AT&T continues to advance its LTE network. New markets lighting up today include Corpus Christi, Fla.; Wichita, Kan.; Buffalo, N.Y.; and Burlington, Greensboro and Winston-Salem, N.C. The operator said it also expanded its LTE network in Charlotte, N.C.
Mobile security company Lookout today announced new guidelines for in-app advertising that seek to protect user privacy and security. The company says the guidelines provide a framework to help app developers and ad providers – such as ad networks and ad exchanges – understand how they can explore new ad display techniques and access personal information while adhering to strong mobile privacy and user choice principles.
The rumor mill is churning out new details about Amazon’s next-generation Kindle Fire eReader. The device, the existence of which has yet to be confirmed by Amazon, will reportedly sport a thinner build and a higher-resolution display that its predecessor, unnamed sources told AllThingsD. The eReader is said to be slated to shelves some time late in the third quarter.
Hipcricket today announced that it has surpassed the 200,000 mark for mobile marketing and mobile advertising campaigns. By completing more than 27,000 campaigns in its fiscal first quarter of 2013, Hipcricket saw a 52 percent increase in campaigns completed when compared with the previous quarter ended February 29, 2012.