San Francisco startup Mobeam has been awfully quiet since it revealed a whopper of a smartphone partnership earlier this year, and today the reason for that relative silence has become clear. Mobeam a
The team at <a target="_blank" href="http://www.snipsnap.it">SnipSnap</a> has been quietly plugging away on an Android version of its popular mobile coupon app for what seems like ages now, but the wa
Samsung talked up the Galaxy S 4's features with a bit of Broadway flair here at Radio City Music Hall, but there still are some neat additions to the device that didn't get a moment in the spotlight.
<a href="http://www.mobeam.com/">Mobeam</a>, the San Francisco-based startup whose technology enables mobile phones to interact with laser scanners at the point of sale, has added another $1.5 million
<a href="http://www.mobeam.com">Mobeam</a> this morning announced that it has raised $4.9 million in a Series A round of funding from Samsung Ventures, Mitsui, yet2Ventures and other unnamed investors
I was never big on those “take a picture of a barcode and buy Britney tickets” schemes so popular with mobile solutions providers, but this sort of turns that whole concept on its head. Mo