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The Federal Communications Commission has opened an investigation due to AT&T's decision to reject Google's voice app on the iPhone.

Posted Aug 04, 2009

Because of the increased popularity of smartphones, including the iPhone, which can connect to the internet through Wi-Fi, mobile operators have been losing access to billing programs that once ran through the operator's network.

Posted Jul 31, 2009

Noodle, a social networking and collaboration platform, is now available for iPhone users at Apple's App store.

Posted Jul 31, 2009

Open Text, a provider in Enterprise Content Management (ECM), announced that FirstClass Mobile is now available as a free download from the App Store.

Posted Jul 21, 2009

Ineoquest has announced development of the Apple iPhone application--iVMS Mobile - to allow service providers to monitor and improve digital video quality remotely and as a result, simplify the delivery of digital video and improve customer service.

Posted Jul 21, 2009

QuickPlay Media Inc., a provider of solutions that manage the business of mobile video, announced the closing of a private placement for US $12 million.

Posted Jul 14, 2009

Colligo Networks Inc., a provider in SharePoint client solutions, announced the launch of Version 4.0 of its Contributor for SharePoint product line.

Posted Jul 07, 2009

AccuWeather.com, a multimedia weather information source, and The Associated Press, announced the launch of mobile weather information for AP Mobile.

Posted Jun 30, 2009

RealNetworks released its latest media player called RealPlayer SP, which stands for "social" and "portable."

Posted Jun 30, 2009

Telogis, a global platform for enterprise location based services, announced the launch of GeoZone, a free resource for GeoBase developers.

Posted Jun 26, 2009

A9.com, a subsidiary of Amazon.com, has purchased SnapTell, a startup that offers users a way to search for product information from their mobile phones.

Posted Jun 19, 2009

Momail, a provider of consumer email services for mobile devices, launched Twitter support for its mobile email.

Posted Jun 12, 2009

CommonTime, an enterprise mobility provider, announced mSuite support for the Apple iPhone.

Posted Jun 12, 2009

OutStart, Inc., a provider of social business software and learning systems, has merged with Hot Lava Software, a company with applications for reaching cellular subscribers.

Posted Jun 09, 2009

When I was invited to speak on mobile search, advertising, and SEO at ThinkMobile, a new mobile industry conference in New York this March, I expected it (like the majority of mobile events I have attended over the last months) to focus on technology issues first and the potential impact on how we live and work second.

Posted Jun 08, 2009

OverDrive, a provider of infrastructure for distributing digital content, announced that digital audiobook catalogs from publishers will be compatible with iPod and other Apple devices after an upgrade of OverDrive's free audiobook software.

Posted May 29, 2009

VASCO Data Security International, Inc., a software security company specializing in authentication, launched DIGIPASS for Mobile Enterprise Security Edition.

Posted May 29, 2009

Mobifusion, a mobile apps developer and partner for media and publishing companies, announced the release of Mobiviewer 2.5, a multimedia platform that improves viewing and reading experiences on mobile phones.

Posted May 12, 2009

Forbes.com announced a new Intelligent Investing application is available on the Apple App Store.

Posted May 12, 2009

The Healthcare and Science business of Thomson Reuters announced compatibility between EndNote, the bibliographic management software used by researchers, librarians, and students, and OpenOffice.org Writer. Thomson Reuters also announced that it has released Thomson Reuters News Pro application for the iPhone and Blackberry.

Posted May 12, 2009

No, this is not another column instructing publishers to extend their brands to mobile. I think that case has been made already to almost all parties on the consumer side and to an increasing number of business information providers. At this early stage, everyone's degree of commitment varies, of course, because no one really knows what sort of revenue streams will evolve. Some publishers just repurpose their RSS feeds for mobile access; others have third-party providers cherry-pick website content to reshape it for the small screen. It feels like 1997 all over again.

Posted May 07, 2009

Amazon.com, Inc. has acquired Lexcycle, the company that created the iPhone reader, Stanza.

Posted May 01, 2009

RefWorks announced the launch of RefMobile, a new interface that enables students and researchers to use the RefWorks web-based research management service via web-enabled mobile phones, smart phones, and personal data assistants (PDAs).

Posted Apr 21, 2009

Bell Mobility and Coveo, a provider of information access and search solutions for the enterprise, announced a search and access tool called Enterprise Search from Bell.

Posted Apr 07, 2009

The mobile phone, a personal device we have on us at all times, has gained a new importance at this intersection. As Alan Moore, author and independent consultant, points out, "We are inevitably moving towards the Mobile Society, where our mobile devices become the remote control of our daily lives."

Posted Apr 07, 2009

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