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  • Stella Artois Taps Augmented Reality
    Meet AcrossAir -- an "augmented reality" startup, and what some argue is the future of the mobile Web. AR is a new and arguably over-hyped field that relies on ...
  • Mini Study: No Money In Android Apps
    It's not yet clear how many iPhone app developers profit from their labor, or what those profits amount to. What is clear -- according to a small survey conducted ...
  • Discover Launches App For Cardmembers
    Discover Financial Services is launching a Discover App for iPhone and iPod touch on the App Store that will allow cardmembers to manage their accounts. ...
  • Apple Defends App Approval Process
    While iPhone apps remain a popular pastime for many developers, Apple has successfully alienated a slice of the broader community. Facebook developer Joe Hewitt, for one, said he was "philosophical ...
  • Gartner Predicts Mobile App Future
    Gartner has identified the top 10 consumer mobile applications, but not for this year or next. No, it's recommending mobile apps for 2012 based on their likely impact on consume ...
  • Apple Alienates More App Developers
    While iPhone apps remains a popular pastime for many developers, Apple continues to alienate a greater share of the broader developer community. One reason? Apple's control over the App Sto ...
  • AdMob Debuts Video Ad Units
    AdMob isn't waiting on the sidelines for the Google deal to close. The mobile ad network has introduced interactive video ad units for iPhone applications. ...
  • Forget Shaking, New iPhone App 'Knocks'
    Startup Pointy Heads Software hopes to making "knocking" synonymous with live content-sharing on mobile phones. The Danbury, CT.-based company has released a new iPhone application that promises to let use ...
  • 100,000 iPhone Apps And Counting
    Apples says that its iPhone App Store has surpassed 100,000 apps, divided into 20 categories, including games, business, news, sports, health, reference and travel. To date, App Store users ha ...
  • Google Navigation Finds Its Way
    No informed industry watcher should be surprised by the news that Google's forthcoming Android 2.0 will include a free turn-by-turn navigation feature. For the digital mapping expert, it's a natur ...
  • Appcelerator Launches Agency Partner Program
    Mobile application platform Appcelerator announced a partner program for digital agencies that promises to provide the technology, training and development support to quickly and efficiently build apps for the iPho ...
  • Wave Eyes Own App Store
    Google Wave, the search giant's new Web conversation aggregator, is set to get its own version of Apple's App Store. Google Wave software engineer Lars Resmussen previously suggested Wave develope ...
  • Reports: Android App Boom Likely
    Like Apple's iPhone app marketplace before it, are we about to witness a boom in the development of Android app's? There are certainly plenty of Android OS-based smartphones on t ...
  • VW Goes All Mobile For Launch Of GTI
    The program will be promoted on VW.com and the company's Facebook page, which has some 300,000 followers, as well as sites like Twitter, and on YouTube, where VW will ha ...
  • Metacafe, Babelgum Partner for iPhone App
    In an unusual alliance of Web video brands, Metacafe has launched an iPhone application powered by Babelgum. Content on the new ad-supported app created by Babelgum will offer select materi ...
  • Apple Brings Freemium Model To App Store
    Apple's decision to allow free App Store applications to capitalize on in-app transactions is welcome news to developers. Until now, the option to sell content, subscriptions and digital services with ...
  • Pepsi Does Not 'Score' With #Apologyfail
    No wonder there's been a backlash to PepsiCo's "apology" for the iPhone app promoting its Amp Energy drink that promises to help men "score" with different types of women ...
  • Google's Android Taking Off, Will App Explosion Follow?
    Google's Android operating system is on a roll. Earlier this week, the search giant announced an alliance with Verizon Wireless that includes the launch of two Android phones this ye ...
  • Vonage Goes Where Google Voice Can't
    With Vonage Monday launching new apps for the iPhone and BlackBerry, questions were being raised about why the similar Google Voice app is still languishing in app approval limbo. T ...
  • TV's Killer App? Guess What, It May Be An App
    Widgets, or Web-enabled downloadable applications, may finally be the technology that drives an interactive TV - and advertising - marketplace. That's the conclusion of "Will Widgets Work?," a new whi ...
  • GetJar Offers New App Download Service
    Mobile application store GetJar has launched a service that helps people to find the right version of an app for their phone. The aim is to eliminate confusion from t ...
  • MMA Issues Revised Ad Guidelines
    The Mobile Marketing Association today released the latest version of its global mobile advertising guidelines Wednesday, with key revisions related to ads in mobile apps and the lengths of vid ...
  • Handmark Sees Rising Tide For All App Stores
    With Apple announcing this week that iPhone application downloads have hit 2 billion, it raises the question of whether rival new app storefronts have any chance of ever catching u ...
  • AdMob Gets Exclusive Deal For 'Tap Tap Revenge'
    AdMob has struck a deal with app developer Tapulous to be the exclusive display ad network on the iPhone for the company's wildly popular "Tap Tap Revenge "music game. Wi ...
  • How Many Of Those 2 Billion Apps Are Still Used?
    There's no question that the app-happy mobile Web is finally taking hold of U.S. consumers, and that Apple is largely responsible. Indeed, its iTunes store just served up its ...
  • Apple's Lovin' It
    Apple announced Monday that more than 2 billion applications have been downloaded from the App Store, a half-billion in jus the last quarter. Apple also said there are now mo ...
  • Starbucks Debuts iPhone Apps, Tests Mobile Payment
    With several unofficial Starbucks-finder apps already populating the App Store, the coffee giant itself has finally hit the iPhone with a pair of apps-one of which will eventually let custome ...
  • Adobe Debuts App Distribution Service
    Adobe Systems is rolling out a new set of services allowing advertisers and publishers to distribute Flash-based applications across social networks, mobile devices and the desktop more easily. ...
  • Is Apple Toying With Google?
    So, it looks like Google has released an unredacted copy of its response to an investigation by the U.S. Federal Communications Commission into Apple's apparent rejection of the company's Goog ...
  • Appolicious And The Rules Of Apptraction
    With the launch of Appolicious.com earlier this month, founder and CEO Alan Warms wants to give consumers a better way to sort through the 70,000 or so mobile applications alrea ...