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AT&T Gets Juiced Up With Two New Mobile Applications

Get ready to do more with your mobile phone, because AT&T has announced a couple of new applications that will make your phone a...

7 Must-Have Mobile Phone Applications

With so many applications out there available for mobile phones, you may find that your phone memory is getting a little too crowded with...

MediaQ’s MQ2100 Controller Sets Higher Standard for Mobile Handset Video and Graphics Applications

MediaQ has announced the MQ2100 Multimedia Platform Controller, which lets mobile handset manufacturers rapidly integrate embedded cameras and color graphics into existing and new...

APRIVA Releases Apriva x57, An All-In-One Mobile Device – Providing Businesses With Unlimited Applications

APRIVA Inc., an innovator in wireless solutions for businesses, introduces the x57, an all-in-one mobile device for businesses, which includes a barcode scanner, magnetic...

Conversay, Mobile Mutant to Provide Voice-Driven Applications For Mobile Devices

Conversay, a global leader in enabling speech technologies for both mobile and traditional Internet access devices, announced today it will integrate speech technology into...

iDini Bridges Applications to the Wireless World with Mobile Desktop Solution for Enterprises

iDini Corporation, the provider of Application Bridging(TM) software technology, today announced the availability of the Enterprise Edition of its Mobile Desktop solution. Mobile Desktop...
If You Want To Appeal To Millennials, Go The Mobile Beacon Route

If You Want To Appeal To Millennials, Go The Mobile Beacon Route

As millennials age and move into more mature cycles of consumerism, an ever-increasing number of businesses are seeking ways to target this large demographic,...

6 Best Fitness Applications for Android

Leading a healthy and active life is extremely important and we somewhere deep down inside we all understand that, however, making that happen every...

Just Two Years for 63 Percent Rise in Apps Usage -Nielsen’s Mobile Usage Data...

The statistics with App Stores has always amazed us! As a planet flooded with millions of applications, App stores are rich in content and...

Digi-Capital Analytical Report: Mobile Internet Industry and Growth of mCommerce by 2018.

The mobile world is influenced by of 3 prominent 'D' factors- it has Depth, it is Dynamic and it is Diverse! As an industry...

Digi-Capital Analytical Report: Mobile Internet Industry and Growth of mCommerce by 2018.

The mobile world is influenced by of 3 prominent 'D' factors- it has Depth, it is Dynamic and it is Diverse! As an industry...

OpenMobile ACL For webOS Coming In July

Phoenix International Communications is attempting to resurrect OpenMobile's ACL for webOS and they are looking for help via Kickstarter.

Video: KOULE Smart Ball with Autism-Specific Applications

The greatest challenge is simply helping these children break out of their shells, so to speak, and the KOULE smart ball comes with autism-specific applications to do exactly that.

Samsung Galaxy Note Confirmed for T-Mobile USA

The massive 5.3-inch "phablet" has been available through AT&T for some time, but now Old Magenta is getting into the mega-smartphone game too with the Samsung Galaxy Note.

Microsoft Windows Mobile Marketplace To Be Shutdown On May 9

It appears like Microsoft is slowly losing their love for their Windows Mobile OS as the company is fully concentrating on the Windows Phone platform. What you see above is the full email that is being circulated to WinMo users which details about the company’s decision to officially shut down Windows Marketplace for Mobile 6.x.

ESRB Ratings Going Mobile

The CTIA Wireless Trade Association issued a statement today that they are entering into a partnership with the ESRB to start rating mobile applications.

Nokia and Polar Mobile to develop 300 media apps for WP7

Nokia has forged a deal with Polar Mobile of Toronto to put together no fewer than 300 media applications on WP7. Interestingly, the deal calls not only for WP7 apps, but also apps for existing Symbian and MeeGo-based devices.

Ortsbo to Real Time Translate Your Mobile Chats Too

In case you haven't figured it out already, we live in an international world and, believe it or not, not everyone speaks English. Ortsbo by Interntainment is meant to break down some of those language barriers.

Sage Mobile Payments adds credit card processing to phones and tablets

Artists at exhibits, vendors at trade shows, limo drivers at airports; nobody likes a missed sale. Which is exactly the problem Sage Software Inc. is looking to eliminate with today's launch of their new fee-free encrypted credit card payment device.

Motorola debuts Droid Bionic for Verizon and Cliq 2 for T-Mobile

Hot on the heels of the announcement of Motorola’s PC-Smartphone hybrid Atrix for AT&T yesterday, the manufacturer has two other smartphones on show at CES, but this time for Verizon and T-Mobile.

Windows Phone 7 now with 5,000 mobile apps (and growing)

No, this number is nowhere near as impressive as what you'd find through the App Store for the Apple iPhone and other iOS devices, but it represents a major milestone for Microsoft's latest mobile operating system. If you happen to be rocking something like the Samsung Focus or HTC Surround, you can now go to the Windows Phone 7 Marketplace and find no fewer than 5,000 apps.

