Companies in today's briefs include: Google, CTIA, ooVoo, Telenity, Straight Talk Wireless
HarperCollins Publishers announced Tuesday that it has reached new price agreements with sellers that conform to a settlement with the Justice Department over allegations that five publishers and Apple colluded to set prices for e-books.
A new iPhone is getting much of the attention, but Apple's older phones will get a software upgrade this fall as well. A new operating system sports a different mapping service and a built-in bond with Facebook.
Companies in today's briefs include: T-Mobile Austria, Transmode, Nokia Siemens Networks, Huawei, Intel.
Facebook is a mobile-first company, although they've made some mistakes on that score, particularly when the company deployed HTML5 apps instead of native solutions.
Companies in today's briefs include: T-Mobile USA, Samsung, 4G Americas, Clearlake Capital Group, NetMotion Wireless, FCC, Interoperability Alliance, CCA, U.S. Cellular.
Companies in today's briefs include: Livewire Mobile, Sprint, MetroPCS, GSMA, Movil, Antel, Entel Chile, Millicom, Oi, Orange, Telecom Italia, Telefonica, Infosys, Lodestone Holding AG, FCC, AT&T, Nansui
A federal judge has approved the U.S. Justice Department's settlement with a trio of electronic book publishers accused of conspiring in a price-fixing scheme orchestrated by the late Steve Jobs.
Companies in today’s briefs include: 4G Americas, Alcatel-Lucent, Intel, InterDigital, Samsung, Virgin Mobile USA.
Amazon made all kinds of noise Thursday with its announcement of three new tablets, a new eReader and its entrance into the world of LTE data plans.
Samsung said today it has sold more than 20 million of its Galaxy S III smartphones just 100 days after its launch.
Companies in today's briefs include: Good Technology, Copiun, Research In Motion, Alcatel-Lucent, Metrico Wireless, Spirent Communications, T-Mobile USA, Samsung.
Nokia is bringing its free streaming music service to Lumia handsets in the United States.
Companies in today's briefs include: Verizon Wireless, LG, Wireless Power Consortium, Allot Communications, Oversi Networks, Huawei, iSoftStone.
Baidu Inc., which operates China's most popular search engine, has released a mobile browser and says it will invest in a cloud computing center as growth in Internet use shifts to mobile phones.
Companies in today's news briefs: DTS, Yulong Computer Communications, Verizon Wireless, Snell
Twitter is offering a new way for advertisers to deliver their marketing pitches to the people who are most likely to buy their products and services.
Social apps have grown at a rate that exceeds every other app category, according to a new report from app analytics firm Distimo.
A quick look at the current state of mobile payments.
Companies in today's news briefs: IDC, Clariden Global, The Canadian Wireless Show, Truphone
Companies in today's news briefs: PlayMG, Altair Semiconductor, TomTom, Syniverse, NTT DoCoMo
The New York Times is leading the defense of a diverse group of companies that use technology they assumed was free: sending text messages with Web links to mobile phones.
Cricket Communications is expanding its Muve music offering to all Android plans.
While the debate over native apps versus mobile web will continue, it appears that in at least one market, native wins out.