Sponsored Post Today’s average smartphone offers more computing power than the combined power of every computer NASA used to send humans to the moon in 1969. We are able to consume immense amounts of information anywhere, anytime, as well as produce loads of data every second. This is data about our consumption, but also contains context on how, when, and where we use our personalized applications.
Apple is reportedly working on two extra-large iPhones that will have curved screens, and is also working on touch screens that can register different levels of pressure.
Guest Post Masanari Arai is founder and CEO of Kii.
With smartphone thefts on the rise in cities, it was only a matter of time until someone decided to bring the concept of a car alarm to your iPhone.
Wallets and waistlines, watch out. The biggest online food delivery service may be going public.
Samsung is a multibillion company with 425,000 employees and a massive supply chain. Pebble is 40-strong and fueled by $10 million in Kickstarter money.
Now you can be like James Bond when it comes to communicating secretly.
You’ll be able to get your hands on the first 6-inch Windows Phone, Nokia’s Lumia 1520, before Thanksgiving.
Guest Post Uber’s mobile and tablet apps take longer to load than competitors. What gives?
Guest Post This is why Vine didn’t, and won’t, die.
Blech, homework is the worst. Slader tries to make it a little more fun with a social network and virtual currency that rewards helping others.
One of Japan’s most popular games is catching on in the west.
Sponsored Post So, you went out and bought the new iPhone 5S because you’re an Apple loyalist or a sucker for all things new and shiny. Whatever your reason, you just supported a company with your purchase, but did you get anything out of the transaction besides a new gadget? Why not also invest in Apple, or any other company that has products and services that you love, to support yourself for the future?
Jukely launched its “concert matchmaking” service nationwide today, which recommends live shows for you to see based on your music preferences and those of your friends.
QuizUp will try to outdo its competitors in mobile games with massive numbers of questions.
AT&T is reportedly giving up some of its call data to the CIA for counterterrorism investigations — and it’s getting paid for its efforts.
The clone of Tiny Tower launches on iOS, Google Play, and Windows Phone.
Coresystems powers mobile technology that helps enterprise organizations to manage their field operations. It makes important business information available to sales and service reps when they are on site and helps make operations more efficient.
You can stop pretending to turn your phone off during flights now, as more airlines respond to the Federal Aviation Administration’s newly relaxed regulations on in-flight gadget usage.
Gain Fitness has raised $2.14 million to tighten and tone your body using its library of fitness apps. Its apps surpassed 1 million downloads and the company has some interesting new products and partnerships in the works.
Appboy has raised a $7.6 million series A round to support its “mobile relationship management” system and expand it into new industries, including gaming and social networking.
DevBeat is next Tuesday & Wednesday, and the room is nearly full.
Catalyst launched its social, local, mobile application today (never seen those three things together before), that seems to do little other than pull concepts from Instagram, Foursquare, Path, Highlight, Tinder, etc. and bundle them into one.
Bringing new meaning to the term “good karma,” NYC startup Karma rewards you when you share Internet access from one of its hotspots.
Social photo service Mobli has raised a handsome new $60 million round of funding, the company announced today.
This will save you the “don’t worry, terrorists didn’t take down the plane” post-flight call to Grandma.
The stock-tracking, news-gathering service has been entirely redesigned and is now in keeping with Weather, Mail, and Yahoo’s other modern mobile apps.
Today only 60 million people use augmented reality apps on a regular basis. By 2018, that should hit 200 million, according to a new report by Juniper Research.
First up, India; next stop, the world.
Apple saw record sales performance this past month on the strength of the new iPhone 5S, the iPad Air, and new Macs, an analysis of the company’s Taiwanese suppliers suggests. Taiwan-based manufacturers build most of Apple’s iProduct, either on the island nation itself, or in factories in mainland China.
2015 looks to be a big year for Samsung.
Players of the social mobile slot game can win “comps” at Las Vegas casinos.
Sponsored Post Ever feel like hacking a car? Ford wants you to do just that — with its Open XC platform.
A survey by Baidu shows that Chinese consumers are aware of wearable devices such as smart watches and fitness bands, and many of them are interested in purchasing one in the near future.
Guest Post Lately, there’s been an undercurrent of criticism against the web, and not just the web itself, but its constant intrusion into our lives due to smartphones.
GeoPoll raised $11.6 million for its mobile surveying technology, which lets organizations send out questions and get quickly get responses through text, voice call, or web-based surveys from anywhere in the world (except North Korea).
Currently, you can listen to music in Spotify. Or iTunes. Or YouTube, Soundcloud, Rdio, and any of a dozen other places. Listn, however, is aiming to aggregate all those musical silos into one simplified place to enjoy music — and chat about it.
Apple released an internal report of government information requests today, saying that countries around the world have asked Apple for private user data on about 2,219 accounts and precisely 36,464 devices between January 1, 2013, and June 30.
Streaming platform startup Agawi said it is expanding its offerings to enable app companies to stream their rich media apps to smartphones, tablets, and computers via Amazon’s web services cloud technology.
Nvidia is looking for a startup with the most disruptive innovation when it comes to using graphics processing units (GPUs).