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Mojiva, whose powerful advertising platform makes it easy for marketers to reach customers via the growing mobile Web, today announced it has served over one billion mobile ads in its first eight months of operation. This achievement establishes Mojiva as one of the fastest growing mob...
Astaro has announced that users of Apple’s iPhone can now automatically setup a secure, IPsec VPN (virtual private network) tunnel with no technical knowledge required. This new process adds yet another method that iPhone users can use to connect to Astaro Gateway products. Astaro allo...
According to new research from the social media services provider Virtue, the Apple iPhone was the most talked about brand across social media sites in 2008. Apple itself and its iPod also made the list of the top ten most talked about brands.
Apple has sorta kinda gotten its way - like it got its way with the iPhone trademark. It wanted IBM VP and MPU maven Mark Papermaster, portrayed by IBM as a walking library of IBM trade secrets, to start running its iPod and iPhone engineering in November; IBM sued to enforce Papermast...
Despite the recession and consumer fears, Apple posted record numbers for the fourth calendar quarter, surpassing $10 billion in revenues for the first time in its life, hitting $10.17 billion, up 5.8%, on earning of $1.6 billion, or $1.78 a share, whizzing past its $1.06-$1.35 guidanc...
No one can doubt the success of Apple's iPhone, as it's now sold in over 70 countries and to date has well over 13 million units in use. I have been keeping a close watch and I’m sure that each one of us can say that they have seen one in use by a friend, neighbor and even a passerby i...
Bloomberg says that the SEC is reviewing Apple’s disclosures about the health of its CEO Steve Jobs “to ensure investors weren’t misled.” Great, Apple has little credibility and the SEC is trying to redeem its own sunken reputation. In a separate story Bloomberg said Jobs, now suddenly...
The iPhone 3G has arrived in Thailand with the mobile operator True Move. According to the website iPhones Talk, Apple reportedly negotiated for some time to get the phone into the country. Despite its potential appeal in the Thai market, there is speculation surrounding how many Thai ...
Apple CEO Steve Jobs said Wednesday in a company e-mail that he’s going to take a medical leave of absence until June and that COO Tim Cook will take over day-to-day operations as interim CEO. The news is bound to set off speculation that Jobs won’t be coming back. In his last message ...
i2Telecom International announced that its mobile phone solution, MyGlobalTalk, has been submitted to Apple for inclusion on its iPhone App Store. MyGlobalTalk is a free downloadable application that will allow iPhone users to place inexpensive phone calls to destinations anywhere in t...
Quickoffice announced the release of MobileFiles Pro, said to be the first application to include editable Office functionality for the iPhone and iPod Touch. The upgrade brings comprehensive editing and saving of Microsoft Office Excel files in the .xls format, Wi-Fi file transfer to ...
AssistiveWare announced that it will preview its product, Proloquo2Go, which uses Acapela Group’s forthcoming iPhone text-to-speech to provide a full-fledged communication solution on the iPhone and iPod touch for people who cannot speak. Also to show is the upcoming version of Infovox...
IGG Software announced the forthcoming release of iBank Mobile, a native iPhone counterpart to iBank 3. Capable of running on both the iPhone and iPod Touch, this new release will be available exclusively for download from the iTunes App Store in the first quarter of this year. Among t...
... Since there was not many new exciting iPhone demos at the MacWorld Keynote, we decided to release some of our own. Check out Cut & Paste from a real PowerPoint doc to Word. It works with Citrix! Let us know what you think of the file navigation application as well. Nothing to annou...
Transparent Language announced the release of its new Byki language-learning application for the iPhoneand iPod touch. Byki for iPhone and iPod touch sells for $9.99 per language – with an early-bird price of only $7.99 during the first 30 days of availability for each language. It cur...
DeviceAnywhere announced the addition of the Google Android G1, reported as the first handset from the open source Android alliance available on the T-Mobile network. The Android G1 device is the latest addition to over 1500 handsets offered on the DeviceAnywhere service, which include...
Best Buy announced that it is offering refreshed Apple iPhone 3Gs at store locations nationwide, claiming to be the first retailer to do so on a national scale. Three-hundred and fifty Best Buy Mobile stores have begun selling the Refreshed iPhone 3G at $149 for the 8GB model and $249 ...
iHome unveiled the details of its 2009 home audio product line, including a variety of new speaker solutions featuring a wide range of styles, price points and feature sets. iHome’s 2009 line-up includes: iP1 Speaker System for iPod/iPhone, iP71 iPhone/iPod Computer Speaker System with...
The reason Apple CEO Steve Jobs has been looking like a wraith is due to a mysterious new hormone imbalance that was hard to diagnose but now it has and Jobs expects to fatten up by summer. Jobs released a statement saying so Monday morning hours ahead of MacWorld opening apparently to...
NuageProduction released four applications for the Apple iPhone and iPod touch that help users customize access to thousands of international media sources. The NuageProduction solutions enable users to personalize content index from ever-expanding directories of TV networks, radio sta...
