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Author Peter RogersPrincipal MobilityArchitect, CognizantVisionMobile recently published one of the best reports on apps for vehicles that I have read (http://www.visionmobile.com/product/apps-for-cars-mileage-may-vary/).  It is frustrating with how difficult it is to actuall...
New York, NY, April 16, 2014 --(PR.com)-- PyxPay and Fuze Network entered into a participation agreement for Fuze Network to accommodate loading funds onto PyxPay’s closed-loop debit card accounts. The partnership, which has commenced on March 12, 2014, aims to open Fuze Network...
It is now available although it is not the final version. Get a free Microsoft Developer Account and Start a project. You start right here by accessing this link and once there sign-in with your Windows Credentials:http://appstudio.windowsphone.com/Once there you start your project as ...
I installed the Windows Phone 8.1 update on my Nokia Lumia 720 last night. The whole process took around 2 hours including the download. I like the new features quite a bit, especially the action centre (the notification panel) & the swipe keyboard that I’m using to compose t...
Tuesday 15 April, 2014 Immedia Group Plc is pleased to announce that the Company’s senior management team has been strengthened further as the Company targets expansion into new sectors and technology. Adam Blake has joined as Director of AV Operations and Prakash Pilley as Grou...
Bangor, ME, April 14, 2014 --(PR.com)-- After hours shoppers and those who don’t want to get out of their vehicles now have a new tool. Introducing TextUps.com - a unique hang-tag lead system that integrates smart phone texting technology with a dealership’s website. R...
So you’re running a business and you’re just dying to start using e-signatures: they’ll make your life easier and your customers happier.  Then your customers will tell everyone how amazing you are, your business will take off, and pretty soon you’ll be on the cover of Fortune Ma...
When it comes to buying a child his or her first cell phone, which should you get? Parental controls on many popular phones are great, but they only go so far. That’s where Sprint’s new WeGo phone comes in. The WeGo can limit your child’s calling and messaging to only the contacts you ...
This week marks the tragic 20-year anniversary of the Rwandan Genocide.  On April 7, 1994, the Hutu majority, which was in power at the time, began an organized effort to wipe out the minority Tutsis living in Rwanda and other neighboring countries.  During an approximate 100...
Comcast appears to have a new trick up its sleeve. The cable operator is reportedly looking to create a mobile phone service that would mostly rely on Wi-Fi, according to a report by The Information. The alleged service would use Wi-Fi from wireless routers and public hotspots in areas...
Wednesday 9 April, 2014 SingTel and Onebip offer merchants the most advanced billing technology for mobile payments London, UK 9 April 2014 : Onebip by Neomobile , the global mobile payments service, and SingTel, a leading telecommunications provider in Asia, today announce...
India is inching closer to overtake the U.S. as Facebook’s biggest market, at least in terms of the number of active users. With over 100 million users as of March 31, India is now the only country where Facebook can aspire to have 1 billion users, thanks to a growing base of Internet ...
Enlogic launches EnPowered PDU to deliver scalability and convergence8 April 2014 - Worcester, UK - In a world first, BT IT Systems is future-proofing its data centre assets with the industry's first upgradeable PDU, the Enlogic EnPowered PDU. Recognising the current market split betwe...
By ShannonPerry Kill Switches – the technology to remotely render stolen smartphones unusable – have recently received attention for their potential to protect smartphone owners. According to an FCC report, cell phone thefts constitute 30-40% of all thefts in major U.S. cities. Senator...
Mobile phones, PCs, Tablets rely on Bluetooth for wireless connectivity, set the stage for in-home automation hubsSan Jose, California - April 8, 2014 - From Bluetooth World 2014, the flagship connectivity conference from the Bluetooth SIG, IHS released details of its latest forecasts ...
She:  “You hang up first.” He: “No, you hang up first!” She: “No, YOU hang up first.” If you are over 50 years old you might remember that little game
Many see Google Fiber as an attempt to disrupt the stagnant world of internet service providers, and it now sounds like Google wants to shake up the wireless industry, too. Sources for The Information claim that the search firm wants to offer mobile phone service in Fiber areas. ItR...
While there’s no question that using a cell phone to text, talk or surf the web while driving is a dangerous practice that can lead to accidents, technology as a whole has actually had a positive impact in reducing accidents on the road. According to a recent study by the Insuran...
On Monday morning, Microsoft’s CEO Satya Nadella announced that Scott Guthrie is now the executive vice president of its Cloud and Enterprise group, Phil Spencer will run its Xbox work, and that, when the Nokia acquisition closes, former Nokia CEO Stephen Elop will pick up the title of...
Welcome to Enterprise Mobility Asia News Weekly, an online newsletter that consists of the most interesting news and articles related to enterprise mobility in Asia.  Asia is predicted to be the fastest area of growth for enterprise mobility between now and 2016.Also read Field Mo...
