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As part of its annual reshuffle, Samsung has consolidated, streamlined, and outright disbanded some of its divisions.
Together with the launch of updated custom Android software PrivatOS, the handset maker has revealed a new store dedicated to security and privacy applications.
Australian telcos will need to hand over confidential network expansion plans to the government in order to be eligible for mobile network blackspot funding.
Microsoft has purchased email startup Acompli, which makes iOS and Android mobile e-mail applications, for an undisclosed amount.
The ruling marks the first-ever criminal conviction concerning the advertisement and sale of mobile device spyware applications.
Red Hat's latest acquisition enhances its mobile app development platform with collaboration features that promote agility and increase security.
The internet of things could be very helpful to organizations or bury them under the weight of operational data from a herd of devices, their software, and their applications. Glassbeam believes its SCALAR is the tool that will make sense of it all.
The creative software giant tacked on more personalization and geo-location features to the latest Marketing Cloud iteration, leveraging iBeacon compatibility to steer customers toward data-driven marketing.
The latest update to Apple's mobile software comes with performance improvements to its older devices, notably the iPhone 4s and the iPad 2.
Relational databases are enterprise staples as customers continue to pay up for Oracle and proprietary software. AWS launches Aurora to offer proprietary features at open source prices.
CA Technologies plans to deliver more software-as-a-service-based applications, as it is seeing more demand for them than on-premises applications.
A new version of the Enhanced Mitigation Experience Toolkit mostly improves compatibility with applications software, and specifically with Java and Chrome.
The 14th annual conference of international research networks last month was the scene of some startling demonstrations of the future of open-source networking.
The companies will work together to build Software-as-a-Service offerings that tap into mobile, cloud and big data for use in internal processes and operations.
Officials from China's National Internet Information Office said the department will initiate specific plans to regulate the fast development of mobile applications in the country.
Capgemini survey finds CIOs stepping up drive toward quality in social, mobile, analytics and cloud applications.
Software as a Service offerings -- such as SalesForce.com, Office356, Microsoft Dynamics and AthenaHealth -- hold out the promise of replacing enterprise applications and serving as platforms for future development. While the promise can be fulfilled, organizations have to take some responsibility too.
Also, as promised by Mark Hurd on Monday, Oracle introduced news for its mobile development framework.
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