It's been another busy week for the mobile industry, with European roaming charges, Facebook applications, Yahoo's CEO, mobile payments, free messaging and financial results all hitting the headlines.
HTC Corporation has been promoting its business-focussed HTCpro service by releasing a whitepaper about mobile security.
The ‘Basic Principles for Increasing Security in a Mobile Computing Program’ whitepaper is aimed at Chief Information Officers and IT departments, explaining how companies can combine the flexibility of mobile devices while maintaining security.
Mobile network traffic management specialist Bytemobile has published its latest quarterly Mobile Analytics Report, which looks into the ways consumers use mobile devices.
The current report pays particular attention to tablet usage and video content.
LG’s quad-core Optimus 4X HD smartphone, which was revealed at Mobile World Congress in February, will go on sale from next month. It’ll launch in Western Europe, followed by other markets in the next few months.
The Android-powered handset runs an NVIDIA Tegra 3 processor and has a 4.7-inch display.
Mark Bridge writes:
Cortado was founded in 1999 as ‘ThinPrint’, with the company’s expansion beyond wireless printing leading it to change its name.
This week it’s expanded even further, combining its cloud desktop services with mobile device management. The result is Cortado Corporate Server 6.0, a new service that enables organisations to offer their staff secure, managed mobile access to corporate files.