LG Electronics has announced a business-focussed security service called LG GATE. It’s designed to separate a user’s own personal data from company data on their smartphone.
The platform is being launched in the USA on the new LG G2, enabling companies with a ‘bring your own device‘ policy to give their staff secure access to enterprise data via a personal smartphone.
Compare and contrast
Mark Bridge writes:
Talk about a difference. In preliminary results last week, HTC announced its first-ever quarterly loss while Samsung revealed record quarterly profits.
Curiously, many of the week’s other news stories also had a companion headline to provide a contrast.
LG Electronics has launched its LG G2 smartphone in the UK today following a formal announcement in August.
The Android phone, which has control keys on the reverse and a 2.2GHz quad-core processor, offers a 5.2-inch display and a 13 megapixel camera.
LG Display, part of the LG Electronics business, has announced the world’s highest-resolution mobile phone display so far.
The new 5.5-inch panel is described as ‘quad HD’, offering 2560 x 1440 pixel resolution with 538 pixels per inch. Standard HD is 1280 x 720p.
Podcast - 14th August 2013
This week we're talking about BlackBerry's options for the future, Vodafone's 4G launch, Apple's patent victory and LG's new smartphone.
We also discuss ZTE selling its Firefox phones on eBay, Nokia's acquisition of NSN, the cost of phone calls in Europe, the controversy about recycling bins that monitor footfall and the new face promoting HTC.