We've been here before, haven't we? Apple and Samsung are in court for their patent infringement trial, part deux, and it's not pretty.
When it comes to email opens on a mobile device, iOS leaves Android's little green alien shaking its little green head.
Adfonic, a European mobile advertising network, has introduced a new version of its Adfonic software development kit for Apple and Android devices, said James Macdonald, Adfonic's US general manager.
If you live in New York City and listen to blues-rock band The Black Keys, you probably need someone to repair your apartment's plumbing and/or heating. You also likely are in the market for a luxury car — at least according to Internet radio provider Pandora.
Company insider Thorsten Heins has been named president and CEO of Research In Motion, Inc. (RIM), the company that markets the Blackberry, said Paul Carpino, RIM's VP of investor relations, on Jan. 23 in a conference call. Heins said RIM is currently in the process of recruiting a new CMO.
I may originally hail from New Jersey, but I still can't find my way around a mall. The new indoor Google Maps aims to help.
Although Oracle's lawsuit against Google for infringing on Java patents to develop the Android operating system has the potential to drive up costs for marketers who use the platform, most are keeping their concerns to themselves as the litigious saga continues.
Google has agreed to acquire mobile device manufacturer Motorola Mobility for $12.5 billion. The acquisition is expected to close early next year.
All aboard the tablet bandwagon! Following in the footsteps of Apple's iPad, a BlackBerry tablet and a host of similar Android-based devices - by Dell, LG, Motorola and others -- are set to hit the market.
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