At the Silicon Valley conference, aimed at developers and executives in the mobile-device market, conversation centers on the iPhone as a development platform.
eBay-owned online payments company jumps into the near-field communications fray with a demonstration using Sprint's Nexus S at the MobileBeat conference.
CEO Mark Pincus discusses the future of the mobile-gaming ecosystem at the MobileBeat 2012 conference.
Sprint's vice president of strategy admitted that carriers might be an impediment to growth and innovation.
The carrier has a healthy share of the market for Apple's smartphone despite criticism that sales seemed to be disappointing.
New policies that could have threatened AdMob's ability to sell ads in iPhone applications are not yet being enforced by Apple, AdMob's CEO confirmed.
Apple's decision to remove language from its iPhone Developer Agreement that could have caused problems for AdMob was welcomed at Google.
At MobileBeat 2010 conference, Facebook's head of mobile products, Eric Tseng, shares Facebook's plan to open its social-networking tools to mobile app developers.
Google may have latched onto the term "superphone," but the concept is nothing new. At a Silicon Valley tech conference, Samsung's chief strategy officer defines the next-generation of smartphone.
Palm's WebOS will help HP get in the mobile market with slates and smartphones, but long-term it's also looking at making waves with display technology.