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Openwave debuts Passport, OpenMedia solutions

Software provider Openwave Systems announced a pair of new mobile web personalization services--Passport and OpenMedia--available via the firm's Integra service deployment platform. Openwave Passport

Thumbplay inks mobile content deal with Comcast

Mobile entertainment destination Thumbplay announced a partnership with Comcast to launch the Comcast.net Mobile entertainment library, enabling the cable giant's subscribers to download ringtones,

John Faith talks Myspace iPhone App

Social networking giant MySpace will launch its much-anticipated MySpace Music venture later this month, with the company also planning a mobile incarnation of the service, said MySpace Mobile GM

MediaFLO USA to expand to new handsets in Q4

Qualcomm's mobile broadcast unit MediaFLO USA will expand to two new handsets during the fourth quarter, announced SVP of programming and advertising Jonathan Barzilay during his appearance at

Mobile Entertainment Live! Insight on Advertising

Fewer than half of mobile media consumers presently view mobile ads, according to The Nielsen Company's VP of mobile media Kanishka Agarwal. Speaking at Tuesday's Mobile Entertainment Live! event,

Pics: Mobile Entertainment Live! Fall 2008

Solving the mobile music malaise

While acknowledging the mobile subscriber population represents "the largest market the entertainment industry has ever had," Warner Music Group EVP of digital strategy and business development

Mobile web strategies a hot topic at CTIA I.T.

Uncertain economic climate or not, the attendee numbers should be strong at the CTIA Wireless I.T. & Entertainment show from Oct 10-12 in San Francisco, says CTIA Vice President, Operations Rob

A wide-open race for OS dominance

What a difference a few months can make. Consider how much the mobile software landscape has transformed in the time since CTIA Wireless 2008 took place in early April: First and foremost, of course,

More big changes for the smallest screen

Roughly a year ago, as the mobile industry prepared to descend on San Francisco for the annual CTIA Wireless I.T. & Entertainment conference, Apple's iPhone was seemingly all anyone could talk