• All Eyes Browsing New Opera Mobile 9.7 Beta

    The new Opera Mobile 9.7 beta has a lot of people talking and taking further attention away from competitor Safari, which lost its edge in the worldwide lead in mobile web browsing last month. Now, Opera is aiming to “accelerate the mobile browsing experience” for Windows Mobile-based phones. What it all boils down to is …   Read More

  • Adobe Flashes Back at Apple

    It’s difficult to find many points of weakness for where the iPhone lags behind the mobile technologies of other smart phones and pimped out handsets. But with Adobe Systems making great strides by introducing trial versions of its Flash software for Symbian, Palm and Android...

  • Taking a Gamble on Mobile Marketing

    Pressure has been mounting to legalize online gambling in the US. But for now, gaming advocates have had to rely on other business models to generate revenue and attention. Good Luck Gamblers is the latest. And they are taking a gamble on mobile marketing with...

  • Is Nintendo Getting Into The Mobile Phone Business?

    Next week, the video game industry will arrive in full at the E3 Expo annual trade show in Los Angeles. And already, there’s some controversy about what was said. Or not said. Implying in a discussion with reporters that “big surprises” were in store for...

  • Warner Brothers Prepares Flurry of New Apps

    Warner Brothers Digital Entertainment is planning to flood the mobile realm with dozens of new apps (at least forty in all) by the end of this year. Hoping to increase its presence in the digital sphere with an assortment of apps that will promote individualized...

  • Depeche Mode Launches App

    Hopefully, Depeche Mode will have a less controversial experience launching a mobile phone app than Nine Inch Nails did several weeks ago, when Apple refused to carry their revised app in their app store. For now, all is fine in the world of music and...

  • Open Source SMS/WAP, Mobile Marketing On Your Terms

    I’ve always been a fan of open source software, and anything protected under the GPL license. For quite some time now, I’ve been experimenting with a freely available open source SMS and WAP gateway called Kannel. For those who don’t know what open source means; It’s a type of software distribution in which the source …   Read More

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    All This And Pac-Man, Too?

    One open mobile operating system. Three thousand programmers. Ten minutes. That just about sums up Google’s brief but compelling Wednesday debut of Android, the open mobile operating system that has rallied numerous handset makers, cellular service providers, and software developers. Most of Android’s features seemed predicated on touch-screen technology, though tracker-ball technology is also compatible. …   Read More

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    Android’s Dev. Challenge Winner; “Scan” Barcoding App

    Jeffrey Sharkey has won the Google Developer’s challenge, and $25,000 for his “Scan” Android application. The main purpose of the app is to find pricing and metadata info from anything with a barcode, such as CD’s, books, and other products. We’ve seen this technology in...

  • A New Twist On Mobile Advertising By TapSlide

    TapSlide, Inc. made its debut on February 1st, vowing to provide a new twist on “complete mobile marketing solutions” for it’s clients. The company focuses on building branded mobile applications for iPhone, Android, and Symbian platforms, as well as combining those mobile applications with a...