1. The Next Web
Overview: TNW is one of the largest online publications delivering an international perspective on IT, business, culture and mobile.
From the site – TNW has an active, influential audience consisting of more than 5.1 million monthly visits and over 7 million monthly page views.
Overview: A mobile-focused subset of TechCrunch site – dedicated to profiling new tech products and companies in the mobile tech space and promote emerging and existing mobile and web technologies.
Overview: IntoMobile delivers breaking news, information, and analysis on the latest mobile phones and mobile technology. IntoMobile is the leading and most read daily mobile technology news site that caters to early adopters, mobile professionals, technology enthusiasts, and technology consumers alike.
4. Mobile Marketing Watch
Overview: MMW is owned and operated by the Los Angeles based communications company, mobileStorm. MobileStorm employs a staff of independent writers who have complete editorial freedom over their content and reader interaction. MMW and its writers cover an array of topics that touch all areas of the mobile ecosystem — advertising, to technology, and even healthcare.
5. Google Mobile Blog
Overview: News and Notes from the Google mobile team
6. Mobile News Online
Overview: The UK’s leading mobile industry news source
Overview: Textually.org is the entry point of four weblogs devoted to cell phones and mobile content, focusing on text messaging and cell phone usage around the world, tracking the latest news and social impact of these new technologies.
Overview: Blog focused on mobile media lifestyle, trends, ideas and opinions on anything mobile.
9. Techdirt Wireless
Overview: Techdirt blog analyzes and offers insight into news stories about changes in government policy, technology and legal issues that affect companies’ ability to innovate and grow. Business Week and Forbes have awarded Techdirt with Best of the Web thought leader awards.
10. The Enterprise Mobility Forum
Overview : Although this site requires membership, registering is free and once inside, there is a plethora of information about the mobile industry and enterprise mobility.
From the site – The Enterprise Mobility Foundation is the organization behind the Enterprise Mobility Forum. Founded in 2010, the Enterprise Mobility Foundation’s mission is to be the global community builder and evangelist for showcasing the value of successfully deploying and managing mobility solutions within organizations in the public and private sector.