With two big-name product launches in the last seven days - the Amazon Kindle Fire and the Apple iPhone 4S - there's a distinct product focus to this week's mobile industry podcast.
Apple CEO Tim Cook has revealed the latest version of the company’s iPhone device.
The iPhone 4S has a faster processor than its predecessor, a new camera and a longer battery life but the appearance remains similar to the iPhone 4.
Vizz Mobile, part of the QiComm telecoms group, has announced a virtual mobile network called Vizz Africa.
Vizz Africa is a prepaid SIM-only service specifically designed to let UK customers communicate with friends and relatives in Africa. It follows the launch earlier this year of Dialog Vizz, a QiComm company that targets the UK’s Sri Lankan communities.
Mobile consumer interaction and payment specialist mBlox has revealed a new vision and corporate identity.
It’s broadened its previous position as the “world’s largest mobile transaction network” to include real-time campaign analysis, including information about a consumer’s location and mobile device.
AndroidPolice.com reports that some HTC devices are storing information that could easily be collected by a malicious applications.
The stored information, which includes data about the device and its user, is theoretically available to any installed app that’s given internet access.