A Silicon Valley-based startup plans to reduce the thickness of wallets around the world by combining multiple credit cards into a single card that can be used for swiping at point of sale.
2014 followup to Kabini and Temash announced at APU13 conference in San Jose.
Facebook has joined the GSM Association, giving a boost to its involvement in the mobile industry in terms of partnerships with carriers and its Internet.org effort.
The mobile SoC that Intel wants to kill ARM performs well on benchmarks, but give it a pass until its rough edges are worked out.
Facebook has updated its iOS client to include the ability to edit posts and comments.
In a frenzy to secure additional revenue streams in the run up to its IPO, Twitter is reportedly expanding its platform to provide advertisers more value. This may include running ads on third-party websites.
Location and check-in powered social network Foursquare is now open for business for 1.5 million merchants around the globe, which will now be able to push location-specific advertisements to users.
Facebook has agreed to acquire Israel-based mobile analytics and optimization firm Onavo. With this acquisition, Facebook is also establishing a physical presence in one of the startup capitals in Asia.
Foursquare is rolling out a new update for iOS users, which will automatically push recommendations for places and establishments even without the user’s intervention. Convenient? Or intrusive?
Intel’s latest earnings report shows the company is struggling to diversify itself as the demand for PC processors shrinks. Its new CEO, Brian Kraznich, says his company will now focus on building mobile chips as it plays catch-up in the mobile sector.
This morning, we were treated to leaked screenshots of the upcoming Blackberry 10.2 OS update, showcasing many of the planned features that the next BB10 platform update will bring to all existing devices.
New York Attorney General, Eric Schneiderman, has announced the formation of a coalition of law enforcement agencies which are looking for the implementation of a smartphone “kill switch.”