Cloud communications provider 8x8 is tapping into the BYOD trend with the new version of its Virtual Office mobile PBX, which includes an interface designed for use with the retina display on the iPhone and iPad.
Pocket said it has updated its app to support Apple's iOS 6 operating system and the larger screen on the company's new iPhone 5.
Another year, another new iPhone… and still no support for Near Field Communications. Apple finally took the wraps off its long-awaited iPhone 5 on Wednesday, and for all the bells and whistles the computing giant managed to squeeze into the supermodel-thin smartphone, NFC and mobile payments capabilities were conspicuously absent.
Apple said it redesigned its core iOS apps--from its calendar app to its iWork productivity app to its Garage Band music app--to take advantage of the iPhone 5's new, bigger display.
As the rift between Google and Apple grows, iOS will no longer include YouTube as a native app, and that means Google had to release one of its own.
SCVNGR, the startup behind the fast-growing LevelUp mobile payment application, is introducing new hardware that supports transactions across all Near Field Communications-enabled handsets.
Flipboard turned two this summer and it's been growing like crazy.
By now, you've noticed that we're covering Windows 8 in its various permutations pretty heavily in this week's issue of FierceMobileIT.
Mobile operators in the U.S. raked in second quarter 2012 data revenues of $19.3 billion, up 5 percent quarter-over-quarter and a 19 percent year-over-year increase, according to new research from Chetan Sharma Consulting.
A great deal of energy in the last couple years has gone into defending cloud computing and the consumerization of IT against the obvious security problems they introduce. Cutting through the buzz, Dino Londis explains how and why security standards have declined amid these new technologies.