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
Can social networking reinvent itself as a democracy? Article
Consumers will conduct almost 300 billion mobile payment and banking transactions worth more than $860 billion in 2013, a twelve-fold increase in gross global transaction values in five years,
CBS launched a new iPhone application promoting its TV.com website, enabling mobile subscribers to view full-length episodes of series including CSI and Star Trek via the iconic Apple device.
T-Mobile USA reported fourth quarter net income of $483 million, up from the $442 million total the operator posted in the third quarter of 2008 and a $100 million year-over-year increase. T-Mobile
Days after the resignation
of Marco Boerries, executive vice president of Yahoo's Connected Life division, the web services giant named his replacement, appointing Yahoo Mobile SVP David Ko the
Advertising agency Omnicom Group's OMD unit is instructing mobile content publishers to obtain third-party verification for their mobile display ad campaigns in an effort to enable more consistent
Mobile application development agency Mobui announced the launch of Mobui Audience Chat, a mobile group chat product enabling television viewers to interact with the show they're currently watching
Why are iPhone users so much more willing to pay for premium content? Article
Nokia announced its all-you-can-eat digital download service Comes With Music will launch in Australia March 20 in conjunction with the Nokia 5800 XpressMusic, the handset giant's first mass-market
AT&T announced the addition of new browsing restriction features to its AT&T Smart Limits for Wireless solution, which enables parents to establish parameters around their children's access