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Handcase has launched a new mobile search tool designed for small-screen devices such as smartphones.

Posted Jan 22, 2010

CommonTime announced that it has added support for the Motorola Droid and Nexus One smartphones to its mSuite enterprise mobility framework.

Posted Jan 19, 2010

Library automation company SirsiDynix announced the upcoming release of BookMyne, its comprehensive iPhone application for library users.

Posted Jan 19, 2010

Newspaper and magazine aggregator NewspaperDirect announced support for the Android mobile operating system, through its PressDisplay.com portal.

Posted Jan 08, 2010

After several weeks of buzz, Google unveiled its new Android-powered phone, the Nexus One.

Posted Jan 08, 2010

NewspaperDirect Inc. is making its entire library--1,400 publications in 44 languages from 93 countries--available to all Sony Reader users.

Posted Jan 05, 2010

ChaCha has added another $7 million in funding upon the completion of an E round on Dec. 22.

Posted Jan 05, 2010

Audiobook and ebook distributor OverDrive has announced the beta release of an audiobook app that enables Android users to download their digital audiobooks wirelessly.

Posted Dec 22, 2009

Evryx Technologies, Inc., has announced the completion of an interim funding round led by T.R. Winston & Company.

Posted Dec 22, 2009

Gale, part of Cengage Learning, announced the launch of an iPhone application for its AccessMyLibrary library advocacy program.

Posted Dec 18, 2009

Mobility developer CommonTime announced support for Acer's Liquid A1 Android device with its mNotes Wireless Lotus Notes application.

Posted Dec 11, 2009

Social media developer LivingSocial released an app for the iPhone that gives users access to daily coupon offers based on participation, and allows restaurants and other stores to promote their business through LivingSocial's community.

Posted Dec 11, 2009

The New York Times has launched a reader application, dubbed Times Skimmer, which allows online readers to explore the newspaper while retaining much of the layout and pagination of the print edition.

Posted Dec 04, 2009

IEEE has launched its first mobile version of the IEEE Xplore digital library.

Posted Dec 01, 2009

Multicast Media Technologies added live streaming and on-demand video capabilities to its Multicast Media Suite video platform.

Posted Nov 20, 2009

Questia Media Inc. announced that it had made its entire collection of works available through a new research application for the iPhone and iPod Touch.

Posted Nov 20, 2009

NSEC, makers of the Keepod portable USB device, announced a partnership with IBM and VMware to bring the Lotus Symphony suite to users of the credit card-sized device.

Posted Nov 20, 2009

Livestream announced the availability of its free service for live streaming to the iPhone and iPod Touch.

Posted Nov 17, 2009

NewspaperDirect released a mobile version of its PressReader platform that allows users to access the company's stock of digital newspaper replicas from an iPhone or Blackberry device.

Posted Nov 13, 2009

EBSCO Publishing announced the release of EBSCOhost Mobile, a mobile portal that gives users access to the EBSCOhost interface and all current databases through mobile devices.

Posted Nov 13, 2009

Google has announced its acquisition of AdMob, a mobile advertising company based out of San Mateo, CA that specializes in targeted mobile ads and analytics

Posted Nov 13, 2009

The new White Label mobile publishing platform from the Associated Press and Verve Wireless will allow users to create their own customized, branded applications based on the AP Mobile platform.

Posted Nov 10, 2009

The creators of Peek, a mobile email device, are releasing a purpose-built device designed solely for use with Twitter.

Posted Nov 06, 2009

U.K.-based search developer Simplexo is releasing an enterprise search app for Apple, Blackberry, and Windows Mobile 6 devices.

Posted Oct 30, 2009

Farming data provider Agrian has released an eponymous application for the iPhone and iPod Touch, providing those involved in crop protection and food safety with the ability to access over 3,800 manufacturer-approved labels anywhere at any time.

Posted Oct 27, 2009

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