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Paragon Software Group, a software developer and content provider for mobile devices and desktop PCs, has launched The Talking English Dictionary for the iPhone and iPod touch.

Posted Oct 10, 2008

News Corporation and VeriSign, Inc. announced the sale of VeriSign's minority share of the mobile entertainment joint venture to News Corporation for approximately $200 million.

Posted Oct 10, 2008

Trapeze Networks, provider of enterprise wireless LAN equipment and management software, and Agito Networks, Inc., announced the certified interoperability between Trapeze Networks' line of NonStop Wireless networking equipment and Agito Networks' RoamAnywhere enterprise fixed mobile convergence (eFMC) solution.

Posted Sep 30, 2008

OverDrive, a digital distributor of downloadable audiobooks, eBooks, and more to libraries, schools, and retailers, announced digital audiobook support for Microsoft's Zune digital media player with the OverDrive Media Console v3.1 release.

Posted Sep 26, 2008

Paragon Software Group, a software developer and content provider for mobile devices and desktop PCs, has launched Merriam-Webster's Collegiate Dictionary, Eleventh Edition, the college-level desk dictionary for iPhone and iPod touch.

Posted Sep 23, 2008

The holidays came early to 125 high school students when Microsoft gave Zune players to students in exchange for research data, in hopes of expanding its products into schools across the country. Devices were given to 100 Fort Sumner High School students in New Mexico and 25 at South Valley Junior High in Liberty, Mo. The idea was for students to watch videos and listen to podcasts recommended by teachers and fellow students with the expectation of enhancing their educational experience.

Posted Aug 25, 2008

The number of consumers accessing web content on their mobile phones will likely surpass the number of users accessing the web via fixed PC connections by the end of 2008. But a singular focus on repurposing content for small screens ignores what makes mobile indispensable to our everyday lives: the ability to deliver the right content to the right user in the right context.

Posted Aug 20, 2008

Paragon Software Group, the software developer and content provider for mobile devices and desktop PCs, and PONS has launched a series of multilingual dictionaries for iPhone and iPod Touch.

Posted Aug 12, 2008

CareTools Inc., provider of mobile healthcare information technology, announced its digital medical record system for iPhone and iPod touch will be available on the Apple App Store.

Posted Aug 01, 2008

The Associated Press has invested in mobile news services start up, Verve Wireless.

Posted Jul 29, 2008

Bango, the mobile web technology company, announced a new technology designed to help website owners measure the value of mobile sites by accurately counting unique visitors browsing their site.

Posted Jul 22, 2008

HyperOffice, provider of Enterprise Collaboration Software and tools, launched a new public beta of its business collaboration tools.

Posted Jul 18, 2008

Mobile Content Networks (MCN), provider of real-time Federated mobile search solutions, announced that Nokia's WidSets service has selected its white label platform, MobileSearch.net, to power WidSets Search.

Posted Jul 15, 2008

Paragon Software Group, the technology solutions provider, released Handy Converter for mobile devices running on Java MIDP 2.0 and BlackBerry, upgrade for Windows Mobile (Pocket PC and Smartphone), and Symbian S60 3rd Edition.

Posted Jul 01, 2008

Agito Networks, Inc., provider of enterprise mobility, announced that it has closed its Series B round of financing, raising approximately $13 million.

Posted Jul 01, 2008

KIT digital, provider of proprietary IP-based video distribution technologies, and Media Gateway, the international digital media content clearing house, have agreed to work together to provide a broad suite of video content for various mobile TV launches in the Middle East and North Africa region.

Posted Jun 10, 2008

Cool gadgets alone do not change engrained media consumption habits. It took nearly 2 decades for PCs, broadband, and ease of use finally to converge to the point that Googling for the answer to anything became a reflex. Media change is a long, complex, and very unpredictable interplay of cultural, technological, and economic forces slowly transforming conventions over time. No single device is responsible for such shifts. They represent the accumulated energy of many confluent forces.

Posted Jun 03, 2008

NowPublic.com, a participatory news network, announced a partnership with ShoZu, provider of mobile social media services.

Posted May 30, 2008

Agito Networks, Inc., delivering technology in enterprise mobility, announced its collaboration with Cisco and support for the new Cisco Motion vision.

Posted May 30, 2008

InterVision Network Corporation, providing Internet Protocol broadcasting development, announced that the company will begin offering its solution for Live Streaming Global Broadcasting.

Posted May 30, 2008

Oxygen Software announces the availability of Oxygen Forensic Suite 2, which is designed for forensic extraction of electronic evidence from cell phones, smartphones and other mobile devices.

Posted May 23, 2008

Predictably, mobile content delivery scenarios require publishers to develop made-for-mobile sites and destinations. It's not a mammoth task for major publishers, but it can be a huge headache for eager independent publishers or smaller content providers anxious to move their old media into new territory.

Posted May 23, 2008

Despite living in a world saturated with new technology, much of it able to process words as never before, 60% of teens do not view instant messaging, phone text messaging, e-mail and social network sites as real writing, according to an April 2008 study by the Pew Internet & American Life Project and the National Commission on Writing.

Posted May 16, 2008

Bango has announced Bango Analytics, a new goal comparison feature to see that allows mobile marketers to see which mobile ad campaigns and traffic sources deliver the best conversion rates.

Posted May 13, 2008

Research In Motion (RIM), RBC, and Thomson Reuters announced plans to launch the BlackBerry Partners Fund, a $150 million venture capital fund, to invest in mobile applications and services for the BlackBerry platform and other mobile platforms.

Posted May 13, 2008

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