Hitachi Travelstar superslim 500GB mobile hard drive is just 7mm

Hitachi has upped the ante for hard-drive manufacturers going into 2011 with their new line of Travelstar hard-drives, cramming 500GB into a 7mm package.

Google Mobile adds search for iPhone and Android apps

If you're using Google Mobile to search for things on your smartphone, there's a good chance you may be interested in two new special features.

HTC HD7 with Windows Phone 7 on T-Mobile mid-November

The Windows Phone 7 train is slowly rolling its way into the T-Mobile station and it looks like one of the first devices to show up at "Magenta" with the new Windows Phone 7 OS is the HTC HD7. You may have seen some leaked photos of this smartphone already, and you may already know it as the Schubert, either way this phone looks pretty sweet with its massive screen real estate of 4.3-inches (largest in USA apparently).

Motorola Defy Android smartphone is rugged, exclusively on T-Mobile

Though Motorola doesn’t claim their DEFY is “rugged” they do say it is scratch and water resistant and dust proof; thanks in part to its out-of-the-box bumper solution.  Running Android 2.1, Defy has a 5-megapixel camera with flash, digital zoom and auto focus.  

Huawei U8100 is first Android phone from Wind Mobile

So, you've been itching to get your hands on a new Google Android phone, but you don't want to break the bank in the process, nor do you want to sign a lengthy contract. Wind has you covered, because they've just released the Huawei U8100. This touchscreen smartphone is the first Google Android smartphone to be made available through Wind Mobile in Canada and you can get it for just $160.

Transactions 2.0: Using a mobile phone to pay your restaurant bill

Leaders from varios mobile payment companies met in a panel discussion at the 8th AlwaysOn & STVP Summit at Stanford to discuss the newest wave of payment since the credit card. The discussion, titled Transactions 2.0, was hosted by Randy V. Sabbet J.D., CISSP, Partner, Internet & Data Protection, Sonnenschein. The group covered topics regarding the safety and use of electronic signatures, using a cell phone to pay bills, online payments made by entering a cell phone number instead of a credit card, and a single-click check out process for credit cards using our mobile phones.

Mobile scanner shootout: Who scans best?

As we move slowly but surely toward a more paper-free existence, we still rely on some physical forms for certain things. In order to best accommodate this transition, you'll want to have a reliable document scanner, but you probably want to save some space. That's where the professional mobile scanner market comes into play. We had the opportunity to look at three of the top offerings in the niche and they each had their respective pros and cons. The Canon Imageformula P-150 is perfectly happy with duplex scanning and offers fast speeds, but the software leaves much to be desired. Similarly, thePlustek MobileOffice AD450 has a 20-sheet capacity and it can even accept plastic cards for scanning. However, it's boxy shape makes for a challenging fit in most laptop bags.

Review: Fujitsu ScanSnap S1300 mobile scanner

With a small but steadily growing population of the computing force being Mac users, it’s nice to see Fujitsu thinking of us by offering a serious mobile scanning hardware solution. The Fujitsu ScanSnap S1300 is just under $300, and will appeal not only by Mac users, but any mobile professional serious about document processing. The S1300 is silver and gray. It folds down nicely in to a compact 11.18 x 3.90 x 3.03 inches and weighs in at 3.08 lbs. It’s a little bit thick at 3.03-inches, but will fit in to larger laptop bags, perhaps even a large briefcase. I think it could have been a bit thinner, but Fujitsu did a good job of keeping it looking sleek.

Review: Plustek MobileOffice AD450 scanner

Plustek has been manufacturing digital imaging products since the mid-80s. Their latest group of scanners are part of the Mobile Office line, the one we are looking at today: the Plustek MobileOffice AD450. An automatic document feeder (ADF) scanner capable of 600 DPI resolution and 20 sheet capacity.

Review: Canon Imageformula P-150 mobile scanner

The Canon Imageformula P-150 is the latest mobile scanner from Canon. It sells for under $300 online, and can scan at duplex up to 20 sheets per sitting. A perfect portable scanning companion for your mobile office. Definitely compact in size, light-weight and measuring only 11 x 3.7 x 1.6-inches, the P-150 is thin enough to slip in your laptop bag or rucksack.

Ouidoo Scene device takes augmented reality mobile

Forget about 3D for a moment, a company called QderoPateo could have something even more exciting. The firm is set to demonstrate the new Ouidoo Scene device at the "Above the Clouds" event planned for this Friday. What makes this smartphone-like device so special? It has been designed from the ground up to handle augmented reality. Being showcased just in time for the Shanghai World Expo, the Ouidoo Scene is said to be "beyond" a typical smartphone.

SXSW hot with mobile location-oriented services: Who’s stalking you today?

