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Wednesday, August 18, 2010

A-Z news in this week’s mobile industry podcast: from Android legal action to Catherine Zeta-Jones’s bottom

With smartphone security hitting the headlines this month, The Fonecast talks to mobile security expert Jack Wraith, who heads the Telecommunications UK Fraud Forum and the Mobile Industry Crime Action Forum. He explains what the problems are, how consumers can protect themselves… and what the industry can do to help.

Plus, as usual, there's a review of the week's other major mobile industry news. Oracle, Google, JAG, Yes Telecom, Vodafone, O2, Motorola, Qualcomm, Nokia, BlackBerry and – rather tenuously – Catherine Zeta-Jones's bottom are all discussed by Iain, James and Mark.

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8/18/2010 7:20 AM

I've explained more about the CZJ reference in our 'Opinion' section: tinyurl.com/2aprswu

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