A survey of US consumers by ABI Research has found that around two-thirds of app users have spent money on at least one application, with these people spending an average of $14 per month.
However, a closer analysis reveals a wide difference between lower and higher spending consumers.
Chinese telecoms business Huawei is reported to have won a five-year deal to manage key aspects of O2’s UK network.
It’s Huawei’s first major managed services agreement in the UK.
Cortado, until now best known for its cloud desktop service and wireless printing solution, has announced a new service that combines cloud-based file storage with mobile device management and corporate network access.
Cortado Corporate Server 6.0 enables businesses to offer remote access to staff with iPhones, iPads, Android devices and BlackBerry smartphones. An organisation’s IT department can control devices and user activities without adversely affecting the overall user experience.
Mark Bridge writes:
As summer approaches, so the media’s interest in mobile phone roaming increases. Once again, the maximum price of calls and texts when abroad in Europe is falling – but this year there’s something different on the horizon. The European parliament has just approved the EU’s plans to introduce a price cap for mobile data... and in a couple of years’ time we’ll be able to choose a completely separate network to help cut roaming costs.