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Wednesday, February 1, 2012

Doro plans new web-based set-up for apps and content

Easy-to-use mobile phone manufacturer Doro says it’s moving beyond handsets to offer Android and Windows-based applications and services.

‘Doro Experience’, which will be demonstrated at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona later this month, combines a simple user interface and a selection of applications. Web-based access will let the user, a relative or even their service provider set up a choice of content and applications.

Jérôme Arnaud, President and CEO of Doro, said “This represents the first tangible result of how we have combined our expertise on seniors and their evolving needs with the acquisitions we made in the summer of 2011. We are happy and proud to be able to develop a digital bridge between generations and to help seniors to a more widely access to applications and the internet world.”

Doro acquired the Prylos Android developer business last July, followed by tele-assistance specialist Birdy Technology in August.

Author: The Fonecast
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