All the rage at SxSW this year happens to be mobile-location oriented services. The divide between digital and real world is quickly vanishing. Social-networking is on an upward spiral of acceptance. Services that connect your physical whereabouts with virtual friends is gaining ground and companies like FourSquare, Gowalla, BrightKite and Whrrl are making it all happen. Where are you? What are you doing? Who will know where you are? Those are the questions that will be asked by the next-generation of social-networking applications, are you prepared to give out the answer and send your location to the clouds?

Android developers get Adobe Photoshop Mobile Editor

The PSD file format is so popular that even rival image manipulation programs support the PSD file format. With Adobe re-branding its flagship software as CS “Creative Suite” and creating an application for the iPhone, it was only a matter of time before we saw Photoshop for the Google Android line of phones. Called the “ Mobile for the Android 1.1” - it allows the user to do easy photo editing and image effects on the fly.

Microsoft to let you install mobile apps on memory cards, sticks one to iPhone

When Apple came forward with the App Store for the iPhone, everyone got pretty excited. At the same time apps had already existed on other platforms; just not in a unified storefront. The other trouble was that other smartphones did not have the same kind of internal storage capacity as the iPhone. As a result, it has been more difficult to install quite as large a number of applications on other smartphones because of internal memory limitations.

Rugged Sonim XP2 Spirit smashed and battered at Mobile World Congress

Is your work considered extreme? Would Mike Rowe think twice about walking onto your job? Check out the latest from Sonim Technologies, a part of their Xtreme Performance series, the Sonim XP2 Spirit is a rugged new 3G phone designed for anyone in the Calgary oil fields, to the deep Alaskan mines.

Symbian S^3 released: The open source mobile OS with fliptastic finger tricks

Symbian's recent mobile operating system dubbed S^3, will go down in history as the companies first entirely open source release to engage more people in creating an application environment free of restrictions.

Mobile XDR architecture the future of mobile devices, 3D gaming

Faster gaming, more resource intensive applications, longer battery life, and hopefully a bit cheaper on your pocket. That is basically what you can expect when Rambus' Mobile XDR memory architecture is implemented into the next-generation of mobile devices.

T-Mobile HTC HD2, Motorola Zeppelin and Nokia Nuron releases leaked

Plenty of release dates have been leaked on T-Mobile USA about new products that are set to be released over the next few months of 2010. The release that is expected on March 10th is the Motorola Cliq XT, which previous reports have referred to as the Zeppelin.

AT&T allows TV on the iPhone through SlingPlayer’s Mobile 3G application

AT&T announced Thursday that the SlingPlayer Mobile application will be able to stream video over their 3G network, allowing users to watch video recorded at home anywhere their iPhone's go.

VeriSign Identity Protection mobile app on Verizon Wireless phones

Customers looking to increase the protection of their online data can now use VeriSign Identity Protection (VIP) Access for Mobile. VIP Access for Mobile application is using a two-factor authentications credential, certified for BREW (Binary Runtime Environment for Wireless), allowing users to access trusted applications directly from their mobile device.

Voice encryption for mobile phones cracked: 12 out of 15 methods deemed insecure

For those of you that use voice encryption products on mobile phones the last thing you would expect is for it to be easily decrypted and intercepted. You may have shelled out good coin for your application and rely upon it for your intellectual security, but what if that security was not as tight as you had imagined, what if a readily available wiretapping utility attainable by anyone, and a simple Trojan slipped on to your device could compromise all of your calls?

LG GW990 best choice for mobile multitasking

Moorestown provides the computing power needed to bring PC functions to smartphones. It's smaller, faster and better than anything LG has done before

Samsung “bada” Joins Army of Open Mobile Platforms

Going through the smartphone market, you'll find more than a few options when it comes to different platforms. Apple has its own iPhone OS....

Windows Mobile Gets Capactive Multitouch with HTC Leo (Video)

There are many reasons to get excited about the pending launch of the HTC Leo smartphone. It's going to get a 1GHz Snapdragon processor,...

Mobile-Friendly Secondary USB Monitor (Mimo 710-S)

For people who are accustomed to a dual monitor configuration, going on the road with a regular laptop can be an exercise in frustration....

More Apps Downloaded by T-Mobile G1 Users than iPhone Users

We all know that the iTunes App Store for the Apple iPhone is remarkably popular, but as it turns out, it's not quite as...

Windows Marketplace for Mobile Mirrors Android Market Shopping Bag?

Ever since the App Store launched for the Apple iPhone and iPod Touch, it seems like every other smartphone manufacturer wants to start selling...

Good Facebook App Arrives on Windows Mobile

What's the point of having a smartphone if you can't poke your friends on the go? For those of you rocking a Windows Mobile...

PocketGear Launches App Store for Windows Mobile

As smartphones continue to gain in popularity among the masses, so will the popularity of third-party applications. Following in this philosophy is the launch...
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