UC Browser Announces v9.0 For iPhone

Third party mobile internet browser UCWeb, Inc. (UCWeb) has announced the release of its newest product, UC Browser v9.0 for iPhone. UC Browser 9.0 version for the iPhone users allows users to transfer files between phones and computers conveniently ...

InMobi Acquires UK Based Startup Overlay Media

Global mobile technology company InMobi has acquired UK based startup Overlay Media, experts in context aware computing. Overlay Media, which comprises of a team of data scientists, have built the Context Engine technology to deliver personalised ...

Indian Developers can now sell paid apps on Google Play

Google Play, the Apps market for Android mobile operating system, has added India to the list of countries from which developers can register as Google Checkout merchants. This means that, Indian Developers will now be able to sell paid applications ...

Total Ad Spend on Mobile Web Search to reach $12 billion by 2017

A recent report by Juniper Research, reveals that, the total ad spend on mobile web search will reach $12 billion per annum in five years’ time, three times the ad spend this year, which will reach $4 billion. Usage of web search on mobile ...

Exclusive Interview: Getit’s multiplatform location based marketplace app on mobile is a powerful local guide in India

      Interview with Mr. Sidharth Gupta: CEO Getit Infoservices Pvt. Ltd WirelessDuniya caught up with Mr. Sidharth Gupta (CEO Getit Infoservices Pvt. Ltd.) who gave us an interesting insight into Getit’s multiplatform marketplace ...

Expedia Partners with Nuance for Voice Powered Travel Search

Nuance and Expedia announced a new set of mobile features that will give travel and mobile device junkies something to rejoice about. That is, Nuance’s hugely popular Dragon Go! app for iOS and Android now lets people speak commands and quickly ...

Bing is now Default Search & Map for Research In Motion

At RIM’s annual Blackberry World last week, Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer announced on stage a new alliance between Microsoft and Research in Motion. Blackberry devices will now use Bing as the preferred search provider in the browser, and Bing ...