Bing search returns to Android
Microsoft won an auction to have its search engine offered as a default option on …
Microsoft replaces Bing with Baidu in China
Microsoft unveiled an agreement with Chinese giant Baidu, as the brouhaha gathered around a visit …
Apple CEO recommends rival apps until Apple Maps fix
Apple CEO Tim Cook has suggested that iPhone customers use third-party apps or services while the company fixes its widely-criticised Maps service.
SKT: cross platform key to extending app appeal
The adoption of cross-platform and cloud technologies to “broaden the purview” of apps will be …
SKT inks China Mobile app deal; Japanese launch planned
South Korean operator SK Telecom announced a deal which will see its T Store content and apps sold in a “shop within a shop” within Mobile Market, the app store of China Mobile, the world’s largest mobile operator.
Microsoft and RIM announce Bing partnership
Microsoft and RIM announced a partnership which will see several Bing services becoming the default option on BlackBerry devices, with Steve Ballmer, CEO of Microsoft, joining Mike Lazaridis, co-CEO of RIM, on stage at BlackBerry World to announce the alliance.
SK announces Taiwan app store launch
South Korean operator SK Telecom said it will partner with East Power, a Taiwanese mobile device supplier, to launch a mobile application store called T Store in Taiwan.
Growing pains in the mobile app industry
Launch of Microsoft’s Bing search app for Android is indicative of changing industry pressures.