News and Articles About Mobile
Yahoo agrees to buy the movie-making app for iPhones, as it tries to increase its presence in the world of smartphones and tablets.
Five years since the crisis, opportunities in financial technology are plenty. We talk to three entrepreneurs who have grown their startups in New York's FinTech Innovation Lab.
The iPhone maker may be moving ahead with plans for a watch-like device as gadget makers turn their attention to wearable computers.
Celly builds mobile social networks that can be accessed by any cell phone, unlocking possibilities for group communication during social and political protests.
Republic Wireless is a $19-per-month voice, text and data service that relies on Wi-Fi as its primary network.
Entrepreneurs working in financial technology are helping banks grapple with everything from Big Data and cybersecurity threats to the growing number of customers using mobile and social media.
The book seller says sales of its color tablets are down more than 30 percent.
BlackBerry launched a service on Tuesday allowing corporate clients and government agencies to secure and manage devices.
A rundown of the features you might have been waiting for, but don't know exist yet.
Call them modern day Mad Men. We talk to three ad-tech entrepreneurs about their best advice for starting up.
Silvercar is out to make car rental more personal and a lot less of a hassle.
Michael Schneider, CEO of Mobile Roadie, offers tips for small businesses looking to take their businesses mobile.
A new coalition presses Apple, Samsung, Microsoft and others to make devices unusable if stolen.
Stay on top of business from anywhere with these 4G wireless smartphones, tablets and computers.
While Apple's CEO calls it the 'biggest change to iOS since the introduction of the iPhone,' many features can already be found on other devices.
It still faces hurdles, but the computerized glasses have the potential to revolutionize the way we interact socially.
The use of smartphones and mobile devices has exploded. When you combine that with the billions of dollars spent on advertising each year, you get a hot new sector: advertising technology.
New York-based bMobilized has an algorithm which will generate a version of your company's website specifically designed to fit mobile devices.
Mary Meeker's 'Internet Trends' report heralds hands-free tech as the next big thing.
Despite some drawbacks, Google's futuristic eyewear can be an indispensable travel device.
These tools can enhance your mobile experience and make your iPhone more useful.
In a letter to chief executive Larry Page, lawmakers demand answers on how the tech giant plans to protect citizens' private data.
A look at four types of devices that are pushing the boundaries of mobile capabilities.
Here are some initial impressions of Google's much-anticipated computerized glasses.
Considering launching an app? Consider the negatives, and ask yourself these three key questions first.
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