The Detroit News and the Detroit Free Press have new mobile applications for iPhone, Android and Blackberry, and all three are sponsored by the Southeast Michigan Ford Dealers.
The new applications, developed by DoApp Inc., were announced by Detroit Media Partnership, which manages the business functions of the News and the Free Press. The partnership is operated by Gannett, owner of the Free Pre
Annoncesjaunes.fr has launched a free iPhone application which gives access to 725,000 adverts for buying or renting property in France.
Searches are filtered by type and a geolocalisation facility enables a search by radius from current position as well as alerts when new ads meet user criteria. The application combines with the iPhone camera to allow user-taken photographs to be add
U.K. job search engine AllTheTopBananas.com claims that iPhone apps are enjoying a spike in usage: “Most applications have enjoyed a 20 percent increase in downloads,” declares ATTB's managing director Dave Martin.
“In addition the applications’ usage has seen an increase. This means there are more searches and more jobs being viewed per user, which obviously leads to job applications.
The iPad only launched in Australia last Friday but it’s already captured the public’s imagination like no product since, well, the iPhone. Aussies are going app crazy and newspapers have been some of the very first
Yellow Pages Group, tasked with harnessing the wisdom of the crowd, recently launched the Urbanizer IPhone application for English and French-speaking consumers looking for dining places. Powered by YellowPages.ca, Urbanizer helps consumers find Canadian-based restaurants in Montreal, Toronto, Vancouver, Calgary and Ottawa, basing search re
NYTimes.com just announced the launch of its redesigned Real Estate section with enhanced search functionality and more comprehensive market data. Search enhancements include filters for price reductions, new listings (those posted in the last seven days), and for sale by owner properties. Gabriels Technologies re
AutoRevo, provider of auto dealer Web sites and on-demand software, just announced the addition of Black Book Guide integration for AutoRevo Mobile, its IPhone inventory management tool for dealers.
“I have never been more excited about a product release than I am for this one,” said Chad Polk, CEO of AutoRevo, in the
The tech world worked itself into a frenzy as it anticipated the unveiling of Apple's new tablet device, and rarely has there been so much fuss over such an incremental change in technology.
At least that's what it seemed like when I first started reading about the new iPad during and after Steve Jobs' press event Wednesday. After
Google's recent introduction of its Nexus One mobile smartphone is yet another signal to publishers that it's time to board the "mobile train."
By itself, the Nexus One isn't a huge advancement in mobile device technology, but Google's entry into the phone market with both Nexus One and with the Android operating system last year