By Jason Ankeny
Opera Software is rolling out the finalized version of its WebKit-based mobile browser for Google's Android operating system.
The barrier to entry for the Unity game rendering engine for developers on iOS and Android has gotten lower, as use of Unity tech is now free on both mobile platforms. Unity CEO David Helgason announced the changed terms today during the Unite Nordic trade conference, according to <a target=_blank target="_blank"
Last week we reported that MessageMe, one of the latest messaging apps to hit the smartphone market, had picked up a $10 million Series A round of funding, and today, the company is officially confirming the news, along with some more details on how it’s been doing
According to new data from research firm NPD group, AT&T Mobility serviced almost half of all the tablets in the nation that connected to cellular networks in the first quarter. However, the percentage of tablets that actually do connect to 3G or 4G networks is relatively small–NPD found that only
Browser maker Opera’s first WebKit browser has exited beta. The full launch for the browser previously code-named Ice adds a few addition minor updates to the meaty feature-set demoed at the Mobile World Congress tradeshow back in February.
The new updates in this full launch version of the Android browser are
By Dylan Tweney
HasOffers, a company offering tools to help companies track the performance of their online ads, has raised a Series A led by Accel Partners, with additional funds from RealNetworks founder Rob Glaser and Founder’s Co-op’s Chris DeVore.
HasOffers is based in Seattle and has 79 employees. It
Verizon Wireless topped the Tier 1 carriers in terms of customer satisfaction, according to an annual study from the American Customer Satisfaction Index. And wireless carriers overall reversed a two-year trend of deteriorating customer satisfaction with a 2.9 percent gain to achieve an overall score of
By Anthony Ha
The company was founded in 2009 — the product that it initially built, and the
Dish Network's Charlie Ergen made a $2 billion “stalking horse” bid for bankrupt wireless provider LightSquared, according to a Bloomberg report, a move that could pit Ergen against fellow billionaire and LightSquared financier Philip Falcone.