Android 4.3 popped up in Google searches that were quickly removed, leading us to believe we might see the latest mobile operating system from Google in its developer conference keynote.
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In the first quarter of 2013, a third of smartphones sold in the U.S. were prepaid, double the amount from the previous year. Apple's share of the prepaid market? A mere 8 percent.
Today's stream will start at 9 a.m. Pacific, starting with the keynote.
Korean social-platform Kakao Games is collaborating with Tapjoy to add a new revenue stream for its developers.
"Apple has not 'conspired' with anyone, was not aware of any alleged 'conspiracy' by others, and never fixed prices," the company stated in a reply to the suit.
Forget the new stuff, this Google I/O will be about devs and useful upgrades.
Of course BBM is going cross-platform -- it had to.
Loop launched today to help businesses get customer feedback in the moment using quick, five-question surveys.
In other words, PayPal is all in.
Mobile Monday, an international organization that supports the mobile community, Momentum debuted its program today that offers a free twelve week program to support promising mobile startups.
Today, car sharing startup RelayRides announced that it has acquired competitor Wheelz to accelerate its growth.
Mobile payments business Square has debuted a new piece of hardware called the Square Stand that makes using an iPad as a cash register a more elegant solution.
Playcraft will use its HTML5 expertise to build a version of MinoMonsters that works across multiple platforms.
BlackBerry managed to squeeze in one surprise announcement during its huge conference keynote this morning.
Yup, you still live in a world where singer Alicia Keys works for BlackBerry.
Sometimes there is method to the Cupertino madness.
BlackBerry has always been primarily known as a smartphone for the workplace, but it has lost that status in recent years as iPhone and Android have steadily gained ground in enterprises. But that doesn’t mean BlackBerry won’t keep vying for …
In other words, Apple's saying, Samsung can't have its cake and eat it to. Or, what's good for Pauline is good for Petra.
BlackBerry needs all the help it can get.