Mobile

The apps, platforms and businesses redefining how we use computers

  • Do Something Epic With Everfest’s Festival Finder

    Do Something Epic With Everfest’s Festival Finder

    No one on their death bed says “all the things I could have owned?!” It’s “all the things I could have done?!” The world is shifting from a material culture to an experiential culture. Many of our most prized possessions like photographs and music have become digitized. We now have the Internet to find experiences, devices to capture them, and social networks to… Read More

  • Weekends Are The Best Time To Promote Most Apps, Study Finds

    Weekends Are The Best Time To Promote Most Apps, Study Finds

    According to a new report released today, the best time for mobile application developers to promote or launch a new application across a number of categories tends to be on a weekend, as it turns out. In fact, even if you do well with a weekday release in terms of download numbers, the weekend may be the better time to run an ad campaign that promotes purchases, the report found. This… Read More

  • Microsoft Debuts Office Lens, A Document-Scanning App For iOS And Android

    Microsoft Debuts Office Lens, A Document-Scanning App For iOS And Android

    Microsoft today launched Office Lens, a mobile document scanner app that works with OneNote, for iOS and Android smartphones. The app, which allows users to snap photos of paper documents, receipts, business cards, menus, whiteboards, sticky notes and more, was first launched a year ago as an application designed only for Windows Phone devices. But in conjunction with the company’s… Read More

  • HarperCollins Is Taking Aim At Amazon As Contract Lapses

    HarperCollins Is Taking Aim At Amazon As Contract Lapses

    Publisher HarperCollins is trying to go its own way as its contract with Amazon lapses this year. The company, which received the same renewal contract as the other big publishers, namely Simon & Schuster, Hachette, and Macmillan, seems to be holding off in order to both try its hand at online book sales and flex a bit of muscle against the Bezos book empire. HC has been fairly successful… Read More

  • Conceivable’s New App Puts A Fertility Clinic In Your Pocket

    Conceivable’s New App Puts A Fertility Clinic In Your Pocket

    For women struggling to conceive, in vitro fertilization can be a successful, but also fairly expensive, option. At approximately $15,000 per cycle, and requiring two cycles on average before it works, it’s still beyond the reach of many couples. A new app called Conceivable, launching today, is offering a different option. This subscription-based service delivered through a mobile… Read More

  • Check Point Snags Israeli Mobile Security Company Lacoon

    Check Point Snags Israeli Mobile Security Company Lacoon

    Check Point Software Technologies announced it has purchased Lacoon Mobile Security today. Reports surfaced last month that the company was in talks to buy the Israeli company for $80M. No official price was given, but the deal is expected to close today. The move gives Check Point a mobile security piece that’s a bit different from the traditional mobile device management you see… Read More

  • Adobe’s Slate Is A Visual Storytelling App For The iPad

    Adobe’s Slate Is A Visual Storytelling App For The iPad

    With Slate, Adobe is launching a new text- and photo-centric storytelling app for the iPad today. About a year ago, Adobe launched Voice, its first standalone storytelling app that lets users record their own stories and then illustrate them with images (the Voice app is also getting an update today, by the way). Slate takes a different (and somewhat less experimental) approach and focuses… Read More

  • Hudl Scores $72.5M From Accel To Rally Teams To Its Sports Video Coaching Tool

    Hudl Scores $72.5M From Accel To Rally Teams To Its Sports Video Coaching Tool

    You might not have heard of Hudl, but it’s how 100,000 sports teams spent $30 million last year to review game tape on mobile. Hudl never raised institutional funding since starting in 2006, but it’s quietly amassed 1 billion video clips and 3.5 million users across 40 countries. Now it’s ready to trounce its competitors with a jaw-dropping $72.5 million round of funding led… Read More

  • Apple’s Big Phone Bounce Continued Into Chinese New Year

    Apple’s Big Phone Bounce Continued Into Chinese New Year

    The latest global smartphone sales figures from market research firm Kantar Worldpanel show Apple has continued to win fans in China, where its larger form factor iPhone 6 and 6 Plus played well to a phablet-loving crowd over the Chinese New Year. Read More

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