For those of you that enjoy exploring the various culinary creations that your town or city may have to offer, you undoubtedly know what it’s like to read a rave review about a restaurant, only to find dead ends when trying to call or locate their establishment. If you’re a restaurateur, you perhaps know how important a mobile marketing strategy can be in enticing new cuisine enthusiasts. A new study by xAd and Telmetrics, reports that the restaurant is the

There’s a new mobile device making waves in the mobile waters — it’s a 5-inch smartphone (the largest yet) from Samsung: the GALAXY Note. It’s either a really big smartphone or a really small tablet, and Samsung is calling it the “The ultimate on-the-go mobile device.” Technically the Note is a phone, but the large screen makes it act like a tablet. The device even comes with a stylus (er, “S Pen”). Seemingly, you can use the S Pen to write

2011 was a good year for mobile. Smartphone penetration reached 44 percent by the end of the year, meaning nearly 103 million mobile consumers use smartphones (according to figures from comScore). And after the holiday reports come out, that number will only increase. Gartner is reporting that, worldwide, over 440.5 million smartphones were sold in the third quarter of 2011. And is predicting another 120 million to be sold in 2011’s fourth quarter. The massive growth in smartphone sales

DES MOINES, IA – (July 21, 2011) – Torsion Mobile, based in Des Moines, was awarded $50,000 by the Iowa Department of Economic Development (IDED) for their new project, called Mojaba, which will launch in the fall. Mojaba is a web-based, Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) solution that has been specifically designed for use by advertising agencies, marketing organizations, and other creative professionals and which enables them to create and publish mobile phone-optimized websites for their clients. These mobile-optimized websites present an easy-to-use