FreedomPop isn’t the only company trying to kill cellphone carriers: Scratch Wireless launched today with the goal of being the “first truly free” mobile offering.
stories by Devindra Hardawar
With two new mobile products, LinkedIn has become a lot more useful for recruiters and companies looking to promote open positions.
Forget those clunky electric bike conversion kits — FlyKly’s new Smart Wheel is a simple (and stealthy) way to add some juice to your existing bike.
Square has just released the simplest way to send money to anyone online. And yet, there’s no guarantee it will be a success.
Proving that large businesses no longer need to manage racks of hardware just to have their own phone service, cloud communications provider Thinking Phone Networks has nabbed even more funding.
After dipping its toes into lock screen charity donations in August, Locket will now let its users choose the next few charities it will feature.
Backing up data is easy — but doing it for hundreds of employees and across a slew of devices isn’t.
For Google and Facebook, the race is on to figure out exactly how we use our mobile devices.
With little hope of combating all of its negative press, BlackBerry is choosing to embrace it and remind fans that “you can continue to count on us.”
Guest Post Tim Merel is the founder of investment bank Digi-Capital.
While Sonos is typically associated with pricy wireless speakers, the company is playing a different tune with its latest device.
The next big Windows Phone 8 update sets the stage for a new range of devices — and finally delivers on some basic, long-awaited features.
Here’s one way Facebook and its Internet.org partners will help to connect the next 5 billion people.
Editor's Pick The Galaxy Gear is like a mirror reflecting Samsung’s own strengths and weaknesses.
It’s easy to say “I could have done that” when you see the success of an app like Instagram or Twitter. But most of us don’t act on our “ingenious” business ideas simply because it’s freaking hard.
Today LiquidM is launching its white-label mobile ad management platform, an all-in-one solution that lets ad firms manage and optimize their campaigns.
With its latest wristband activity tracker, Fitbit is leaving no feature behind.
Tonight T-Mobile took the wraps off the final stage of its “Uncarrier” strategy, its plan to shake up the wireless world.
Cameo aims to do more than just let you shoot bite-sized video clips on your iPhone — its cloud video editing platform lets you turn those clips into two-minute long short films.
Running a truly global business is easier than ever thanks to the web, but language issues remain a problem.
Even though Apple’s iPhone 5S stock has been a bit constrained in the U.S., that’s not stopping Apple from rolling out its latest iPhones to dozens of new countries over the next few weeks.
Samsung’s rumored curved screen phone is here — and no, it still doesn’t make any sense.
Sometimes, small gestures go a long way. A gift to celebrate a birthday. A card to thank a potential client for a meeting. But all too often, we fail to follow through on those gestures.
Guest Post While none of these companies are likely to buy BlackBerry, here’s how things might fair if they do.
“It’s 4 a.m. and what the hell is that beeping?!”
Proving yet again that the BYOD (bring your own device) trend is more than just a fad, Enterproid announced today that it has raised an additional $12 million in funding led by Google Ventures.
Samsung isn’t the only company unashamed to follow in Apple’s footsteps.
In what may be Samsung’s best commercials yet, the company has figured out a way to successfully sell failure.
Tesla is looking for a new partner to produce electric-car batteries in addition to its current maker, Panasonic, and it may have found one.
Guest Post There are few markets that are mandated by law to include virtually every American man, woman and child, so this opportunity is particularly juicy to investors.
Russia may be aiming for a gold medal of its own when it comes to extensive and invasive surveillance at next year’s Winter Olympics.
At this rate, there won’t be many surprises for Google and LG to reveal when they finally announce the Nexus 5.
Guest Post Paul Asel is Managing Partner at Nokia Growth Partners.
Online database company MongoDB is now the top dog among New York City startups.
It was the best of times, it was the worst of times … in the smartphone market.
While Twitter’s letter to potential shareholders was pithy today, its list of potential IPO risk factors was not.
Grovo has grown up from a tool to help individuals learn more about the web to something that can train entire organizations.
What started out as an intriguing startup notion a few years ago — a mobile search engine that can find apps using natural language — has now raised a total of more than $74 million.
Snapchat, the startup that built its reputation on self-destructing photo and video messages, now wants to let you make media that lasts … at least for a day.