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British Telecom has backpedaled on claims that one third of Android apps are compromised with some form of active or dormant malware, and that almost every Android device is infected. The company has refused to publicly reveal its research.
British Telecom says that one third of Android apps are compromised with some form of active or dormant malware, and that almost every Android device is infected. Something doesn't add up here.
The U.K. Parliament will spend upwards of $700,000 on iPads for elected politicians. But the additional charges, from apps to data, may end up costing the British public even more.
How a smartphone mobile app makes business sense
A leading British construction company switched 1,800 users over to Google Apps on May 2nd, becoming the largest live deployment in the UK so far. Its IT director firmly refutes the notion raised here yesterday that Google apps aren't fit for enterprise use.
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