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CTIA Rumor Mill: Skype for iPhone

Om Malik is predicting that Skype for iPhone may be announced as early as Monday in Las Vegas at CTIA. Om says this is a necessity as Skype turns to mobile to keep its growth "intact." We've been

Goofus and Gallant go to CTIA Wireless 2009

CTIA Wireless 2009 in Las Vegas is just days away, and while most attendees are sure to be veterans of past conferences, the recent influx of new application developers and media startups also means

Why VoiceCon matters

"What's the excitement around VoiceCon?" The question came at the end of a pre-briefing for news to be delivered at That Other Show next week (CTIA) and it is a good one. "A lot of [VoIP] media" who

CTIA preview: Despite downturn, the show goes on for mobile entertainment

Mobile Entertainment Live! must really like Matchbox Twenty (or vice versa). Eighteen months after the pop band's guitarist Paul Doucette joined AT&T VP of consumer data Mark Collins on the

Looking forward a week and a month

March should be relatively calm, but the clock has started ticking toward a tumultuous April. Fierce will be closely monitoring the news coming out of CompTel and eComm this week. I expect at least

Microsoft leaks My Phone cloud service

After inadvertently launching its so-called SkyBox phone-to-cloud synchronization solution on Friday, Microsoft formally confirmed the service's pending release by opening up a placeholder webpage

Research In Motion makes friends with MySpace

With its share of the U.S. smartphone market now at 54 percent, Research In Motion announced a series of new initiatives poised to increase its dominance in the segment, highlighted by an agreement

Sprint introduces One Click

Sprint announced the launch of One Click, a new user interface design promising subscribers a customizable, carousel-style menu enabling one-step access to mobile data and entertainment services.

Exit Games enters into IMS integration

Multiplayer gaming platform service provider Exit Games announced integration of IMS connectivity into its Neutron multiplayer platform, enabling mobile application and game developers to offer

MapQuest finds its way to BlackBerry

AOL-owned mapping solutions provider MapQuest announced the beta launch of MapQuest 4 Mobile, a free downloadable application optimized for Research In Motion's BlackBerry smartphones. MapQuest 4