Following an industry trend toward "openness," Yahoo! announced plans to open up its mobile platform, allowing outside programmers to develop mobile widgets.
LG Electronics in partnership with Harris announced new technology that the pair claims will enable U.S. TV broadcasters to transmit signals to portable electronics such as cell phones as early as next year.
Linux for mobile phones continues to build steam. One of the groups working on the technology, the LiMo Foundation, is expected to announce next week it has added more prestigious company members.
According to the latest Insight Report released by the Mobile Consumer Lab and Mind Commerce, Google's Android is the first legitimate attempt to re-create the success of Japan's "Wireless Ecosystem" model
A few weeks ago, an Internet research company released a study saying Apple’s iPhone was used more than any other cell phone to access the Internet with a browser.
For years, developers lamented their apps worked with “most major carriers,” but Verizon often was the exception. Whether propelled to make the move by Google-led pressures, the 700 MHz auction or Verizon’s own internal revelations
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