Mobile gaming gets Amazon style recommendation engine from Mimvi

Mobile gaming gets Amazon style recommendation engine from Mimvi. Mobile games currently represent the largest category of apps in the marketplace, reinforcing the evolving role of mobile devices toward becoming entertainment vehicles. According to Futuresource Consulting, the worldwide market for mobile games is forecast to reach $10 billion by 2014. The same source also noted that in the Apple App Store alone, iPad sales are expected to generate $1.7 billion in 2010.

The web on your phone with Skyfire

Skyfire expanding availability of their award-winning PC Web experience mobile browser to Canada. Now Canadians can watch live sports like NHL hockey, NBA basketball, or use their favorite music and video services that they enjoy on their PCs.

Envivio secures $25 million

Envivio secures $25 million in funding following extended period of rapid growth. Envivio completes world-class leadership team with appointment of new CFO, COO and board members.

Greystripe and Celltick sign a deal to deliver ad-funded mobile games

Greystripe LogoCelltick, a pioneer of idle screen mobile marketing solutions announces a new partnership with San Francisco-based Greystripe, the leading ad-supported mobile games and applications distributor. The partnership will see the two companies team up to distribute advertising-funded mobile games for mobile devices through Celltick’s innovative LiveScreen(TM) mobile media platform.

iToner 1.0.6 the latest iPhone ringtone maker released

Exempt from per-ringtone fees, Ambrosia Software iToner lets you easily transfer your own MP3, AAC, WAVE, and AIFF audio files to your iPhone, and enjoy them as custom ringtones.

ARM leads mobile games market into console-quality 3D mobile gaming

ARM LogoARM leads mobile games market into console-quality 3D mobile gaming. ARM expands its graphics stack with Mali-JSR297 software for graphics acceleration on a wide range of next-generation mobile devices and smartphones.

N-trig secures $28 Million in funding for supply change and OEM expansion

N-trig logoN-trig secures $28 Million in funding to expand supply change and OEM expansion. Company to apply funds to expand supply chain, support new OEM customers and continue development of breakthrough pen and touch technologies.