Amazon Web Services continued its march forward in the cloud today with a new GPU-powered service for processing data and streaming it to mobile devices for seamless experiences.
Tylr Mobile, a startup in stealth mode that is building a better way for business users to work on a smartphone or tablet device, has been selected by two accelerators, and has received investment from private individuals at companies like SAP, Salesforce.com and Oracle.
The good news keeps on coming for cloud infrastructure company Joyent — today, its announced a new CEO, global expansion plans, and a new product.
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MobileSpaces pulls in $3 million from Accel Partners to scale its mobile workspace, which segregates personal and professional applications, and keeps your data safe.
A class-action lawsuit was filed against 18 high-profile mobile application companies this week, resulting out of recent reports that these companies “steal” user address books.
Sencha, provider of HTML 5 tools for web and mobile developers, received $15 million in a second round of funding led by Jafco Ventures.
It’s good to be Apple. This is true in many ways, but especially in the mobile applications business. According to research firm Gartner, nine out of ten downloaded mobile applications in 2010 came from Apple’s App Store.
Location Labs, a company that helps developers create location-based mobile applications, today announced a partnership with CityGrid Media, a subsidiary of Web giant IAC and supplier of local content and advertising to other sites. The partnership will give Location Labs access to information on more than 15 million local businesses.
Salesforce.com, a company that creates applications for sales and customer support, today announced the launch of Chatter Mobile, a mobile application for colleagues to stay up to date on work activities while out of the office.
iBooks, the Apple application for users to download and read books, today released several new features with version 1.1.1. These additions include the ability to tap images to view them in greater detail, embedded audio and video within books and enhanced PDF viewing.