Recognizing the ever-important retail channel, Amdocs is launching a retail solution designed to help service providers better serve their customers.
Kineto Wireless has created a mobile VoIP application specifically designed to be resold through an operators' app store.
Zong, which bills itself as the "most frictionless" payment service for publishers of online games and other digital content, is launching a subscription-based mobile payment service.
FLO TV Auto Entertainment will be available to consumers in the fourth quarter thanks to a distribution deal with Audiovox Corporation.
SAN FRANCISCO—Mobile entertainment services provider mSpot plans to expand its streaming movie service to include AT&T, Verizon Wireless and T-Mobile USA.
RealNetworks' subscription music service Rhapsody has been approved for use on iPhones and iPod Touches.
Once again, it's time to peer into Apple CEO Steve Jobs' cup and try to read the tea leaves.
Nokia yesterday finally unveiled the Ovi Software Developer's Kit (SDK) Beta.
Welcome to Wireless Week' new "App Unwrapped" section. As the wireless industry seems to fall ever deeper in love with the world of mobile applications by the day, we thought it would be a good idea to occasionally highlight those applications that catch our eye.
VoIP provider Vonage announced that Apple approved its mobile application for iPhone and iPod touch.
Microsoft says a new generation of Windows Mobile phones, operating on Windows Mobile 6.5, will be available on Oct. 6. The new phones will be the first to feature the new operating system (OS).
Samsung is expected to launch its own mobile applications store on Sept. 14 in the United Kingdom, France and Italy.
JiWire released its inaugural Mobile Audience Insights Report with new data revealing demographic and behavioral interests of Wi-Fi users.
In case you’re wondering what VeriSign’s wireless assets will look like after the sale of its messaging business to Syniverse, stay tuned.
AdMob released its Mobile Metrics Report for July, focusing on application purchasing patterns for Android and Apple iPhone users.
There is much anticipation and excitement around the emergence of the app store phenomenon
Microsoft quietly launched OneApp for feature phones yesterday, a mobile applications enabler that runs partially in the cloud.
Research In Motion (RIM) has purchased Torch Mobile, makers of the Iris browser for Windows Mobile.
FLO TV and Rentrak Corporation are getting together to launch what they dub mobile TV’s first comprehensive standard viewership and ad impression reporting system.
Palm developers can start charging for their Palm webOS applications.
Samsung Mobile Innovator today released a software developer kit (SDK) for its TouchWiz user interface.
As the mobile ecosystem continues to accelerate – all forms of “open” are gaining acceptance.
At issue is the need for software to fill the gap between user interaction design and hardware features
EA Mobile continues to hold its lead in the mobile game segment, with first-quarter revenue up 14 percent year-over-year.