Most smartphone data sessions are started without the user noticing, according to a new report from mobile network analytics and optimisation specialists Actix.
It’s studied information from eight network operators across four continents and has found that only 30% of data sessions are user initiated.
Yuval Ben-Moshe writes:
Freezing Android phones just won't break the ice with forensic investigators.
Leading and available mobile forensics tools already have similar capabilities, enabling law enforcement to effectively obtain admissible evidences from mobile devices.
BlackBerry says more than 30,000 new applications for the BlackBerry 10 platform have been added to its BlackBerry World app store in the past seven weeks, which means there are now more than 100,000 apps available.
The BlackBerry 10 platform was announced on 30th January, along with the Z10 and Q10 smartphones.
Google has announced a new note-taking service called Google Keep, which is currently available as an Android application and via the web.
The company describes it as an online equivalent of ‘sticky notes’.
A fifth of all consumer vehicles in North America and Western Europe - around 90 million cars - are expected to have app-capable multimedia systems by 2017, according to a new report from Juniper Research.
This growth is expected to be driven by increased smartphone penetration and improvements to in-car entertainment units.