Good Technology, which provides secure ‘bring your own device’ technology to businesses, has published its second annual customer survey.
The report shows that 76% of businesses now support employees using their own mobile devices for work, while just 5% have no plans to support BYOD.
UK mobile phone retailer Phones 4u is launching its own virtual mobile network in March. The service, which will be called ‘LIFE Mobile’, will run on the EE network.
Initially it’ll offer just 2G and 3G connections, with 4G planned to be added later in the year.
Mobile manufacturer ZTE has published preliminary annual results for 2012, revealing that it expects a loss of between 2.5 billion and 2.9 billion Chinese Yuan (£253 to £294 million).
Last year it made a 2.06 billion Yuan profit.
The US-based part of video game maker Atari has filed for bankruptcy protection under chapter 11 of the United States Bankruptcy Code.
It’s aiming to distance itself from Atari S.A., its parent company in France.
Huawei has announced details of its 2012 financial results ahead of the audited figures due in April.
Global sales revenues for the year are expected to reach 220.2 billion Chinese Yuan (£22.3 billion), up 8% on 2011, while net profit is expected to be up 33% to CNY 15.4 billion.