Mobile health will be a top area of growth in the healthcare market next year, according to a survey of 1,835 healthcare executives conducted by Frost & Sullivan.
Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer says mobile computing may remake her company completely.
U.S. businesspeople working with their Chinese counterparts will benefit from a new mobile app that enables them to receive free calls from China Mobile numbers.
A new study on BYOD practices finds that mobile devices are so common in the workplace that a majority of employees believe they will replace the company-sponsored phone within five years.
Enterprise mobility continues to pose security challenges for IT professionals, with 77 percent of 1,622 IT pros surveyed by Dimension Data citing security as a major headache when it comes to mobility.
Just when you thought you had all of the acronyms down--BYOD, COPE, CYOD, MDM, MAM--here comes another one: bring your own cloud.
Wireless carrier executives are all revved up by the connected car opportunity. AT&T CEO Randall Stephenson has been particularly vocal about the possibilities: "The way we think about the car is that it's just a big smartphone on wheels," Stephenson said earlier this year at Mobile World Congress. "The connected car will become just as routine as people carrying a smartphone." Special Report
Mobile application discovery service Quixey (a Fierce 15 winner) has raised $50 million in Series C financing, vaulting the startup's total funding to $74.2 million. Chinese Internet giant Alibaba Group led the latest round, with existing investors Innovation Endeavors, TransLink Capital, U.S. Venture Partners Atlantic Bridge and WI Harper also participating.
Yahoo is acquiring Hitpost, the developer behind sports-themed mobile social applications including Sports Bet and Fantasy Football Polls. Financial terms were not disclosed.
When game developer PlayFirst purchased mobile ad firm Big Head Mode last month, many outlets reported the deal as an "acqui-hire" instead of a conventional merger or acquisition.