|Written by Preetam Kaushik | Monday, 05 May 2014|
A study conducted by Osterman Research on industry practices with regard to mobile devices shows that 15 percent of employees surveyed believed that they had none to minimal responsibility to protect corporate data on their mobile devices. The study was released by Centrify a leader in unified identity services across the data center, cloud, and mobile spaces.
|Written by Harpreet | Thursday, 01 May 2014|
IBM is looking to expand its MobileFirst application development portfolio further with new IBM Ready Apps, and 18 new IBM MobileFirst studios placed around the world. These will help enterprises setup and execute their mobile strategy in a secure and timely manner.
|Written by Harpreet | Saturday, 26 April 2014|
Microsoft has quietly revealed its plans to bring a Remote Desktop app to Windows Phone by launching a preview version of the application for Windows Phone 8.1 based devices. The app has been highly anticipated by Windows Phone users since it was previously only available on iOS and Android phones.
|Written by Harpreet | Monday, 21 April 2014|
The battle of ecosystems is going bigger each year with new devices, and features being packed into the top two mobile platforms — iOS and Android. The latest weapon in Apple and Google’s arsenal is the run for exclusivity. Both the companies are now reportedly approaching developers to exclusively launch their games on their platform in return for incentives.
|Written by Sudheer Raju | Monday, 21 April 2014|
|Written by Harpreet | Tuesday, 15 April 2014|
Microsoft has finally released Windows Phone 8.1 to developers. The company had earlier revealed details about its updated mobile operating system at its annual developer conference Build 2014. Windows Phone 8.1 is a significant update over its predecessor with major bug fixes and significant new features baked into the software.
|Written by Harpreet | Monday, 14 April 2014|
Amazon’s smartphone idea isn’t news anymore. What’s worth talking about at this point is how the company is reportedly planning on finally launching its own mobile phones by the second half of this year. Last year in October, we reported how Amazon plans to launch a highly futuristic smartphone concept that will set it apart from rest of the competition.
|Written by Harpreet | Tuesday, 08 April 2014|
Samsung today announced a new mid-level smartphone Galaxy Ace Style. The biggest talking point about the device is that it brings the latest edition of Android to a mid-range device — Android 4.4 KitKat.