Mark Bridge heads to Bletchley Park for Over The Air 2011, a unique annual event for mobile developers. This is the first of two special reports; today Mark catches up with Dr Sue Black, Daniel Appelquist and Paul Johnston to learn exactly what Over The Air is all about.
The GSMA has announced the results of a study about privacy issues on mobile devices.
It contacted more than 4,000 mobile phone users in Singapore, Spain and the UK to find out how concerned they were about privacy and how this influenced their use of mobile internet services and applications.
Orange, NTT DOCOMO and Sharp have announced an Android smartphone that’s able to convert 2D content into 3D content in real time.
The SHARP AQUOS PHONE SH80F will be available in France from next week, although there’s currently no mention of UK availability.
Everything Everywhere has launched a new machine-to-machine management platform. The platform has been developed in partnership with Transatel - which already works with the network on its MVNO products - and will be supported through a new relationship with vehicle tracking specialists Redtail Telematics.
It’s described by the company as a major step towards its goal of becoming partner of choice in the M2M space.
Nokia has announced new plans to ‘align its workforce and operations’ that’ll see around 3,500 jobs being cut.
Nokia’s manufacturing facility in Cluj (Romania) and its Location & Commerce operations in Bonn (Germany) and Malvern (USA) will be closing.