Chicago-based writer Jason Ankeny is the executive editor of Fiercemobile content, a daily electronic newsletter dedicated to mobile media, applications and marketing.
30 Recent Stories
Apps & Software
AT&T rolls out a new tool to recommend mobile business apps.
Meet Milton, a virtual office manager for small businesses in need of supervision.
Here are some must-have apps for small businesses.
The mobile app market has no age restrictions. Meet game developer Joseph Hudicka.
50 cities and 10 lifestyles energizing businesses of all shapes and sizes.
How one online venture is working to update an old industry
Google Places gives you a virtual storefront where you can track traffic.
GetGlue recommends movies, music and books based on what already floats your boat.
For pro athletes, entrepreneurial endeavors are a natural play.
Yowza!! matches merchants with customers on the go.
Gowalla is erasing the line separating the real world from its virtual counterpart.
MicroVentures connects startups with angel investors.
Marchex helps small businesses track and elevate their social media profiles.
To elevate their digital profiles and carve out entrepreneurial niches, more businesses are turning to social media and other free digital marketing alternatives.
A smartphone that lets you make up your own mind
AMD's platform shows small businesses a new way to see.
Record, listen or take part in a live discussion. TalkShoe lets you do it all.
Toshiba offers up a unified messaging solution aimed at helping small businesses sort it all out.
Bargain hunting meets viral marketing via Groupon.
Meet Omar Hamoui, the entrepreneur who channeled innovation and frustration to build a mobile advertising network Google couldn't live without.
Apps & Software
These startups are enabling the low-cost creation of iPhone apps. No programming experience necessary.
Google Android OS Egnyte enables mobile entrepreneurs to do more without an office.
GetJar has quietly emerged as the mobile app portal of choice for millions worldwide.
Poster art is expanding beyond concert promotion into small-business arenas as companies break away from conventional marketing.
For small business marketers, the mobile advertising equation is beginning to add up.
Sheila Kelley's S Factor cleans up on dirty dancing.
The buzzed-about social media platform presents a direct channel to customers, a launching pad for new projects and a sounding board for innovation.
The Mobile Keyboard 6000 is a svelte sensation.