Mobile applications analytics firm Flurry closed a Series B financing round of $7 million.
The National Telecommunications and Information Administration (NTIA) and the Rural Utilities Service (RUS) have launched a new Web site for broadband stimulus fund applicants that helps them find partners for broadband projects.
Ford is shaking up the handheld navigation market as well as the application space with new offerings unveiled during a keynote at the 2010 International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) today.
Yesterday's news that Apple is acquiring Quattro Wireless is further proof that the mobile advertising space continues to be competitive as well as ripe for terrific growth.
App stores are "all of the rage" right now. They existed quietly for years with alternative stores like Handango, and then gained prominence when Apple launched its App Store.
If 2009 was the year of the App Store Gold Rush, the year ahead is shaping up to deliver more excitement to the industry, along with a dose of reality. Here are my predictions for 2010...
Apple today announced that more than 3 billion apps have been downloaded from the App Store.
Quattro Wireless has confirmed that Apple has acquired the mobile advertising company.
Glu Mobile yesterday announced that Niccolo de Masi, former CEO of Hands-On Mobile, has taken on the role.
The ad-supported answering service ChaCha reports that it closed a $7 million E round of funding on Dec. 22, a move the company expects will allow it to reach profitability.
When Google announced it would offer Google Maps Navigation Beta for Android devices for free, it looked like the kiss of death for anyone trying to peddle navigation services as a subscription or paid application.
Next to the Symbian Foundation itself, no one has been a bigger proponent of the platform than Nokia. Symbian and Nokia have become practically synonymous since Nokia spent just under $400 million of its own funds to found the operating system’s standards body, the Symbian Foundation, in June 2008.
As the Apple App Store nears 100,000 downloadable applications, it’s becomes less likely that any of the top 10 lists out there will offer a convincing portrait of the best iPhone apps of the year. iPhone apps are relatively cheap,
Dragon Dictation, which was released Dec. 7 and is currently available for free at the App Store, is a voice-to-text application that allows users to dictate texts, e-mails and notes.
The App Store is officially growing up. Playboy today announced an app for the iPhone.
Opera Software today released Opera Mobile 10 to operators and OEMs.
It's that time of year again, when everyone and there brother is tallying up the best and worst of the year.
The app store madness continues to spread, as Orange announced the launch of the Orange App Shop.
The Internet giant announced that it will be sending 2D barcode window decals to 100,000 of the most searched for local businesses across the country.
Well, the Christmas tree is up, the Menorah is on display, the Festivus pole has been erected. Whatever your denomination or beliefs, perhaps you’re looking for a little bit of an edge in preparing for the holidays. Here’s a list
It seems like printed materials of all kinds are approaching obsolescence, and business cards are no exception. Try Business Card Reader, an app for the iPhone from Shape Services, and you'll know what I mean.
According to leaked slides of the OEM.s 2010 roadmap on Endgadget.com, HTC will continue with its impressive line of Windows Mobile and Android devices.
Ontela is celebrating a win today with the announcement that the BlackBerry Bold 9700 from T-Mobile USA comes preloaded with Ontela.s camera connection services.
GetFugu says it filed suit against foreign nationals Simon Davies, David Warnock and others for trade libel, defamation and other claims arising out of an alleged smear campaign against GetFugu and its executives.
Microsoft yesterday unveiled its free Bing voice-enabled search app, powered by its Tellme subsidiary, for Windows phones.