PayPal Is Buying StackMob For Christmas

[<strong>Update</strong>: <a target="_blank" href="">PayPal</a> is buying StackMob. Original post follows.] Mobile backen

StackMob Builds Parse App Importer For Refugee Developers Fleeing Facebook’s New Acquisition

Some developers got very angry and threatened to leave mobile app backend platform Parse when it was bought by Facebook yesterday. Hoping to capitalize, competitor StackMob has since released a Pars

Kinvey Launches Enterprise Back-End Service For Building Mobile Apps That Move Data From Salesforce, Oracle And Other Sources

On one day, the software runs on complex hardware systems behind the firewall. The next it is software operating as a service in the cloud. And so explains<a target="_blank" href="">

StackMob Courts The Enterprise With Launch Of New Marketplace, Added Partnerships

Mobile backend-as-a-service (MBaaS) platform <a target="_blank" href="">StackMob</a> is expanding upon <a href="

StackMob Ratchets Up The Competition: Makes API Calls Free, Launches A Marketplace For Third-Party Mobile Services

<a target="_blank" href="">StackMob</a>, an end-to-end development platform for mobile applications, is today announcing the launch of the StackMob Marketplace for third-party

Bring On The Web Apps: StackMob Launches Hosted HTML5 Service

You can't call <a href="">StackMob</a> a "backend service provider for mobile" anymore, because as of now, it's a full end-to-end solution. The cloud-based platform for mobile

StackMob’s Mobile App Platform Is Now Publicly Available

<a href="">StackMob</a>, a backend service provider for mobile, is today publicly launching its mobile app platform, after having been in private beta for a good part of the ye

StackMob Raises $7.5 Million To Be The 'Heroku For Mobile'

<img src="" class="shot2"><a href="">StackMob,</a> a cloud-based system designed to ease the development and deployment of

StackMob Is 'Heroku For Mobile'. And Proud Of It. And Potentially Just As Huge.

<img class="alignright size-full wp-image-268863" title="sm" src="" alt="" />It was almost exactly two years ago that <a href="https://techcrunch.