Biography for Jason Ankeny
Jason Ankeny is the executive editor of FierceMobileContent and FierceDeveloper as well as a regular contributor to Entrepreneur magazine and the website All Music Guide. He previously served as senior editor of Telephony and its sister publication Wireless Review--additional credits include efforts for publications including Rolling Stone, Wax Poetics and No Depression along with liner notes for a number of album releases. He lives in Chicago and may be reached via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Articles by Jason Ankeny
Mobile content retailer Mobile Streams announced the U.S. launch of its off-portal Ringtones.com effort, promising subscribers access to more than 20,000 licensed MP3 and polyphonic ringtones from
Device manufacturer Research In Motion announced the availability of a new push application programming interface enabling developers to push real-time content to BlackBerry smartphones. According to
As confusion and controversy over Apple's App Store approval policies continue to mount, it appears the computing giant may begin to accept more adult-themed content with the forthcoming introduction
Customizable text alert creation and sharing solutions provider Kadoink has discontinued its mobile services two weeks after the firm was seized by creditor
Hercules Technology Growth Capital for
AT&T Navigator topped all other AT&T applications in terms of new sales between January and March, the operator reports. While AT&T did not specify exact application download totals for
Dissatisfied with Amazon's Kindle, publishers begin to explore alternatives. Article
Sprint's prepaid Boost Mobile division confirms it is working to bolster its network capacity in an effort to solve a spate of text message delays, promising the fix will be in place later this week.
Online retail giant Amazon.com is poised to launch a larger version of its wireless Kindle ebook device optimized for displaying newspapers, magazines and textbooks. Citing sources briefed on
Sprint posted first quarter losses of nearly $600 million, citing a charge related to severance costs, but reported the largest sequential improvement in gross additions in its history thanks to
Another iPhone application has run afoul of Apple's mysterious approval policies--this time, it's an update to the official Nine Inch Nails app developed in conjunction with the pioneering industrial