> EA Mobile debuts Tetris Blockout. Article > Content provider Aspiro acquires mobile marketing firm My Mobile
Verizon Wireless announced the 10 most successful mobile games introduced by the operator in 2007. The countdown:1. Tetris by EA Mobile (New 2007 version)2. Smarter Than A 5th Grader? by Capcom
> Sprint rejects $5 billion SK Telecom investment. Article > Nokia launches social networking
> EA Mobile to launch SimCity Societies. Release > Watchmaker TAG Heuer, design
Semiconductor developer Broadcom Corporation announced an agreement with Electronic Arts to power EA Mobile game titles. Broadcom will optimize the EA Mobile properties via its VideoCore III mobile
Sprint announced the launch of the Sprint Arcade, a subscription channel for casual games enabling customers to download multiple titles for a flat monthly fee of $9.99. Powered by EA Mobile, the
Mobile advertising agency 4th Screen Advertising announced it signed an extended contract with British national broadcaster ITV. The deal follows a six-month trial, during which time 4th Screen
EA Mobile Europe names Tim Harrison director of marketing. Ironroad appoints Mats Dahlin chairman. New Motion names Sue Swenson COO.
EA Mobile names Barry Cottle general manager. Orange appoints Katrien Barrat multimedia and convergence director. Dialogue Communications names Dr. Guillaume Peersman managing
> Nuance intros GPS-based mobile voice search for BlackBerry smartphones.