Application stores are presenting a new, significant channel for the promotion and distribution of mobile applications in EMEA.
In recent report Canalys analyzes how important will this channel become for navigation applications, and what opportunities does it present.
Nokia has officially opened the doors to the Ovi Store application site – but its answer to Apple’s app store immediately ran into problems.
High traffic "spikes" – which would surely have been expected, right? – meant users experienced slow downloading and page upload times.
Imeem has launched its Mobile social music application for the iPhone and iPod touch.
The main thrust of the online streaming service is the ability to search and play millions of user-posted songs through a free downloadable app.
Location-sharing start-up Wizi has announced the release of SMS with Location for BlackBerry.
The application adds a new option to BlackBerry contacts allowing users to send an SMS with their actual position or the location where they are heading.
Truphone announced today that it is launching a Blackberry application that enables business users to make international phone calls from their devices at fixed line rates.
The company claims that the new Truphone Business app will reduce call charges by at least half.
BMW has come up with a novel – and legal – way to drive its new Z4 Roadster while using the iPhone.
No, it’s not some ingenious hands-free device designed by engineering geniuses at the German car-maker.
Microsoft’s Live Labs has released its first application for the iPhone.
Seadragon Mobile is an experimental image viewer that aims to make high-resolution images easier to handle on a small screen.
It allows users to view enormous photo collections and high-resolution imagery using the iPhone’s multi-touch intuitive interface.
Adobe Systems is preparing a version of its Flash Player that could be used on Apple’s iPhone.
Whether the software is actually accepted by Apple is another matter.