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Enterproid makes it easier to add apps with Box deal

Enterproid is hoping to make it easier for enterprises to offer applications using its secure framework without having to re-write the app, through a new partnership with Box.

Written by Nancy Gohring27 Feb. 12 16:03

New HTC phones offer high quality photo, audio features

HTC kicked off its new strategy of offering fewer but more differentiated phones in 2012 with the launch of the HTC One series of phones, emphasising high quality photo and audio technologies.

Written by Nancy Gohring27 Feb. 12 08:15

Sony adds two new phones to Xperia NXT line

Sony on Sunday introduced two Android new phones into its NXT series, following the first phone in the series that it launched at CES earlier this year.

Written by Nancy Gohring27 Feb. 12 06:13

Antenna service supports full lifecycle of mobile app

Antenna Software on Tuesday plans to launch a hosted service that will let businesses design, build, publish, manage and analyze mobile apps that are geared toward employees or customers.

Written by Nancy Gohring21 Feb. 12 16:08

ITC rules in Apple's favor in HTC dispute

The U.S. International Trade Commission on Friday issued a <a href="http://www.usitc.gov/secretary/fed_reg_notices/337/337_721_notice02172012sgl_1.pdf">final determination</a> that Apple doesn't infringe certain HTC patents.

Written by Nancy Gohring18 Feb. 12 10:30

ITC rules in Apple's favor in HTC dispute

The U.S. International Trade Commission on Friday issued a <a href="http://www.usitc.gov/secretary/fed_reg_notices/337/337_721_notice02172012sgl_1.pdf">final determination</a> that Apple doesn't infringe certain HTC patents.

Written by Nancy Gohring18 Feb. 12 10:30

FTC warns enforcement action may be next for mobile apps for kids

The U.S. Federal Trade Commission, which in a <a href="http://www.ftc.gov/os/2012/02/120216mobile_apps_kids.pdf">new survey</a> found that the vast majority of mobile apps for kids don't clearly disclose data sharing practices, said its next step will be the potential enforcement of privacy regulations.

Written by Nancy Gohring17 Feb. 12 07:48

Rackspace enlists Redapt for private cloud installs

Rackspace hopes to make it easier to use its OpenStack private cloud offering by partnering with Redapt, a company that procures, configures and ships servers to customers.

Written by Nancy Gohring16 Feb. 12 02:01
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