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Bring Your Own Device (BYOD)

“Bring your own device” (BYOD) is a new trend whereby companies allow their employees to bring their mobile devices (Smartphones or tablets) to work and allow them to be used for business purposes with access to company network and data. It’s a part of consumerization-of-IT wave that has started to gain serious traction in last…

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Crash Reporter for Android application developers

Programs crashing post release is not uncommon. Such situations are also not easy to handle as they might be occuring under certain conditions which might not easy to replicate. Crash dumps come in handy to solve such field issues. Wikipedia defines crash reporter as “an application whose function is to report crash data to a…

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42Gears Mobility Systems Releases Mobile Browser Lockdown for Windows Mobile and Windows CE devices

Bangalore, India – September 04, 2011: 42Gears Mobility Systems today announced release of latest version of KioskIE browser lockdown solution for mobile devices. KioskIE provides a secure and controlled environment for using mobile web applications on devices based on industrial grade Windows Mobile 6.5 and Windows CE 6.0 platforms. Web applications are easy to develop,…

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Single Most Effective Tip to Protect Smartphones

Mobile phones getting lost or stolen is a common occurrence. Almost 37% smartphone users have had this experience in the past. Loss of phone also means loss of privacy or critical business data which could cost more than the phone itself. People will continue to lose phones but fortunately there is a secret to make…

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Android share grows in the Smartphone market

Android’s share in the smartphone market has been steadily growing for the last few months. According to Millennial Media Android has now captured 61% of smartphone space. This is a 15% jump over last month figures leaving iOS far behind. It remains to be seen how release of iOS 5 in coming months will impact…

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