Sony has launched SmartBand 2 with an integrated heart rate monitor and a $130 price tag.
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An initiative backed by the likes of AT&T, Intel and Qualcomm is hoping to accelerate the rollout of cellular networks customized for machine-to-machine communications.
Amazon and Microsoft are going after developers and IT departments with upgraded tools and cloud storage offerings.
Apiary has integrated an API testing service with the company's development platform to help developers continuously verify local code changes
Microsoft's move to acquire Nokia's devices and services business is a gamble that the company had to take to boost its flagging mobile business. For Nokia, it's an admission that it lacks the resources to compete with Samsung and Apple, say analysts.
AppSense has released MobileNow, a cloud-based service that combines device and application administration features, as it hopes to take a bite out of the growing mobile management market.
Enterprises that buy new mobile devices and invest in security and storage management will give worldwide IT spending a boost this year.
Research In Motion will launch BlackBerry 10 and the two first smartphones based on the operating system on January 30.
Marvel Comics next month will release a new application to add content enhanced with augmented reality to some of its comic books.
A new SIM card, dubbed nano-SIM, will free up room in phones for additional memory and larger batteries, allowing manufacturers to create thinner devices, German card maker Giesecke & Devrient claimed.
Operators Clearwire International, Tatung InfoComm and VMAX have for the first time demonstrated mobile WiMax global roaming, the WiMax Forum said on Monday.
Mobile phone outfit INQ Mobile, hopes to attract the masses to mobile data with the new INQ1, which comes with built-in support for Facebook, Skype, Last.fm and Windows Live Messenger as well as a low price tag.
Nokia's E63 smartphone, announced Wednesday, will cost US$250 before any subsidies -- a price that puts the phone maker ahead in a burgeoning price war and which one analyst described as "eye-popping."