Dylan Casey is exiting his post as head of product management at mobile social networking app Path to join Yahoo, All Things D reports.
Google is rolling out a new content recommendation engine designed to help mobile websites deepen reader engagement and loyalty.
Nokia unveiled an updated version of its low-cost Asha platform, promising developers an open, standards-based environment for creating applications targeting consumers in emerging markets.
Google is rolling out a new API enabling consumers to access Web content in iOS applications via its Chrome browser instead of Apple's own default browser Safari.
Apple's iOS continues to generate significantly more U.S. mobile Web traffic than Google's rival Android mobile operating system, fueling the opinion that iPhone and iPad users are more engaged with their devices than consumers across other mobile platforms, investment bank Piper Jaffray reports.
Verizon Wireless inked an exclusive content distribution agreement to preload the AOL.com mobile Web portal across its Android, BlackBerry and Windows Phone smartphones and selected tablets.
Facebook is redesigning its mobile Pages platform to help consumers more efficiently access local merchant information on the go.
Yahoo is rolling out an overhauled version of its flagship application for Apple's iOS, integrating technology from mobile news app Summly, which it acquired for a reported $30 million late last month.
Mobile browser page load speeds have accelerated around 30 percent over the last 12 months, Google reports.
Google released new versions of its Chrome browser beta for Android and Apple iOS, highlighted by full-screen viewing options.
Apple and Yahoo are in discussions to integrate Yahoo Web services more deeply into the iPhone and iPad user experience, The Wall Street Journal reports.
Twitter is rolling out a revamped version of its Android application, promising users a more native experience crafted in line with the design principles Google introduced with the release of its Android 4.0 OS update.
Google is launching Blink, an open-source rendering engine spinning out of WebKit, the engine powering browsers including the company's own Chrome as well as archrival Apple's Safari.
Mozilla is collaborating with Samsung Electronics to build Servo, an experimental Web browser optimized for mobile devices running Google's Android operating system and ARM processors.
The average U.S. consumer now spends an average of 2 hours and 38 minutes per day on smartphones and tablets, dedicating 80 percent of that time--about 2 hours and 7 minutes--to mobile applications and the remaining 31 minutes to surfing the mobile Web, mobile app analytics firm Flurry reports.
Developers have long complained of the fractured nature of mobile app development, requiring them to rebuild apps for each specific mobile platform they want to target. HTML5 has been touted as the solution--a way to create content once and publish everywhere, giving users the content they want on whatever device they are using. However, there are still problems with implementing certain types of apps in HTML5.
Eighty-five percent of consumers prefer mobile applications over mobile Websites, explaining native apps offer a more convenient and faster experience that simplifies access to information, according to a new survey conducted by IT firm Compuware.
Mozilla said it will not expand its Firefox browser to the iOS mobile operating system until Apple relaxes its stance against third-party browser technology.
Samsung Electronics' next flagship Android smartphone will introduce new software that tracks the movement of the user's eyes to scroll text and digital content, The New York Times reports.
Less than a month after confirming plans to scrap its Presto rendering engine in favor of WebKit, Opera Software released the first version of its WebKit-based mobile browser for Google's Android operating system.