Rovio is turning on its marketing engine to make the next Angry Birds game a winner.
When Patrick McConlogue announced his intention to teach a homeless man to code, the Internet unleashed its wrath. Now Leo “Journeyman” Grand released a mobile app called “Trees for Cars.” It is available on iOS and Android for 99 cents.
Google’s family of “pure” Android devices is getting bigger, better, and more diverse.
Location + IFTTT = Some mighty addicting ways to harness the power of your favorite web apps.
PayPal president David Marcus thinks people are mistaken thinking Bitcoin is a currency.
Fiverr, the self-pronounced leader of the “gig economy,” is going mobile.
You get an iPad Air. You get an iPad Air! YOU get an iPad Air!
Even a gadget addict like me can’t see much of a point in curved-screen smartphones, but that’s not stopping companies from exploring the technology.
Sponsored Post Chupamobile, the largest app source code marketplace, is launching a contest for iOS and Android mobile developers with $45,000 in prizes; the 2013 Chupamobile App Developer Competition.
PaeDae makes a push to become a broader mobile advertising platform.
Sponsored Post With internet fraud costing US consumers over $560 million per year, it’s no surprise that most of the biggest web properties are investing considerable resources in protecting their users.
Over the last few years, cloud-based services like Google Drive and Evernote have changed the way people create and collaborate on documents. But it’s doubtful a major government agency, health care vendor, or financial institution would endorse those products as secure.
Illinois state Sen. Ira Silverstein has introduced legislation that would ban people from wearing Google Glass while driving.
Mobile payments startup Square has rolled out a new version of its credit card reader today, which offers some notable improvements over the previous model.
Apple’s years-long courtship with the world’s largest carrier is almost over.
Guest Post Everywhere you look, mobile commerce’s star is rising.
Guest Post Unless you spend all of your time in a cave, you’ve probably been photographed without your knowledge.
Chris Pouliot spent the past five years leading the data science team at Netflix. He has masters degrees from MIT and Stanford; spent six years in the U.S. Navy; worked as a statistician at Google; and currently serves on the boards of multiple e-commerce startups.
Juniper released its top 10 tech trends for 2014 today. And if the research firm is right, our cities are going to get smarter, our money is going digital, and we’ll be printing a lot more products at home.
Flurry raises more funding as it expands beyond traditional analytics.
Like most online retailers, Jackthreads has seen the light when it comes to mobile.
Thanksgiving is apparently the time to open apps as well as eat Turkey.
Tooth decay is 5 times more common than asthma and 4 times more common than early childhood obesity. No-one wants their kids’ teeth to rot and fall out, but its often not easy getting them to floss and brush.
Guest Post Here’s five important lessons on how to acquire users with effective mobile marketing.
Apple’s recent product launches and the Thanksgiving/Christmas shopping season may be coming together in one giant perfect storm — the good kind. Cantor Fitzgerald analyst Brian White says the company’s sales performance in November was very likely the strongest in history.
If you’d like to catch a glimpse of the future of retail shopping today, just head to an Apple store with an iOS 7 device.
Will the game be bigger than its predecessor, which saw 300 million downloads?
Foursquare released a new iPhone app today for iOS7 with an updated design and push notifications that offer helpful information and tips for places near you.
Instagram is the best platform for brands, according to a new study that reviewed all brands on social with over 25 fans on each of four major social platforms: Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, and Google+.
Market-research firm IDC and app-tracking company App Annie have a report on mobile and handheld gaming for Q3 2013.
Twitter launched retargeted advertising today in mobile via an ad product the company calls “tailored audiences.” The product had been in private beta for three months, but is now available globally to any advertisers.
On Nov. 5, BitTorrent Sync, the free “private cloud” solution to syncing files between your desktop, laptop, and mobile devices, hit one million users. Today, the company announced that it has hit two million users.
In a milestone for social mobile game companies, Kabam sponsor’s the football field at Cal.
China Mobile is Apple’s great white whale. And just as Captain Ahab tried and tried and tried to bag that particular beast, Apple has been trying for years — without success — to land China Mobile as an iPhone carrier. Today, the company is one step closer.
The Nexus 5 says “to hell” with glitz and glamour.
Just about anybody can be a game developer with Createrria on the iPad.
At a gathering to talk about his new health care legislation, President Barack Obama casually revealed to the crowd that he wasn’t allowed to upgrade his smartphone to Apple’s iPhone due to “security reasons,” reports Reuters.
Samsung’s involvement is a big endorsement for Fingerprint Digital’s safe app portal for kids.