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.
According to stats from NBC, the Games saw 87 million total mobile page views versus the 2008 Games in Beijing, which saw 52 million total mobile page views.
Just over a quarter of American adults now read news on their cell phones, according to a new report from the Pew Research Center.
The location-based services (LBS) market has come a long way over the past year.
Even the smallest flaw can ruin a mobile app (and the company behind it). So why do some mobile developers ignore the critical application testing phase?
In the near future, you might not even have to visit a bank or an ATM to deposit a check. You'll simply snap a couple of photos of it with your cell phone.
PocketGear announced it has acquired Handango, creating what is believed to be the world's largest cross platform, open app store.
Mobile games publisher Digital Chocolate is shuffling the deck, with three promotions designed to support the company's global expansion and increased focus on social games.
eBay yesterday launched an app for Android phones.
Amazon.com today introduced "Kindle for BlackBerry," a new application available as a free download from Amazon.com.
According to an annual report from ByteMobile, the mobile internet solutions company, video continues to dominate as the main source of mobile data traffic.
Unlikely partners, Verizon Wireless and Skype, today held a press conference at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona.
Alcatel-Lucent today announced a new cloud-based developer platform and business model that it says "flips the traditional API aggregation approach on its head."
Straightforward and deliberate might be adjectives to describe Bob Kimball's delivery of his first quarterly conference call with investors since being appointed acting CEO of RealNetworks.
Jumptap yesterday announced it was awarded its fourth patent in eight months...
No one can accuse Google of not adequately addressing the mobile segment in recent months.
RealNetworks and Viacom's MTV Networks plan to spin off the digital audio music service Rhapsody into an independent company.