AT&T announced new global rate plans for smartphone and PDA users who travel abroad. The plans range from $44.99 to $69.99 a month, depending on device class and email platform. They include
Nothing travels swifter... The tech industry, and wireless industry in particular, loves rumors. Today's issue boasts three of them: our number four story about Dell maybe
Vodafone will partner with Internet giants Google and Yahoo to launch a suite of ad-supported mobile services in mid-2007. The operator is currently in negotiations with an unnamed soft drink
Last week Google launched a free, voice-enabled 411 service that aimed to compete with legacy services and the budding mobile local search sector. Now, TellMe, which Microsoft is in the process of
Nokia Video Manager: copies and transcodes videos for mobile. Website Twitlet: a J2ME Mobile Twitter application.
Dennis Crowley and Alex Rainert, co-founders of the mobile social networking service Dodgeball, announced their resignations from search giant Google, which acquired the property in May 2005.
Mobile technology and applications developer Artificial Life announced a new partnership with Indian operator Bharti Airtel to release mobile game titles including "V-girl," "V-boy," "V-Penguins"
Why Google's acquisition strategy must hinge on the mobile platform. Article
Google quietly launched 800-Goog-411 , a free voice-based directory search service that can recognize speech and read results over the phone or
Google has experimentally launched a new directory assistance service that makes use of voice recognition for traditional 411 services. The news is of particular interest given the timing: Google