Cell Tower Dumps are used in cases where law enforcement is attempting to determine a cell phone number that can be used to investigate a crime.
Two-thirds of customers from the big four wireless carriers — AT&T, Verizon, T-Mobile and Sprint — expect an answer in less than three hours.
The new app from MeetMe takes an different approach to the standard online dating experience which reduces people to a personal ad and a profile picture.
Circa’s second generation mobile breaking news feed offers customizable content but could raise questions about the privacy of users.
Bump is the mobile app that allows users to share mobile data via fist bump.
Pinterest today released updates for its mobile apps that allow users to mention social contacts and receive notifications, as well as access searches they’ve made previously on other devices.
Google search results for mobile and Web apps that use Google+ sign-in will soon include popular activities inside the services to the right of standard search results.
App analytics upstart App Annie put together a good-looking infographic that conveys that Amazon’s app store has a lot of catching up to do relative to the Google and Apple stores, but plenty of ropes to grab to help it get there.
Apple is the dominant maker of smartphones sold in the United States, and its operating system continues to hold its ground against Android, according to data released today by comScore.
Forty years ago today, Motorola engineer Martin Cooper stood out in front of the New York Hilton in Midtown Manhattan and made a call to Bell Labs on a two-pound mobile phone. The message was clear: We did it first. So began the mobile revolution, summarized in an infographic from Cisco.