Podcast - 22nd November 2013
With more than half of all pre-teen children reported to be using text messaging as their main form of mobile communication, it's not surprising to hear that bullies are taking advantage of SMS to attack their victims.
But what can mobile networks do to help these victims of cyber-bullying? Louise O'Sullivan of Anam Technologies explains why she thinks network operators are apparently reluctant to take action - and why other organisations need to get involved.
Easy-to-use smartphone manufacturer Doro has agreed a deal that’ll see AVG AntiVirus Pro software pre-loaded on the Doro Liberto 810 smartphone.
Customers buying the Liberto will receive a year’s licence to use the mobile security app free of charge.
A new report from Juniper Research predicts that almost 35% of consumer-owned tablets and smartphones will be used as part of a ‘bring your own device’ scheme at work by 2018.
That’s over a billion devices in total.
Computer and smartphone manufacturer Acer says its board of directors has elected Stan Shih, one of the company’s original co-founders, as Chairman and interim Corporate President.
It’s also removing the role of CEO, giving these duties to either the Chairman or the President.
New P'9982 smartphone announced
BlackBerry is producing a new smartphone in conjunction with Porsche Design. It’s called the Porsche Design P’9982 Smartphone from BlackBerry and is based on the Z10 device.
There’ll be two versions: one made from stainless steel with a leather back panel, the other a limited-edition model with a crocodile-skin panel.