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AT&T adds Yahoo oneSearch

AT&T announced an agreement with Yahoo to integrate the web services giant's oneSearch mobile search solution into its MEdia Net portal, positioning the Yahoo service as its on-deck default

Verizon Wireless nearing search deal with Google

Verizon Wireless and Google are poised to announce a partnership that would install the web services giant as the default mobile search portal across the operator's device portfolio. According to The

Zi Corporation to appeal Nasdaq delisting

Mobile discovery and advertising solutions provider Zi Corporation announced it will request a hearing before a Nasdaq Listing Qualifications Panel to appeal the stock exchange's decision to delist

Sprint Web browser debuts

Sprint Nextel announced the launch of Sprint Web, promising an improved mobile web browsing experience featuring an adaptive homepage that pushes content based on the subscriber's previous usage

Google touts mobile ad promise after disappointing Q2

Google shares dropped in after-hours trading Thursday after the web services giant's second quarter earnings report failed to match expectations. Google reported Q2 earnings of $5.37 billion, a 39

Nokia WidSets taps MCN for mobile search

Mobile search solutions provider Mobile Content Networks announced its white-label MobileSearch.net platform will power search for Nokia's WidSets mobile content consumption, creation and sharing

Google debuts first mobile app for iPhone

A staggering volume of iPhone 3G-related news and announcements hit the wires once Apple's App Store opened yesterday. Perhaps the biggest name

Search and destroy

Why Google hasn't necessarily won the mobile search war. Article

Thrrum MMS Search available via Sprint

Mobile visual search technologies provider 23half announced its Thrrum MMS Search is now available via Sprint. The patent-pending Thrrum service enables camera phone users to find and browse

Google extending dominance to mobile search market

Research data from Nielsen Mobile shows that search giant Google managed to capture a staggering 61 percent of the mobile search market. Yahoo! And MSN took second and third placing, with a miserly