The GSMA today announced a new, flexible technical platform, the OneAPI Exchange, which will deliver network capabilities to mobile apps. This latest phase of the OneAPI global initiative allows closer collaboration between operators and developers.
TestPlant today announced the forthcoming release of eggOn, a new development in mobile app testing technology. The eggOn application can be installed on any Android or iOS phone, including iOS 6, and provides full control of the device from eggPlant without jailbreaking.
Consumers can now enjoy stereo 3D across a wide range of 3D devices. Spatial View announced at CES today that 3DeeCentral, the online source of stereo 3D content, is live.
The GSMA today announced that the Global Mobile Awards 2011 are now open for entry. The Global Mobile Awards, which recognise excellence, achievement and innovation within the mobile communications industry, will be presented at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona on Tuesday 15th February 2011.
smart is the first car brand to develop its own drive app for the iPhone. Together with the vehicle-specific smart cradle for the iPhone the popular phone becomes a multimedia trip computer that is optimised for the smart fortwo in terms of function and design. The smart drive app for the iPhone has all the important features needed whilst driving: phone calls via hands-free system, your own extensive music collection, internet radio and a clever navigation system with a special smart touch.
MeeGo* enables an open ecosystem for rapid development of exciting new user experiences
With a great user experience, an aggressive global rollout plan and a focus on local relevance, Nokia truly put its services on the map – and the strong momentum continues.
Twenty-four leading telecommunications operators have formed the Wholesale Applications Community, an alliance to build an open platform that delivers applications to all mobile phone users.
Sony Ericsson today announces its vision for the future of mobile entertainment – ‘Co-creation’ – using the launch of new online platform Creations™.
Nokia has today announced that since the 21 January 2010 launch of the new version of Ovi Maps with free walk and drive navigation, there have been over 1.4 million downloads. The one million mark was reached just one week after the launch.