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  • Mobile Operators Team Up On Apps Against Apple
    Two dozen of the world's largest wireless operators have formed an alliance to challenge Apple's domination of the mobile applications market by creating an open platform allowing developers to rea ...
  • Warming Up To The Android Robot
    The tepid initial sales of the Google phone notwithstanding, this is definitely the year to start watching Android. ComScore reports that Android's share of the smart phone market doubled fr ...
  • Study: Consumers Left Cold By iPad
    Despite working industry followers into a ravenous frenzy, Apple's iPad unveiling failed to capture the imaginations of potential consumers -- or at least according to a follow-up study by electroni ...
  • Is Apple Out To Control In-App Advertising?
    A warning from Apple it will ban iPhone applications with advertising linked to a user's location is rippling through the tech blogosphere in light of the company's recent acquisition ...
  • Apple Adds Web-Based Access To App Store
    Last fall, Apple introduced the browser-based iTunes Preview feature allowing customers to view music offered via iTunes without actually launching the media player. Apple is now expanding that service ...
  • Panel: Mobile Advertising Harder Than Ever
    Mobile advertising promises higher response rates than the desktop Web, but is more hampered than ever by a fragmented landscape of different devices, operating systems and application storefronts. That w ...
  • Mobile App Indexes Merge
    It's consolidation time for the Web's many mobile app directories. Appolicious, a popular iPhone and Android app directory is acquiring AppVee, which provides thorough video reviews of iPhone and Andro ...
  • Consumers To Spend $6.2B On Mobile Apps This Year
    According to a new Gartner report, "Application Stores; The Revenue Opportunity Beyond the Hype," consumers will spend $6.2 billion in 2010 in mobile application stores while advertising revenue is expect ...
  • Take That, Apple: Kindle Introduces Apps
    Amazon Thursday announced the release of software development tools for its Kindle e-reader that will let developers create and eventually sell their own applications for the device. Amazon's launch ...
  • Report: Android Chasing iPhone In Mobile Ad Share
    Don't turn around Apple, Android may be gaining on you. Google's mobile operating system accounted for more than a quarter (27%) of U.S. ad requests on smartphones in the four ...
  • Mobile Users Will Spend $6.2 Bil On Apps
    Mobile phone users will spend $6.2 billion downloading apps this year, up from $4.2 billion last yea ...
  • Study: Mobile Web Beats Mobile App
    A recent case study of a Continental Airlines campaign suggests that advertising on the mobile Web performs better than in mobile applications. Continental ran a campaign last summer with MediaVe ...
  • Gartner: Mobile App Revenue Near $7 Billion By 2013
    Revenue from mobile applications will increase more than 50% this year to $6.8 billion from $4.2 billion worldwide as smartphones proliferate. Of that total, only $600 million is expected ...
  • Did ComScore Goad Gartner?
    Online publisher Mobile Entertainment is reporting that comScore has questioned the findings of a new Gartner research report, which determined that Apple's App Store accounted for 99.4% of all mobi ...
  • Report: Mobile Apps To Make Over $7 Bill This Year
    Think mobile apps are a nickel-and-dimes market? Well, according to new Gartner research, consumers will spend $6.2 billion in mobile application stores this year while advertising revenue is expected ...
  • Appolicious Adds Curated Apps, Developer Directory
    Appolicious.com was started last September to help consumers navigate the rising tide of iPhone and other mobile applications. Building on features like expert and user reviews and ratings, the si ...
  • Is IPhone App Store Missing $450 Mill?
    Mashable looks into a new report claiming that the iPhone App Store has lost a whopping $450 million to piracy and "cracked downloads." No doubt, cracked software and piracy ...
  • Forrester: Smartphone U.S. Market Share Reaches 17%
    Good news for Google today as it launches the Nexus One, its own high-end mobile device. The proportion of adult U.S. subscribers owning smartphones jumped to 17% last year fr ...
  • Survey: Mobile Execs See Big Ad Gains In 2010
    Nearly half of mobile industry executives and analysts in a new survey expect mobile ad spending to double this year, while almost one-third expect it to grow by 200%. That ...
  • Report: Opportunity For Apple in App Search
    Will Apple be the Google of mobile app search? A new report from investment firm Broadpoint AmTech suggests the iPhone-maker has an opportunity to monetize the search process for applicatio ...
  • It'll Even Show You The Bus That Runs You Over
    Finally, an app for the biggest jerks on the sidwewalk -- the texting walkers. The Type n Walk iPhone app uses the phone's camera to show the strolling texter wh ...
  • Report: iPhone, Android Users A Lot Alike
    Awareness of the Android mobile operating system is rising, according to comScore, which found that 37% of U.S. mobile users had heard of Android in November. That was up fr ...
  • Report: Apps Hot For Holidays
    The volume of apps downloaded to Apple's iPod Touch saw a nearly 1,000% jump on Christmas Day, according to mobile app analytics firm Flurry. Overall, the App Store saw ...
  • Flurry, Pinch Media Merge To Boost App-Tracking
    Mobile app analytics rivals Flurry and Pinch Media have announced they're merging with the aim of consolidating leadership in the space as the app market takes off. By combining, t ...
  • Enter the App Age?
    "Who the hell ordered 'Turkish Hits' for their iPhone?" "I was curious," my daughter answers, as if I should be proud of her experimental spirit rather than scold her f ...
  • Do Apps Want To Be Free?
    A recent report from ABI Research predicts mobile app downloads will hit 5 billion in 2014 (up from 2.9 billion this year) and that Android's share of the market wi ...
  • CNet Unveils Mobile Shopping App For Android Phones
    CNet has launched a new consumer electronics shopping application for Android-powered phones. The free Scan & Shop app offers editor and user reviews, product details and comparison pricing data amo ...
  • For Bing, Too, There's Now An App For That
    The search engine wars continue to heat up between Microsoft and Google. And now Microsoft has entered the mobile market with an iPhone application aimed at those searching for ...
  • Google Releases New Mobile App; Voice Gets Accents
    Google just released the new version of its Mobile App on iTunes, including more search results on a page, and Web pages that open within the app and not ...
  • AT&T App Hits The Spot
    AT&T has finally done something right as far as its iPhone service is concerned. The iPhone app AT&T released Monday for reporting dropped calls, no coverage, poor voice quality a ...