BlackBerry and Flurry announce Flurry Analytics
by CXOtoday News Desk    May 15, 2013
Category : News & Analysis
BlackBerry developers now have access to industry analytics tool.
HTML5-capable mobile devices to total 1.4 billion in 2013
by CXOtoday News Desk    Apr 10, 2013
Category : News & Analysis
Developer uptake requires stronger OS, chipset integration
Google mulls buying WhatsApp for $1 billion
by CXOtoday News Desk    Apr 08, 2013
Category : News & Analysis
Google is very keen for the deal to go through because it is working on a project known as Babble that would provide cross-platform communications between its services.
Newgen to launch new business process suite
by CXOtoday News Desk    Apr 02, 2013
Category : News & Analysis
Expands its BPM suite by adding analytics, mobility, social media integration and complex-event processing.
Tags: Newgen, BPM, ECM, CCM, Android
Dell Services unveils mobility application solutions
by CXOtoday News Desk    Mar 12, 2013
Category : News & Analysis
Dell Services has unveiled a gamut of Enterprise Mobility Application solutions
Networking creates devices buzz at mobile fair
by Reuters    Feb 28, 2013
Category : News & Analysis
Phablets, a phone the size between a phone and tablet, is making a big splash at the Mobile World Congress at Barcelona.
Virtual assistants to nudge out mobile apps?
by CXOtoday News Desk    Feb 08, 2013
Category : News & Analysis
Voice recognition apps Siri and Google Now could signal the end of the app era
Google Maps makes its way back to the iPhone
by Reuters    Dec 13, 2012
Category : News & Analysis
Technology : Hardware & Software
The Google Maps app will be compatible with any iPhone or iPod Touch that runs iOS 5.1
Microsoft and Google financials could surface at trial
by Reuters    Nov 15, 2012
Category : News & Analysis
The proceeding will determine how much of a royalty Microsoft should pay Google for a license to some of Motorola's patents.
Google's Android software in 3 out of 4 smartphones
by Reuters    Nov 04, 2012
Shipments of Android-based smartphones made by Samsung, HTC and other vendors nearly doubled in the third quarter, reaching 136 million units
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