Steve Caniano, vice president of hosting and cloud services for AT&T, talks about how the cloud will be leveraged going forward.
Companies in today's briefs: Microsoft, Mobilicity, Research In Motion, FCC
Companies in today's briefs include: Gemalto, U.S. Cellular, Openet, FCC, Paydient, pcAmerica
Companies in today's briefs include: Nokia, EQT, AT&T, Facebook, Sony Mobile Communications, Novatel Wireless, Verizon Wireless
Apple nixes Google Maps and integarates Facebook with the latest iteration of iOS.
Companies in today’s briefs include: Motorola Solutions, Intrado, Alvarion, Nokia, Stoke, Keating Capital, Sprint, uTest, Appcelerator
Google has acquired Quickoffice, a maker of productivity apps for the iPhone, iPad and Android devices. Financial terms of the deal were not made public. Google said it plans to use Quickoffice's technology for its Google Apps products. Ericsson’s second
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — Google is buying Silicon Valley startup Meebo to help expand its social networking service. The acquisition announced Monday will bring more tools to Google Plus, an alternative to Facebook's popular online hangout. Meebo started as a
While there’s no stopping the onslaught of mobile malware, IT departments and end users might be able to do something to stave off infections, namely by keeping the firmware on their devices up to date. That’s the wisdom behind Mobilisafe’s
Urban Airship, the Portland, Ore. based startup focused on brands big and small, is sharing results today of its first Good Push Index that shows the kind of retention lift that push notifications deliver to mobile apps. Not surprisingly, users
Gartner today released research that projects worldwide mobile payment transaction values will surpass $171.5 billion in 2012, a 61.9 percent increase from $105.9 billion in transactions seen in 2011. The number of mobile payment users will reach 212.2 million in
Perhaps one of the most incisive quotes ever on customer care was from an executive at KDDI whose mantra to his own staff was: “unless it all works … it doesn’t work”. How appropriate for all those people in so many industries across the world who claim to be great at their jobs, but it’s not their fault if their colleagues in an adjacent department are lousy at theirs...
Also called "crapware" or "bloatware,” pre installed software on Android phones can come across as tacky advertising, cluttering up the home screen on a shiny new gadget. Some of those apps and widgets are laughable, some are helpful and some
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — A federal jury ruled Wednesday that Google didn't infringe on Oracle's patents when the Internet search leader developed its popular Android software for mobile devices. Wednesday's verdict comes about two weeks after the same jury, with
Dan Hesse might have been right on the money when he told Jim Cramer during a carrier roundtable at CTIA Wireless earlier this month that he thought security would be a major issue this year. According to McAfee's Q1 Threat
Keynote Systems’ May 2012 News & Portal Index shows LinkedIn’s mobile properties took a drop in performance after the company integrated a mobile site into their repertoire, instead of automatically redirecting to either the mobile app or web browser. In
A newly revamped startup, launching today and founded by some former industry execs, is banking that its version of smarter calling for smartphones will revolutionize the way people use their phones. A bit more specifically They want to enable smartphone
As Facebook today offers what is being billed as the largest tech IPO in history, one question looms Can the company figure out how to monetize mobile? In Facebook's filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), its mobile strategy
Two studies were released today addressing the mobile habits of consumers, and both of them seem to have something to do with “killing time” or otherwise entertaining oneself while waiting for something else. MocoSpace, which bills itself as the “leading
NEW YORK (AP) — Viacom, the parent of pay TV networks MTV and Comedy Central, has settled a dispute with Time Warner Cable over whether its subscribers can watch shows like "Jersey Shore" on mobile devices while at home. The
With the continued upswing in smartphone adoption, so goes the app market, according to new research from Nielsen. Roughly a year ago, Nielsen summarized the state of smartphones at the Appnation conference and found that less than 40 percent of
Isis added more plastic to its mobile wallet yesterday when it signed up American Express to its contactless payments platform.
Facebook this week launched the App Center to give developers another way to grow their social apps. In coming weeks, Facebook users will be able to access the App Center on the web and in the iOS and Android Facebook apps.
HELSINKI (AP) — Finnish mobile game developer Rovio has announced it will launch a successor to its immensely popular wingless birds franchise "Angry Birds" in the next few months.
The National Association of Broadcasters (NAB) and CTIA are again sparring over the spectrum crunch. The NAB instigated the latest bout after it published a letter to the co chairs of the House Federal Spectrum Working Group questioning the veracity