Australian taxi app and mobile payments platform startup Ingogo is one step closer to listing publicly, with the company expecting to close a new AU$12 million funding round by May.
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BlackBerry's smartphone business is limping along but the company knows mobile device security. It plans to apply that expertise to billions of potential connected things.
Samsung plans to launch a fingerprint authentication mobile payment service in South Korea this month, with the aim to later expand it globally, the company has said.
Microsoft has purchased cross-platform, mobile business-intelligence vendor Datazen Software, a Toronto-based company, for an undisclosed amount.
Microsoft is working on a new set of Azure 'mobile first/cloud first' microservices for business users, an effort some at the company say could become another billion-dollar business.
The company hopes to expand the base of developers working on 3D mobile sensing by reducing the price of entry to $512.
Long before many had desktop PCs, HP introduced a pocket computer that kickstarted my passion for mobile gadgets.
The company makes a sports video analysis platform that allows coaches and athletes to capture, edit and share game or practice video from mobile devices.
Alan Trefler, CEO of Pegasystems, a $600 million software company, shares strategy on bootstrapping a company, creating great customer service, and why "mobile first" is not always best.
Priv, a mobile app company that serves as a beauty and wellness matchmaker, is out of the gate early with a Salesforce Service SOS implementation. Here are some points to ponder.
Apple's rollout of Apple Pay has accelerated dramatically as the company aims to win the mobile payments race.
Rio Tinto is soon due to complete a seven-year project that has seen the company connect its fixed and mobile assets to take advantage of predictive analytics.
Finnish smartphone startup Jolla has rekindled efforts to find OEMs to build Sailfish OS devices and is eyeing a space as a European security-focused mobile comms company.
Following on from the Superfish debacle the company found itself embroiled in earlier this month, PC maker Lenovo is promising to bring to an end to the practice of pre-loading crapware onto systems.
Vodafone Australia has signed an agreement with video-streaming Nine-Fairfax joint venture Stan to provide video services to its mobile customers as the company launches shared plans.
Is Microsoft looking to Android vendors like Cyanogen and Samsung to give the Redmond company a leg up in the mobile space?
While boasting "great success" with native advertising since 2013, Yahoo's CEO admitted "we had to reinvent ourselves" to be a "mobile application company" kept afloat by display ads.
Cyanogen, the company that backs the popular CyanogenMod alternative Android firmware, wants to take on Apple and Google for mobile operating system domination.
The team behind photo backup and sharing mobile platform Odysee is set to join Google+ after the search giant acquired the San Jose-based company for an undisclosed amount.
As we look at how software will be evolving, traditional PC applications and mobile apps have some substantial differences, key among them the depth and flexibility traditional applications offer that are often an anathema to mobile users.
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