Last Thursday, Macmillan CEO John Sargent gave Amazon an ultimatum on pricing for its eBook titles.
Today's VZ Navigator 5.0 news is evidence the for-fee navigation service market isn't dead yet despite moves by big players like Google and Nokia to offer navigation for free.
FLO TV will launch a Super Bowl ad campaign Sunday as part of its ongoing efforts to increase adoption of its mobile TV service.
Mozilla has officially released a mobile version of its popular Firefox browser for Maemo devices.
Video ringtone company Vringo, which has a library of more than 4,000 video ringtones, has filed to raise about $64 million in an IPO.
Apple's release of the new iPhone SDK came with a little surprise, namely an open VoIP API that will enable applications like Skype to operate over 3G.
Yelp, the community-led local search site, announced that private equity firm Elevation Partners has agreed to make a $25 million investment in the company...
Google yesterday rolled out a new browser-based HTML5 version of its popular Google Voice service.
Good Technology announced it has acquired CloudSync, a Denver -based mobile device management company.
It wasn't so long ago that mobile devices were considered rogue elements in the enterprise – more a cause of consternation than of celebration. Fast forward just a few years and the mobile enterprise is now mainstream.
Today's mobile market is vastly different from the one we saw one year ago. Using history as a guide, we can expect the market will be markedly different in the coming year.
Deloitte took its annual look at what the next year holds for carriers, and came up with one definitive point: It’s going to be a rough one.
Appcelerator, a company that provides a platform for developers to build native mobile and desktop applications, says the tablet revolution will be big, and it will begin with Apple.
There are definitely times when you're on the road and need that one file you left on your desktop back at work. Unfortunately, you're doing 85 mph in a New York City taxi and all you've got is your smartphone. Solution? Enter a bevy of new remote desktop apps for your phone.
Mobile e-mail and messaging solutions provider Seven reports today that it achieved a full year of profitability in 2009.
Google's foray into the mobile business came up during its fourth-quarter conference calls yesterday, and the company is confident it's pursuing the right path.
A Muslim holy leader has prohibited the use of the Quran ringtones, according to the text of a fatwa that was obtained by Arabic news site Al Arabiya.
Starting today, Nokia is offering turn-by-turn vehicle – and pedestrian – voice-guided navigation for free on 10 of its best-selling smartphone devices.
Shares in Dutch navigation device maker TomTom NV fell sharply Thursday after Nokia Corp. said it will offer free navigation services for users of its smartphones.
I have plenty of gadgets, so the thought of buying and carrying a separate GPS navigational device never appealed to me. Yet the thought of getting lost appealed to me even less.
Amazon is getting into the app space with the planned release of its software development kit (SDK) for the Kindle.
So what does Opera Software plan to do now that it has acquired mobile ad firm AdMarvel? For one thing, it wants to be a friend to the operators.
eBay shoppers are using their cell phones to make purchases more and more frequently.
Apple is in talks with Microsoft about integrating Bing as the default search engine on the iconic device...