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Volo Media, a provider of advertising, metric, and reporting solutions for downloadable media, has announced the company’s official name change from Podbridge, Inc. to Volo Media, Inc

Posted Nov 30, 2007

Teragram, a provider of multilingual natural language processing technologies, announced a significant upgrade to MyGADs.com, a new service that allows anybody to create, access, and share personalized information through the web, cell phone text message, or through IM chat.

Posted Nov 30, 2007

Texterity, Inc., a publisher of digital magazines in the United States announced that it now has 52 digital publications now available on the iPhone and iPod touch, along with easier access, improved performance, the ability to view pages, and visit links of advertisers.

Posted Nov 27, 2007

Amazon.com has introduced Amazon Kindle, a portable reader that wirelessly downloads books, blogs, magazines, and newspapers to a high-resolution electronic paper display that looks and reads like real paper.

Posted Nov 20, 2007

MobiMate Ltd, a provider of travel services for mobile devices, has announced the completion of a round of financing led by Motorola Ventures, the strategic venture capital arm of Motorola, Inc.

Posted Nov 20, 2007

Bango has launched its "Get On My Mobile" Bango Button to enable anyone using a social website, media sharing site, forum, or blog to make their content available to mobile phone users worldwide.

Posted Nov 16, 2007

Keeping with years of tradition, I always like to mark the EContent 100 issue with brash predictions about where publishers will start seeing some money or investment in the coming days. For 2007 my prognostications focused on the rising importance of content merchandising, the ad-supported mobile media model, increased emphasis on ad-targeting, and the possible (possible, mind you) revival of micro-payments. Boy, am I glad I hedged my bets.

Posted Nov 15, 2007

A closer look at Bango, whose founders envisioned that the mobile web would someday become as open and user-friendly as the PC web.

Posted Nov 14, 2007

BSG Clearing Solutions (BSG), a billing and payment service provider, announced the addition of a new mobile phone payment solution to its Advanced Payment Gateway (APG) service.

Posted Nov 13, 2007

Armedia LLC, a provider of content management-related products and solutions in the United States, has released the Armedia Mobile Experience for EMC Documentum, enabling real-time access from mobile devices through a partnership between VSR Networks and Armedia.

Posted Nov 09, 2007

In addition to Skype's founding investor Morten Lund, United Mobile has attracted several new investors who intend to provide funds and counsel.

Posted Nov 06, 2007

Nokia Research Center (NRC) and Reuters are working together on a mobile journalism project intended to transform the way journalists file news reports when on the move.

Posted Oct 26, 2007

Bango introduced the Bango Boosted web services API meant to enable mobile site builders to deliver Bango features to their customers' sites.

Posted Oct 23, 2007

The Nielsen Company announced that it has launched two new internet and mobile measurement services--Nielsen Online and Nielsen Mobile.

Posted Oct 16, 2007

Mobile search and advertising provider, Medio Systems Inc., announced that it has appointed Ben Tatton-Brown as the head of advertising sales for Europe, the Middle East, and Africa.

Posted Oct 09, 2007

Nokia and NAVTEQ announced a definitive agreement for Nokia to acquire NAVTEQ.

Posted Oct 05, 2007

CommonTime, a result of the combination of IBM Lotus and Mobility, announced the beta release of mNotes5--secure, wireless Lotus Notes email for individuals.

Posted Sep 28, 2007

Olive Software, a provider of electronic publishing and digital archiving technologies, intends to introduce mobile content technology on iPhone and Blackberry handheld devices.

Posted Sep 28, 2007

With Glide Mobile on your iPhone users can now access, edit, format and share Microsoft Word documents.

Posted Sep 18, 2007

Verizon Wireless and WeatherBug, a provider of live, local weather information, announced that WeatherBug has been selected by Verizon as the company’s exclusive weather partner for several of its mobile entertainment and information services.

Posted Sep 11, 2007

Carlyle Solutions announced the launch of a new information service for US cellular phone users.

Posted Sep 05, 2007

A push mobile email service for Gmail users worldwide has been launched by Emoze. The free service, available for downloading directly to consumers' mobile handsets, or via a web-based wizard, targets Gmail account holders.

Posted Aug 31, 2007

ZYB, a mobile data company, has released a new version of its service. Currently known as a mobile phone backup service, ZYB now stores content from the phone online, and also connects users to friends.

Posted Aug 28, 2007

Publishers may have been short-changed when they embraced the fixed internet only to see their brands and offerings diluted by major search-engine brands that called the shots and picked the content. Thus, they would be short-sighted not to explore the world of exciting and lucrative opportunities offered by the emerging mobile web.

Posted Aug 28, 2007

RealNetworks, Inc., MTV Networks, a division of VIACOM International, and Verizon Wireless, a joint venture of Verizon Communications and Vodafone have announced they are teaming to create an integrated digital music experience.

Posted Aug 24, 2007

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