for the iPhone and iPod Touch. The company also reported a whopping 1.4 million registered users...
A lot of the smartphone talk at the CTIA show this week has been about the Android platform, but Nokia's David Rivas thinks the talk will shift gears in the coming months.
The app store GetJar announced that it will make its entire library of more than 60,000 free mobile applications available to Rogers customers at no charge.
Opera, maker of the increasingly popular Opera browser, has submitted a version of its mobile browser, Opera Mini, to Apple's App Store.
Internet search giant Yahoo! today launched two new applications for iPhone and iPod touch.
Speaking at a session at SXSW on Tuesday, MocoSpace Vice President of Business Development and Marketing Casey Jones discussed various methods of monetizing traffic on the mobile Web.
How popular are mobile apps? If some recent research is any indication, the market will be worth $17.5 billion in two years' time.
The Yankee Group has nearly doubled its revenue estimates for the U.S. mobile apps market after increased smartphone penetration.
Magazine publishers may have a new way to boost flagging circulation: the iPad.
Microsoft has rolled out the software developers kit (SDK) for its Windows Phone 7 series operating system.
Netflix has been looking for a shot of something to reinvigorate its business, as the company's through-the-mail strategy has struggled to compete...
Smartphone applications that allow users to donate money and participate in political polls are shaping up to be the next tool in the media kit of politicians who are literate in social media.
Hearst Corporation is betting on apps and Apple's App Store as a possible source of revenue.
Wireless Ink Corp. is leveling patent infringement charges against both Google and Facebook.
Target today rolled out a scannable mobile coupon program that allows guests to receive offers directly on their mobile phones.
Rumors have been flying about a possible mobile version of the NFL's RedZone Channel for a long time. However, no one knew where it would finally land.
Doodle Jump, that "insanely addictive" app for the iPhone, has jumped its way to 3 million paid downloads.
If anyone has any questions as to Google's plans for the mobile space, it appears they'll find some answers.
Microsoft Corp. has said its new software for smartphones, Windows Phone 7 series, is a "clean break" with the past.
An InStat survey shows that despite the downturn in the economy, the smartphone segment of the mobile phone market is growing rapidly. According to the survey, total smartphone sales are expected to reach 412 million units in 2014.
comScore released a study that shows 30.8 percent of smartphone users accessed social networking sites via their mobile browser in January.
Users of Symbian-based smartphones will now be privy to VoIP via Skype's service.