Dexterra today announced a carrier version of its mobile software platform along with a major update for its field tracking system.
Usablenet announced another deal this week. This time, it’s with Tickets.com for the launch of ProVenueMobile.
The good news is that today’s mobile technologies increasingly embrace scalable typefaces.
It looks like Smule, known for its offbeat iPhone software, has another hit on its hands.
Greystripe announced a deal with Zapak Digital Entertainment in India to supply more than 900 of its ad-supported mobile games and applications for distribution through Zapak.
For the most part, cookies are not practical for mobile phones.
Tele Atlas, provider of digital maps, has launched Urban Maps, an application that helps pedestrians navigate through a city.
Not everyone thinks alike regarding mobile TV and video, Tellabs found in its recent survey of 800 people at industry trade shows in the U.S. and Brazil.
YouMail expanded its offerings to include voice mail transcription.
Trimble and AT&T are providing a way for outdoor enthusiasts to get on track to a healthier lifestyle.
All the i’s have been dotted and t’s have been crossed in Nokia’s acquisition of OZ Communications.
Glu Mobile posted a loss for the third quarter, and the company is starting to see sales negatively affected in more parts of the world.
If you’re not near a TV tomorrow, mobile TV services are one alternative to getting your Election Day fix.
In theory, software vendors and their programmers should love the economy and efficiency of creating one version of code that works on any device.
RealNetworks posted a net loss of $4.5 million in Q3 and expects another loss in Q4.
Synchronica’s acquisition of AxisMobile is completed, and now it’s offering a new product to mobile operators in emerging markets.
Most small companies cherish free press, yet the recent spate of stories involving Twitter becoming the terrorists’ newest killer app
BlackBerry users may soon have an effective way to organize their call histories, thanks to startup company Redwood Technologies.
Boston—InfoGin has unveiled a new user interface for high-end devices that hopes to encourage user consumption of off-portal content.
BlackBerry users will soon get their own on-device software store, just like Apple iPhone and now T-Mobile G1 users already have.
Azuki Systems has added ClickZoom technology to its Azuki MashMedia Platform.
Handango announced it will offer both paid and free apps for the first Android smartphone device.
Verizon Wireless tomorrow will launch Field Force Manager for business users
ChaCha announced that Rock the Vote will use its service to engage and inform young voters ahead of the Nov. 4 election.