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Pyxis Mobile develops mobile applications for the hot mobile software market from their headquarters in Waltham, MA June 12, 2009

Posted by HubTechInsider in Mobile Software Applications.
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6 billion wireless applications will be downloaded to smartphones by 2014, and Waltham, MA-based Pyxis Mobile is aiming to have a large piece of that market.

The company began selling software for mobile telephones in 2004.

The top picks for development environments in the mobile space seem to be RIM’s Blackberry platform, Microsoft’s Windows Mobile, and Apple’s iPhone platform. RIM leads among business users, having sold 17.5 million Blackberry devices used for business last year, compared with 11.6 million Windows Mobile devices, 9.8 million telephones running Symbian, and 3.9 million iPhones. Google’s Android platform is a new competitor in this space, with several new Android handsets coming onto the market this year.

Pyxis Mobile is concentrating most of its development efforts on the Blackberry platform, but also has versions of its software available for both the iPhone and Windows Mobile.

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