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SessionM amps up consumer engagement in mobile gaming

Posted by bryanh on Mar 6, 2012, Categories: Mobile News

Rovio Mobile's Peter Vesterbacka discusses “Angry Birds” and other products before a 2011 Game Developers Conference audience.

Boston-based mobile engagement company SessionM is positioning itself to make big noise in the mobile gaming industry. According to sources, SessionM CEO Lars Albright is determined to hold the attention of mobile gaming consumers, who have many choices today for entertainment. SessionM will achieve this via “game mechanics and rewards,”

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Native-built apps losing ground to HTML5

Posted by bryanh on Jan 9, 2012, Categories: Mobile News


Applications that are built in the proprietary code of an Android, iOS, Windows or Blackberry device often are the cleanest, best-working version available. HTML5, however, is gaining ground as a viable alternative, and AT&T has begun promoting HTML5 as the best option for apps. Basics of HTML5 HTML5 and XHTML5

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Mobile browser navigation app upcoming from TeleNav

Posted by bryanh on Dec 15, 2011, Categories: Mobile News

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TeleNav, a satellite navigation and GPS technology company, is moving into working with mobile devices. The company is working on a mobile browser-based sat nav program. Early version open to developers TeleNav, the GPS technology and satellite navigation company that provides the satellite navigation for Ford’s MyFord Touch system among

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New Spotify API opens door for third-party developers

Posted by bryanh on Nov 30, 2011, Categories: Mobile News

Spotify has made it easier than ever to share music with your Facebook friends and see what they’re listening to via Spotify desktop and Spotify mobile apps for iPhone and Android. According to Wired, the music service is now making a great leap forward with a new app platform. Android

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Financial Times HTML5 app avoids Apple tax

Posted by bryanh on Nov 19, 2011, Categories: Mobile News

The London-based Financial Times wants iPhone and iPad users to be able to access the publication’s app, but it isn’t keen on the “Apple tax,” reports TechCrunch. Rather than allow Apple to collect a 30 percent tax on subscriptions through the app, the Financial Times has gone rogue and launched

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Adobe cancels development of Flash for mobile phones

Posted by bryanh on Nov 9, 2011, Categories: Mobile News


Over the years, Adobe Flash has become the standard for interactivity on the web. Though Adobe has been working on a mobile-friendly version of Flash for more than a year, the company has announced it will cease development on that project and move instead to HTML5. The problem with Adobe

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