Amber Bouman

Amber writes about lifestyle and mobile tech, including fit tech, mHealth, travel, home automation and more. In her non-tech time she takes too many pictures of her cats, watches zombie movies, crochets, and plans out her next tattoos.

Is Windows Mobile 6.5 worth getting excited about?

The software giant keeps teasing us with reports of an upgrade -- but is it just smoke and mirrors?

Tuning up to the mobile Web

Gomez and dotMobi have joined forces to create the first mobile Web benchmarks

Waiting for Android

When it comes to actual, physical handsets running Android, there's been a lot more talk than action

The iPhone fights back!

It's been called useless. Frivolous. Trendy. But the iPhone isn't taking it lying down anymore

Smartphones aim to help improve your health

iPhone apps, Android, and Sprint are extending smartphone functionality into the medical field, making the handsets even more indispensable

BlackBerry App World already has competition

RIM Announces its App World at CTIA with a noticeable lack of Skype; MobiHand tries to get in on the game

VeriSign's free iPhone app secures passwords

VeriSign's newly announced VIP Access for Mobile application, which provides an additional one-time password credential, hits the App Store

BlackBerry App World coming April 1

We're hoping its not an April Fool's Joke: RIM is expected to announce the BlackBerry App World at next month's CTIA

Track travel expenses with your BlackBerry

Concur's new mobile solution helps travelers book trips, find restaurants, and complete expense reports

Open source meets mobile

Just in time for this week's Open Source Business Conference, Mozilla and the Open Handset Alliance preview their latest wares

The iPhone cleans up its act at last

Finally, Apple listens to its customers -- but the real gains are in the new APIs rather than belated cut and paste

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