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 games and applications developer Hands-On Mobile announced its popular Guitar Hero World Tour Mobile title is now available via Google's Android Market virtual application storefront. The
Wireless navigation and local search solutions provider Networks In Motion announced its acquisition of real-time traffic information provider TrafficGauge. Financial terms were not disclosed.
The Virgin Mobile USA CEO talks data growth and hybrid plans. FierceWireless
Mobile entertainment provider Zed announced a partnership with independent film and television studio Lionsgate to develop and launch their multi-platform reality program Instantly Rich in
Consumer groups petition to terminate the Apple/AT&T deal. Article
Google CEO Eric Schmidt
anticipates mobile search revenues will surpass search on the PC within the next several years, "not decades," citing the increasing sophistication and affordability of
Online retail giant Amazon.com will introduce a free Kindle ebook application for Apple's iPhone and iPod touch, offering consumers full access to more than 240,000 premium digital titles. The move
Developer Workshop is a series of profiles exploring the current state of the mobile marketplace from the point of view of the software developers mapping out its future. Each profile will focus on a
Arcade gaming institution Taito Corporation (now a wholly-owned subsidiary of entertainment software publisher Square Enix) announced the release of its flagship Space Invaders for Apple's iPhone.
Consumer attitudes toward shopping via mobile device remained largely unchanged between late 2007 and late 2008 according to separate surveys of U.S. subscribers conducted by market analysis firm ABI