Mad Catz Interactive, Inc. and OUYA has announced a content agreement to bring OUYA® to the Mad Catz M.O.J.O.™ Micro-Console™ for Android™. In addition, the price of M.O.J.O. will be reduced to an MSRP of $199.99 in the United States with similar price adjustments taking place in …
AirWatch® has announced integration with Intel® Device Protection Technology (DPT) for enterprise-ready Android® deployments.
Third Quarter Threats Report Identifies Android Malware That Bypasses App Validation as Signed PC Malware Continues to Surge; Bitcoin Popular in Illicit Trade and Cybercrime
Akruto Inc. has announced the release of Akruto Sync for Android, a computer-based program that offers direct, cloud-free, and complete synchronization of Outlook Contacts, Calendar, and Tasks between a PC and Android devices.
The company to integrate Email like Gmail, digital telephone like Skype, cloud based data storage like Dropbox, and Office applications all in one package that can be used from any tablet (iPad or Android) or computer at anytime.
Citrix CloudGateway 2 Adds Native Support for iOS, Android and HTML5 Apps, and Integration with Citrix ShareFile
A couple of firsts in the smartphone market developed in Q4 2011, now that most of the major handset manufacturers have reported their results.
- Apple topped the smartphone market, finally
- Android suffers its first decline in …
Twilio’s Voice API is now available in Austria, Denmark, France, Ireland, and Poland.
Mobile security firm Lookout has released its 2012 Mobile Malware Predictions forecasting a rise in botnets, automated repacking, and mobile pickpocketing. Lookout’s predictions are based on data gathered from its Mobile Threat Network, which includes more than one million apps and …
McAfee has released its third quarter 2011 Threats Report which showed that Android mobile OS is the main target for the new mobile malware. According to the report, malware aimed at Android devices saw close to 37% increase since Q2 when McAfee reported record growth of mobile malware. This data is suggesting that 2011 is on track to be the busiest year in mobile malware history.
Ubitus Inc., launched commercial mobile cloud gaming service, G CLOUD, with NHN Japan Corporation. Ubitus’ GameCloud® technology is preloaded into NTT DOCOMO, INC.’s LTE Android tablets, which are planned to be launched nationwide in Japan in October 2011 or shortly after. This alliance will bring in series of joint promotion campaigns starting September.
As the flagship application of LTE service “Xi™”, G CLOUD will be pre-installed on two new tablet devices from DOCOMO, Samsung GALAXY Tab 10.1 LTE SC-01D and Fujitsu ARROWS Tab F-01D. Users can instantly experience various popular high-quality game titles, including online MMORPG and 3D action games from major providers, through a freemium model or a purchase of “Play Ticket”. Additional titles will be continuously released in the coming months.
Skype just launched an updated version of its Android app that will allow users of Android phones to make free video calls to Skype contacts on the iPhone, Mac, Windows PCs and TVs3. Skype for Android with video works over both Wi-Fi or 3G data connections. Initially, Android phones that support video calling will include the HTC Desire S, Sony Ericsson Xperia neo, Sony Ericsson Xperia pro and the Google Nexus S.
“We are committed to bring Skype Video Calling to as many platforms as possible and are delighted to deliver on this with our new updated Skype for Android app,” Skype’s VP and general manager for product and marketing, Neil Stevens, said in a statement.