To the extent that rivals like Palm and BlackBerry want to compete directly with Apple in the growing smartphone market, they should also consider opening their own stores. If they're opening their own app storefronts to compete with the App Store, why not physical stores to compete with Apple's gleaming temples of technology? ...
Google plans to unveil AdSense for Mobile Applications Wednesday. the tool allows companies that develop applications that run on Apple's iPhone and Google's operating ... Read the whole story
Google's formal announcement that it was feeding AdWords placements into iPhone and Android apps took me by surprise today. I thought this had started ... Read the whole story
A new report underscores just how long the long tail is in Apple's App Store. More than half of iPhone applications have less than ... Read the whole story
With more than 1 billion iPhone apps downloaded and a string of Apple competitors opening their own app storefronts, Google and other companies are ... Read the whole story
A number of big newspaper publishers have struck deals with Verve Wireless to create systems for delivering content to mobile devices, including cell phones ... Read the whole story
Verizon Wireless and its subsidiary Alltel Communications have agreed to pay $1.5 million to the state of Florida to resolve an investigation by the ... Read the whole story