Nine days after Clutch.io announced that it was shutting down its mobile testing service, Convert.com has thrown developers a lifesaver.
It seems like birds don’t fly the nest at Twitter, they just keep making the nest bigger. The social network acquired Cabana today hoping the team will serve its third party developers.
Scratch Instagram from the list of brand name applications making their way over to RIM’s BlackBerry 10 platform.
As of today, Google is allowing developers to build free trial periods into their subscription apps.
Youbetme is a product for people who want to flex their muscles, intellectual or otherwise, and challenge their friends to bets big or small.
Editor’s Pick Twitter CEO Dick Costolo made a fluffy and flustered appearance on The Today Show Tuesday morning to introduce the masses to the all-new, more personal, more consistent Twitter.
Facebook chief executive Mark Zuckerberg didn’t mince words today about the company’s past mobile strategy.
Flurry generated more than 100 million video views in August for its video ad network service. And those ads are proving to be effective at getting users to install new apps.
Flipboard has announced a new milestone: The soccial tablet app has hit 20 million users and is gaining new faces at a rate of one new signup per minute.
Magisto’s app automates the video editing process, making it possible for people to upload video clips and let the service do the work of cutting the video.
If you run an online shopping/ecommerce business of some kind, you’re gonna want to get your mobile act together, STAT. A new survey shows that it 2012, holiday shoppers will be taking to their phones more than ever.
BiNu is a platform that brings smartphone app services to feature phones, a.k.a. “dumb” phones, reviled by the technorati but still widely used around the globe, and it has just taken $2 million from TomorrowVentures, the funding vehicle of Google’s Eric Schmidt.
Twitter is taking on yet another company with the acquisition of iOS app tester Clutch.io. The company that prides itself on helping developers ship products quickly joined Twitter’s team today.
Facebook makes mobile less risky with an ad unit designed for application makers.
Activision Blizzard and Swrve are proving that mobile games are as important as those for consoles.
Near Infinity, a software development and big data company the caters to the U.S. government, has raised $17 million in a new round of funding.
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Launched in 2011, Buddy.com is a “back-end-as-a-service” startup that provides a place for people to build mobile apps without server-side code. The company announced today it has raised $1.1 million in its seed funding.
Gone are the days of Hooked on Phonics on cassette tape. Today’s kids are turning to technology and games to learn before they ever get to kindergarten. One company operating in this space is Mindshapes, which offers several educational kids games for mobile devices.
Advertising and customer-engagement company SessionM has raised $20 million in second-round funding to help turn any mobile application into a user retention game.
Software company Alt12 has raised $1.26 million in new funding from Aydin Senkut’s Felicis Ventures. The company has three apps; one health-focused, one for expecting parents, and a new social network for kids and parents called Kidfolio, which it launched Tuesday. Alt12 is based in San Francisco, Calif. The full press release is below.