Yahoo! yesterday announced that oneSearch with voice is now integrated into a shortcut on select Nokia Series 60 devices.
Regardless of who wins the presidential election, this political season is turning into a winner for mobile TV services.
Qatar Telecom (Qtel) and Nokia Siemens Networks (NSN) have signed a commercial mobile TV deployment contract
Want to read Andy McNab’s “Crossfire,” but don’t want to lug it everywhere you go?
Voice-activated mobile VoIP service provider Mobivox is getting together with Unyk to offer a voice-activated mobile service to Unyk’s user base
Barack Obama’s campaign has developed a new iPhone application that makes use of the iPhone's social networking attributes.
Sprint Nextel is getting closer to selling its Nextel division, according to a Wall Street Journal report.
Flurry is switching it up. The company has spent the past several years as a direct-to-consumer provider of an e-mail client for Java phones
ShoZu is offering Adobe Photoshop.com members the chance to use its mobile social media service to upload photos
Will Smith popularized getting jiggy with it. Now Alltel plans to drive getting nuTsie with it.
Glu Mobile said its new original title, Bonsai Blast, will launch in the Android Market for free.
T-Mobile USA’s Android phone, branded as the G1 and priced at $179, as expected will have several tightly integrated Google applications
Alltel Wireless announced a tracking service calls Workforce Location for phones running Qualcomm’s BREW software.
Adobe Systems is trying to make it easier for developers with the launch of Adobe Device Central CS4 software.
Cross-platform gaming company Mytopia has expanded its gaming community from social networks to mobile devices.
AT&T and middleware provider Antenna Software are at Oracle’s OpenWorld in San Francisco, showing the operator’s new capabilities in mobile enterprise applications.
Mobile games are getting more popular, according to the Handango Yardstick for the first half of 2008.
Carrier spending on radio-access networks will grow only 3.4% this year to nearly $54 billion.
The iPhone can do lots of things really well. However, sending pictures is not one of them.
Companies in the News: Delta Telecom, Alcatel-Lucent, Nokia Siemens Networks, Vringo, SMobile Systems, MobileOne, Streamezzo
So you think Apple’s got apps? Research In Motion (RIM) rolled out a few more of its own yesterday
Zed will help the National Basketball Association (NBA) get more of its content into the hands of mobile phone users.
MobiTV is bringing a new form of personalization to its offerings.
Software company deCarta launched a system for location-enabling mobile applications this week.