“We’re not building a new mobile CRM,” said Nichols in an email interview. “We’re turning your mobile inbox into a platform that will connect to lots of different systems over time.”
Puzzle & Dragons will have an Angry Birds-themed level. Rovio will also hold an art contest for fans of both games.
This dashboard will tell app marketers how much revenue their apps are making from 20 sources. And it will tell mobile advertisers how their ad campaigns are performing across 10 to 15 networks.
Motorola’s cheaper, slower take on the Moto X is a little over a week from seeing the light of day.
BlackBerry isn’t dead yet — and it’s not giving up without a fight.
With two new console-style controllers, Moga aims to turn Android fans into hardcore gamers.
The augmented-reality, mobile-only Ingress will formally launch on Dec. 14. People are already playing it in more than 200 countries.
Telefonica is bringing the ZTE Open and Alcatel One Touch Fire to more countries in Latin America, along with the usable UI and affordable hardware of Firefox OS phones.
Pyreos, a spin-off of Siemens which makes extremely efficient infrared sensors using semiconductor manufacturing techniques, has raised $4 million in venture capital to expand globally.
Apple’s iPad Air and iPad Mini launch seems to be going very well indeed.
You too can feel like Sergey Brin, Larry Ellison, or even James Bond — flying around the world in a private jet. Fresh Jets launched its apps today that connect individual and business travelers with seats on private jets.
Editor's Pick This is what Steve Jobs meant when he threatened to go nuclear against Android.
After some false starts, game makers are conquering the world.
As our gadgets get thinner, the notion of tearing one apart for a do-it-yourself repair seems close to madness.
Sometimes execution is more important than originality. For an example, look to 6Wunderkinder, which just raised $30 million in a funding round led by Sequoia Capital.
Google Play is continuing its inexorable overtaking of the app store, with downloads now 25 percent higher, and app revenue that is slowly overtaking Apple’s app sales.
The reason is exactly the same one that impacts iOS market share: international markets.
“Conceptually, the solution that we came up with is very similar to a noise canceling headset,” Kumu’s Joel Brand told VentureBeat. “We look at the transmitter signal, and we inject a reverse noise that cancels that initial noise.”
Global phone shipments are over 418 million, smartphone shipments hit a record 250 million, and Android has captured a record 81 percent global market share.
The Nexus 5 is here.
Global tablet sales grew 37 percent to 47.6 million units in the third quarter. But the big story is that Apple grew only .6 percent, year over year, while Samsung more than doubled its Q3 unit sales from 4.3 million in 2012 to 9.7 million in 2013, for a 123% growth rate.
ICS Mobile will get celebrities and other famous folks to share their favorites on an app discovery platform.
Imagine a solar-powered iPhone that recharges wirelessly just by sitting in the sun! Or a MacBook that powers itself while you work joyfully in the park, birds tweeting happily all around!
Update: The Nexus 5 is here! Previous coverage below.
This is the social-gaming developer’s first thrust into mobile gaming.
Update: Google has officially announced Android KitKat’s features, confirming everything in this report.
Blend is a mobile app for college students only, which gives them free stuff in exchange for doing college-y things and sharing photos of them. The company has raised $1.325 million in seed funding to continue its national expansion.
REDWOOD CITY, Calif. — At one point this year, GungHo Online Entertainment’s Puzzle & Dragons was making $3.75 million a day — it’s practically a license to print money. And a gigantic slice of that money comes from Japan.
Sponsored Post The Webby Awards, the leading international award honoring excellence on the Internet, is now taking submissions to compete in this year’s pool of outstanding work.
Facebook is doing just fine in the ads game, it turns out.
If you want your brand to be blasted straight through the eyeballs of your target audience right into their occipital lobe with maximum force, Bing’s new ‘hero’ ads will be right up your alley.
TalkToDocs is a voice-activated health companion that lets people speak their questions to their phone and receive quick, responses from a database of 50,000 doctors.
Browsing through TabTale’s library of apps make me want to be a kid again. You get to plan a puppy birthday party, fly around the universe on a unicorn, and work as an ice cream sundae chef.
REDWOOD City, Calif. — Windows 8 on mobile has struggled to gain a foothold, but Kenny Rosenblatt thinks that’s about to change.
The mobile app contains location-based postings from students and the university organizations about campus activities. The goal is to put the “pulse of the community” in their hands so students can stay on top of what is going on around them, follow their interests, and communicate with fellow students.
We want same-day delivery. Restaurant ingredient checkers. Virtual play connectors that join us with far-away friends in real-time games. Digital assistants who analyze our performance and give advice. And in-stock detectors that will tell us if the product we want is in the store.
In a rare act, Apple admits its latest iPhone is less than perfect.
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After successfully bringing games to its mobile messaging apps, Tango is embracing another type of media: music.
Lenovo’s Yoga tablet may be the company’s most intriguing Android slate yet.
Women are now the primary purchasers of electronics for their families, and that’s something brand advertisers have yet to exploit.