Soonr has announced the launch of an iPhone application that uses cloud computing to keep users in touch with their documents. A free version is available from the Apple App Store with expanded versions offered through mobile operators and SaaS providers. Soonr makes the documents on a...
"As many of you know," Steve Jobs tells the Apple worldwide community in a heart-rendingly frank memo, "I have been losing weight throughout 2008. The reason has been a mystery to me and my doctors. A few weeks ago, I decided that getting to the root cause of this and reversing it need...
Only if you were on the dark side of the moon could you have missed the impact of the iPhone. Its sweeping success has brought mobile services into the mainstream. As the first device to convincingly integrate traditional phone capabilities with Web access, it highlights the multi-chan...
The iPhone continues to gain steam in Japan, evidenced by Softbank's latest software announcement promoting Speeek, a voice-enabled electronic dictionary application that translates Japanese to English or Chinese. Using voice recognition technology the application can translate up to 1...
Retail behemoth Wal-Mart announced Friday that is would begin selling Apple’s popular 3G iPhone at 2,500 of its stores. Contingent on a 2-year service agreement with AT&T, the 8 GB model will sell for $197, while the black or white 16 GB model is being offered at $297. Both models will...
On its official blog site, Citrix has been talking this week about Project Braeburn, calling it "the coolest app that doesn't work on the iPhone...yet?" Braeburn is Citrix's codename for its attempt to build a Citrix Receiver for iPhone to allow access to Windows applications.
I’ve only got one thing I want to ask Santa Jobs for, and it ain’t a Red Rider BB Gun. All I want from Apple is a more open platform. Sure, the odds are slim as long as they remain dominant. That’s why I’m not asking them to completely open source the iPhone. I’m just asking them to cr...
ClairMail has announced the release of the ClairMail System including a mobile web solution optimized for the iPhone. The iPhone solution includes the comprehensive mobile banking and payments functionality found in ClairMail's traditional mobile web offering - account management, fund...
KACE announced the general availability of the KBOX iPhone Management Module, an appliance-based systems management solution for Apple's iPhone. The module allows IT organizations to centrally deploy, manage, and track their investment of iPhones throughout the enterprise, thus reducin...
While we are obviously disappointed by Apple’s decision not to participate in Macworld 2010, we are on track for a terrific show this year, with strong attendance numbers and nearly 500 exhibitors showcasing their products at the January event. Macworld Conference & Expo has thrived fo...
This is not the first time Jobs is having hissy fit over Macworld and its producer IDG World Expo. A few years ago when a genius IDG guy decided to move Macworld Expo East from New York City to Boston to save a few bucks, Steve Jobs was reportedly on the phone cursing every letter in t...
Do not dis the very people that will build and create the community for your product to survive. Can you imagine a Java landscape without its yearly flagship conference JavaOne? Unthinkable, but you can be rest assured that it will be a wonderful benchmark to which to measure Sun's com...
Pocket Cocktails, a new iPhone application, offers a fun twist to the traditional cocktail hour. Pocket Cocktails uses large, high resolution pictures, unlike other such applications which are mostly text based, and includes a "shaker" feature that selects cocktails at random. This ran...
The iPhone is a great example of cloud computing – or more accurately Software plus Service. I’ve said this at a few recent conferences and it always gets a raised eyebrow when I put an iPhone in my presentation but it gets the message across. The combination of Internet connected devi...
EMG Technology LLC, reportedly a one-man show, is suing Apple and its iPhone for patent infringement in the so-called pro-plaintiff "Rocket Docket" in Texas. Its founder holds five U.S. patents for navigating the web from a mobile device and IPTV. The patent it's waving under Apple’s n...
The reason why ex-IBM executive Mark Papermaster can’t work for Apple is because Apple and IBM compete in microprocessors for iPod and iPhones. That’s what the judge deciding where Papermaster can work – in view of his non-compete – said in his 28-page opinion explaining why IBM was ab...
Adobe and ARM are gonna put Flash Player 10 and AIR, the stuff of web video and rich Internet apps, on ARM widgets by the second half of next year. They mean phones, set-tops, MIDs, TVs, car mojo and personal media devices, which have so far only had access to Flash Lite, not the best ...
Paystar, the unauthorized Florida "cloner" with dreams of breaking Apple's lock on its hardware, has had its horns broken by a California federal court, which threw out its antitrust counterclaim against Apple's EULA. Back in the summer, Apple charged Paystar with copyright and tradema...
Mark Papermaster, the ex-VP of blade development at IBM and the guy that IBM stopped from going to Apple to run its iPod and IPhone development on the strength of the non-compete he signed, has sued his former master looking for a declaratory judgment in his favor.
Lightstreamer is a software product for delivering real-time textual data to any kind of application through the Internet. Banks and online-gaming companies typically use it to dispatch live updates to their Web pages or Flex applications, supporting high numbers of parallel connection...


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