SGN Names New President, Plans to Release 9 Games Next Year 30 weeks ago
Social gaming company SGN named head of game development Josh Yguado as its new president and said it plans to up the number of releases in...
By Alexander C. Kaufman
Facebook's mobile push is paying off -- even if Zynga payments are down 24 percent
Marissa Mayer, in her first quarterly earnings call for Yahoo, said she planned to push for mobile but that geolocational services were "very hard to do well"
Google's Page trumpets the company's success on mobile, rebuts criticism over advertising rates
Zynga partners with Honda on a reward-based marketing campaign as the struggling game studio tries to appease nervous investors
AT&T sets $4 billion aside in case the deal collapses
The company announced Monday it sold 4 million devices in the its first weekend, double the iPhone 4 launch
It is part of a plan geared towards turning the app into a more diverse media company
The Department of Justice has filed a lawsuit to block AT&T's proposed $39 billion acquisition of T-Mobile
Number of people watching video on their phones rose 40 percent during second half of 2010
During speech at Mobile Future Forum, FCC Chairman shoots down allegations that cable companies are hoarding bandwidth, but stresses that the shortage is real
New tricked out versions of 'Inception' and 'Unstoppable' are coming to an iPod or Android near you
CES: Julius Genachowski calls for voluntary auctions and reallocation of "spectrum" space by broadcasters
Twelve broadcast giants to launch new venture
If you live in Los Angeles, you have two opportunities to take a class from a mobile content pioneer
Wireless devices are the new frontier, and everyone wants a piece of them
The $483-million deal is expected to further limit consumer choices for prepaid cellphone service.
Richard Linklater’s third peek into the love story of the couple played by Julie Delpy and Ethan Hawke celebrates romance, compromise, disillusionment and the glory of conversation