Motorola Mobility, which has just released its quarterly figures, has confirmed that it plans to cut its workforce by around 800 employees - a move that’ll cost it approximately $31 million.
The job cuts are expected to take place before Google’s acquisition of the company and will not just be restricted to its US operations.
Cortado, which offers cloud-based desktop services, has enhanced its Cortado Corporate Server with new features for Android business users.
The Corporate Server platform enables mobile devices to be integrated into IT infrastructures, allowing business users to access their corporate network, create PDF and ZIP files, print documents from their handset and even send faxes.
Networking company Juniper Networks says it’s expanding its existing partnership with Samsung to deliver mobile security, secure connectivity and device management capabilities to business customers with Samsung mobile devices.
The first handsets to benefit are the Samsung Galaxy Note, Galaxy SII and Galaxy Tab 10.1.
HTC has published results for the third quarter of 2011. It says total revenue grew for the sixth consecutive quarter, reaching NT$135.82 billion - a 79% increase on Q3 2010.
After-tax profit was NT$18.68 billion, up 68% year-on-year.
Mobile banking and payment company Monitise plc has announced a £24.7 million investment from Visa Europe.
As part of the agreement, Visa Europe President and Chief Executive Peter Ayliffe will join Monitise as a non-executive director. Monitise already has a relationship with Visa Europe and with Visa Inc.