The fragmented mobile digital rights management arena just became a little more cohesive with news that Nokia will use Microsoft's PlayReady digital rights management technology in its S60 software.
Handset giant Nokia announced its acquisition of personal media sharing solutions provider Twango. Financial terms were not disclosed. The Twango social media platform promises to simplify
SERVICE PROVIDER SPOTLIGHT... Citizens Communications Former Microsoft executive Maggie Wilderotter, who also had stints in cable, wireless and interactive TV ventures, has been heading up this
Navigation firm Wayfinder is snapping up Finnish navigation operation Navicore. Wayfinder, which has had some success getting its navigation application on Blackberry devices, said its purchase â€¦
Microsoft's IE Mobile team has updated the HTML, CSS, WAP and DOM scripting reference information
Ubuntu Linux announces Mobile and Embedded edition. Announcement WSJ on T-Mobile's WiFi/UMA
Microsoft's MAPI allows developers to manipulate folders and messages on Windows Mobile devices. The
Nokia announced Web Run-Time , a new widget engine for S60 devices. Read the Nokia press release or the
Google quietly launched 800-Goog-411 , a free voice-based directory search service that can recognize speech and read results over the phone or
Hoping, perhaps, to compete with the iPhone's cool "pinching" interface, Microsoft has taken the wraps off of its own solution for handheld web browsing, called (oddly enough) Deepfish.