While Microsoft took its sweet time bringing Microsoft Office to mobile devices, CloudOn stepped in with its slick Office virtualization apps.
They’ll set the stage for GamesBeat 2013 coming in October.
Norwest Venture Partners partner Matthew Howard shares his views on what large tech companies can do to keep up with startups in a rapidly changing world.
Guest Post Consumers have spoken and it’s clear that they expect to be able to do anything and everything on a mobile device.
Editor’s Pick Creating and curating context is a key part of the mobile experience. Businesses need to know who their consumers are to achieve that elusive goal of reaching the right person with the right offer at the right time.
The Pebble smartwatch is in high-demand as Kickstarter backers wait to get their units, but it seems the public may be able to buy the device at Best Buy as soon as this weekend.
Think back on how rapidly our computing habits have changed over the past decade and try not to get whiplash.
I caught up with MobileBeat judge and venture investor Sean Jacobsohn to chat about the future of mobile business applications, monetization strategies that work, and the startups that are on his radar.
Guest Post Even though it was a minor announcement at WWDC, FaceTime Audio has the potential to be a big deal.
Guest Post Hybrid apps, which use an HTML5 core inside a native app “wrapper,” are an increasingly attractive option — but there are still some downsides to this approach.
Guest Post It’s the corporate version of the founder’s dilemma: Rarely can a startup define an emerging market and also go on to lead in its space. Case in point: mobile advertising.
Editor’s Pick Google’s enhanced ad campaigns are certainly enhancing one thing: Google revenue. After seven straight quarters of decreasing prices for clicks, Google ad prices rose 6 percent over the last three months — and are expected to jump another 5-10 percent in the next quarter.
With apps on just about every platform, Evernote knows a thing or two about app development. Here’s some wisdom from the company’s CTO.
Editor’s Pick Our phones are faster and smarter. Our laptops are thinner. But, for most of us, our headphones still have wires.
Guest Post Reality check: it’s really tough for mobile publishers to make money through advertising.
Editor’s Pick Mobile design has never been more important than it is now, and the top enterprise app makers have taken notice.
VentureBeat has asked around to find out which ad companies offer the most compelling mobile products today and beyond.
Guest Post For developers, this annual Mecca event sets the agenda for the next several months, and it’s safe to say we’ll all be busy again innovating for the Apple ecosystem.
Editor’s Pick We asked some of our favorite hacker nerds what they thought about iOS 7 and what it means for developers. Here’s what they told us.
Guest Post The race is on to find the next generation of tools and development processes that will make multi-platform mobile development as productive as desktop and web development have been for so long.
Guest Post In tablets, Microsoft has lost its focus.
The mobile web has long — and we mean long — been mobile developers’ promised land of milk and honey. But getting there is a long haul. Here are some tools to ease the ch-ch-changes.
Guest Post Here’s what it takes to actually make money from your apps.
Guest Post If your customers service isn’t robust and flexible enough to deal with the fast-growing mobile channel, your customers will write negative app reviews, vent on social media, or abandon your app (and your business) altogether.