Remember when BlackBerry was hesitant to let BBM wander to other platforms? So do we, but now that the company has committed to cross-platform support by pushing its messaging service to ecosystems like iOS and Android (including the Nokia X series), it isn’t stopping there. Rece...
Ian Kilpatrick, chairman Wick Hill Group, looks at the current state of authentication and examines the solutions on offer from two companies in Gartner's Magic Quadrant. 123456. Amazingly, surveys show that this is the most popular password for authentication. And simple passwords are...
The Mobility News Weekly is an online newsletter made up of the most interesting news and articles related to enterprise mobility that I run across each week.  I am specifically targeting information that reflects market data and trends.Also read Enterprise Mobility Asia News Week...
The Mobile Commerce News Weekly is an online newsletter made up of the most interesting news, articles and links related to mobile commerce and marketing, mobile payments, mobile money, e-wallets, mobile banking, mobile ads and mobile security that I run across each week.  I am sp...
  Have you ever gotten frustrated when you were browsing on your mobile phone and all of a sudden the connection dropped and you had to resubmit the request or you lost all of the data you had filled out in the form? Traditional TCP is a single path protocol; when the path fails t...
Missing MH370 should remind us, do you know where your digital assets are? By Greg Schulz Missing MH370 should remind us, do you know where your digital assets are? I recently did a piece over at InformationSecurityBuzz called Dark Territories, Do You Know Where Your Inf...
Tumblr on Monday added a very important security feature to its service, with the addition of two-factor authentication – an option available within the blogging service’s “Settings” section as of now. The move sees Tumblr at last joining the ranks of other top tech companies, includin...
If you’re wary of the NSA but still want to keep in touch with your family and friends, I’ve got a cell phone for you. FreedomPop recently launched the Privacy Phone, which the company says is the only smartphone and mobile service that allows for encrypted communications. Nicknamed th...
By now, you’ve heard at least a dozen times… through a variety of mediums, that Microsoft will end support of its XP operating system on April 8. If you’re like most people, you probably experienced one of three reactions: confusion, skepticism or excitement. The truth is that all of t...
Devon, UK, and Naucalpan, Mexico - March, 19 2014 - Global specialist in the development of millimetre wave wireless technology, Sub10 Systems, has signed a distribution agreement with Mexico-based Sitec, which will see Sub10's ground-breaking Liberator products made available across t...
Rob Dobson, founder of Actix, sees IoT as next big thing18 March 2014: UK-based start-up 1248 Ltd., that provides expertise and services to the rapidly emerging Internet of Things (IoT) industry, has received a £1/4 million investment from experienced serial telco entrepreneur Rob...
London, UK, 18 March 2014 - GroundWork, the leading Unified Monitoring solution for IT operations management, virtualisation and cloud monitoring, today announced a strategic partnership with the open source technology integrator Quru to help expand its presence in the UK market.Under ...
My colleague, the always opinionated Peter Rogers, provides us with an "under-the-covers" look at how Android plans to power the Internet of Things.  Pull down your geek hat and hold on!!!***In previous articles I predicted that wearable technology would be powered by light-weight...
Devon, UK, and Prague, Czech Republic - March, 17 2014 - Sub10 Systems, experts in the development of millimetre wave wireless bridges, has signed a distribution agreement with Alcoma. The partnership will enable Alcoma' partners and customers to benefit from Sub10's complete wireless ...
Shareholders of telecommunications company Ono are close to agreeing a deal with Britain’s Vodafone which has offered to buy the Spanish group for about 7.2 billion euros (£6.02 billion) including debt, two sources familiar with the matter said. Shareholders in private equity-bac...
Kirkland, Washington and Copenhagen, Denmark - March 12, 2014 - Following the World Health Organisation's International Ear Care Day, the Bluetooth Special Interest Group (SIG) and European Hearing Instrument Manufacturers Association (EHIMA) today announced a memo of understanding (MO...
I’m a Google Glass owner and I’ve had my share of ups and downs with my $1500 curiosity purchase. Mom says I look like I’m scratching my head when I’m using Glass, and my photos and videos are shot and shared fast and furiously, but they’re all pretty bad....
Welcome to the Mobile Cyber Security News Weekly, our newest online newsletter. Mobile Cyber Security will focus on the most interesting news, articles and links related to mobile and cyber security, mobile malware, mobile application management, cyber warfare (and more!) that I run ac...
Latest solution unifies and simplifies multichannel self-service and proactive engagement with a single, software platform Transforms customer service strategies with combined SMS, email, and phone-based campaigns that increase results Intelligently coordinates services and resources b...
The Mobile Health News Weekly is an online newsletter made up of the most interesting news and articles related to mobile health that I run across each week.  I am specifically targeting information that reflects market data and trends.Also read Enterprise Mobility Asia News Weekl...