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AV-Test.org's latest comparison of security suites for Android have many products with very high scores. Among the best, the difference is in a comparison of features and capabilities for the enterprise.
Lookback lets developers do usability testing on iOS apps while users are doing real work, or travelling, rather than in a laboratory setting. And the Swedish start-up now has $2.2 million in seed funding to take it further
[CORRECTION] Applying some of the more than 1.5 million new Android malware samples found this year, independent lab AV-Test compares Android solutions. They also look at usability, impact on system performance and other security features.
Developers in region hoping to bring apps to global audience should work on developing cleaner and more intuitive user interfaces, says Nokia exec.
Windows 7 is nothing new, but it is not alone — all desktop operating systems are looking in the wrong direction
Redburst Mobility Server emphasizes your mobile enterprise infrastructure with a strong combination of security, stability, and usability....
Interview: Nigel Clifford, CEO, Symbian...
Ubuntu needs more usability. Getting it needs more than just good will and money
The Singapore-based, would-be HTC rival has launched its latest smartphone and promised its devices will make Windows Mobile more usable
One premise of Enterprise Web 2.0 is that Web-based software is beginning to credibly encroach on many solution areas that traditional software previously addressed. According to proponents, this maturing method of online software delivery provides more usability, convenience, and value. The flexibility, mobility, and sheer connectedness of Web software is indeed increasingly hard to ignore. And many of us, consciously or not, are doing more and more of our daily work in the browser, either using applications hosted on the Web, or inside our organizations using Web technology.
Holy mobiles, Batman! Looks like the Plod's looking for new PCs, the people's flag's flying over the Web and Rupert's upset about Windows. Again