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1. Android Crushing Smartphone Rivals

August 15, 2014
...The report seems to put aside any hopes of a third mobile OS shouldering its way into the Android/iOS duopoly. Windows-based smartphones took only 2.5 percent of the market, while BlackBerry represented a paltry 0.5 percent of the global market. "It's been an incredible upward slog for other OS players. Windows Phone has been around since ...

2. NSA Revelations Bring German Encryption Boom

August 11, 2014
...surfaced that the NSA had listed her among its foreign intelligence targets, the chancellor has avoided being seen with low-end devices. Her new gadget, as widely reported, is a top-range BlackBerry outfitted with a custom-made security suite made by German company Secusmart -- endorsed for sensitive communications by Germany's Federal Office for Information Security. Apparently seizing on ...

3. Hidden Controls Expose 2 Billion Devices to Hackers

August 7, 2014
... The vulnerability was discovered by Mathew Solnik and Marc Blanchou, security researchers with Denver-based firm Accuvant. They analyzed the OMA-DM implementation on devices for Apple, Android and BlackBerry sold in the U.S. and other countries. The two offered details of their research Wednesday in a presentation titled “Cellular Exploitation on a Global Scale: The Rise and Fall ...

4. Calif. Smartphone Kill Switch Bill Is Close to Passage

August 6, 2014
...for products sold nationally. CTIA's opposition is not shared by some of its members. According to Gascon, most smartphone makers and marketers, including Apple, Microsoft, Google, Samsung, Blackberry Verizon and AT&T, removed their earlier opposition to the bill. ...

5. Android Hits 85 Percent Smartphone Market Share

August 1, 2014
...platform's market share of smartphone shipments worldwide at nearly 85 percent in the second quarter. Android's growth is apparently coming at the expense of Apple's, Microsoft's and BlackBerrys market shares. Apple, for instance, is now at about 11.9 percent, compared to 13.4 percent in the same quarter last year. Microsoft's Windows Phone platform is now at a ...

6. BlackBerry Messenger Now Available on Windows Phone

July 31, 2014
...the look and feel of the Windows Phone mobile operating system. The previously released iOS and Android versions of BBM have drawn fire from users for too closely resembling native BlackBerry apps. At Tuesday's BlackBerry Security Summit, BlackBerry President John Sims told blog site N4BB that BBM applications for Apple's iOS and Google's Android operating systems might ...

7. Collaboration Provider Asana Revamps Mobile App

July 30, 2014
...version 3.0, is designed for both Apple's iPhone and iPad, and a revamped Android version is in development. No versions are planned for other platforms used by businesses, such as BlackBerry or Windows Phone. The new app offers features found in the Web app, including task management, search, calendaring, note taking, and there's a new interface. Users are offered a ...

8. Dell, BlackBerry Not Sweating Apple-IBM Alliance

July 30, 2014
...has focused on some pieces of the equation, but not all," said Swainson, adding that the need to broaden partnerships is growing, but declining comment on a potential tie-up with BlackBerry Chen told the Financial Times that BlackBerry was in early discussions with some companies about working together in parts of the enterprise market, but did not ...

9. BlackBerry Buys German Security Firm Secusmart

July 29, 2014 management presence. Last week, it announced that BlackBerry Enterprise Service (BES) 10 will be available as a hosted service from six providers. BES allows customers to utilize the secure BlackBerry network, while managing iOS and Android devices as well as BlackBerry devices. German tech companies also play a central role in that announcement. The company said ...

10. Review: Amazon Unlimited E-Book Service Is Indeed Limited

July 26, 2014
...available for a greater range of devices. Oyster works on iPhones, iPads and Android devices. Scribd supports those, plus Macs and Windows devices. Kindle does all that, plus webOS and BlackBerry devices. Back in 2011, Amazon began making a selection of movies and TV episodes available for free to Prime members. At the time, the free service ...
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