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Revamped mobile app store now includes support for in-app payments, an improvement that will be particularly appreciated by gaming app developers.
Google this week served up a preview of its Android 3.0 mobile operating system SDK that's designed to optimize tablet performance.
The Ace, Fit, Gio and Mini are the latest editions to Samsung's growing Galaxy line but they'll initially only be available in Russia and Europe.
Developers are still writing tons of mobile apps for Apple's iPhone, but the surge in new tablets on multiple platforms is forcing them to multitask at a frenetic pace.
Social gaming developer Zynga bolsters its library with acquisition of mobile games creator Area/Code for iOS and Android.
Powered by the Android 2.2 mobile operating system, the Galaxy S 4G will be the fastest smartphone operating on T-Mobile's 4G network.
A new survey by Finnish mobile analytics firm Zokem shows strong loyalty among iPhone, Android and BlackBerry customers while others are eager to bolt.
Total shipments of tablet PCs worldwide surged up 45 percent in the third quarter to more than 4.8 million units and Apple's iPad accounted for 90 percent of all sales.
Research In Motion thinks its BlackBerry Storm 3 model will help re-establish it among the top-tier smartphone vendors.
Apple released the first iOS 4.3 beta to developers this week and it comes with a bevy of new features including enhanced multitouch gestures and GSM hotspot support.
Mobile users are three-fold more likely to divulge their login and password information to phishers, according to security software vendor Trusteer.
In the battle of mobile application sites, Apple's App Store still reigns supreme but Google's Android Market is growing faster. Plus, a surprise demographic about BlackBerry apps.
The consumer electronics giant wants to simplify and diversify the way consumer access and share content on multiple screens.
Dell's betting that its latest Android-powered mobile devices will be particularly attractive to younger, social media-addicted consumers.