RIM to Release New BlackBerries for AT&T, Sprint and US Cellular

Kristina Farrah | August 3rd

RIM announced new touch-screen and keyboard smartphones running BlackBerry 7 OS to be released to three US carriers. The BlackBerry Torch 9810 resembles the current AT&T Torch but greatly improved, more notably, the updated operating...»

Millennial Media Makes App Store Syncs Easy for Developers

Maria Deutscher | August 3rd

Millennial Media, the largest independent mobile ad network that hasn’t been acquired yet by Apple, Google or a number of other players, is looking to boost their presence in this area.  Always making an appeal...»

The Cost of Cybercrime: More Attacks and More Expensive Than Ever

Robert Manto | August 3rd

The cost of dealing with cybercrime has increased more than 50% compared to last year, a sign of why enterprises of all sizes need to reconsider their approach to protecting corporate assets and intelligence. In a...»

Tech Teams with NY State for Green Datacenters

Maria Deutscher | August 3rd

Hewlett-Packard, chipmaker AMD and a number of other companies have teamed up with the  New York State Energy Research and Development Authority (N.Y.S.E.R.D.A) to make datacenter electricity consumption in the state more power and...»

Freemium, In-App Purchases Bring Profit to Glu Mobile

Mellisa Tolentino | August 3rd

Glu Mobile, publisher of 3D social mobile games for smartphone and tablet devices, held their Q2 2011 earnings call yesterday, with revenues on the rise.  Q2 marks a turning point for the mobile...»

Social Apps Get Licensing Agreements Too: the New Distribution of Software

Maria Deutscher | August 3rd

Hip Digital Media, a social marketing firm, has entered into a licensing agreement with Appitalism operator Mobile Streams.  Appitalism is a marketplace similar to the App Store and Android marketplace that offers over 200,000...»

Google+ Beats Facebook for Mobile Developer Interest: Report

Kristen Nicole | August 3rd

The iPad rocks, Android tablets are determined to catch up, and everyone’s mixed up in some legal battle involving patents, code, or something of the sort.  Got it.  But as summer winds down and a...»

Operation Cyber Rat – Worst Ever Attacks Another Sign of Anemic and Outdated Infrastructure

Alex Williams | August 3rd

The worst online attack in history is being uncovered and what we are learning is startling.  In all, there is evidence of 72 networks being infiltrated, including the United Nations, 14 governments and major defense...»

Big Data-Driven Enterprise Solution Takes Big Step towards App Success

Saroj Kar | August 2nd

Connected devices and expanded cloud storage have empowered the compounding creation of data faster than ever before.  The substantial explosion of data and information from smart devices, social networks, and all other solutions connected to...»

A Big Data Solutions Provider Gets Another Big Round of Funding

Alex Williams | August 2nd

Appistry, a cloud solutions provider out of St. Louis, has closed a Series D $12 million round of funding. Appistry is best known for CloudIQ, its open platform designed for customers to create high-performance...»