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By general
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Aug 7th, 2013
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Robert Dutt / Channelnomics Research from Trend Micro shows that the number of malicious apps available for Android jumped 40 percent in the second quarter of 2013. The post Trend Micro: Android Malware Rates Continue to Swell appeared first on Channelnomics. Read More...
By VAR_Staffing
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Apr 12th, 2013
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VAR_Staffing / VAR Staffing Nowadays, there are apps for just about everything. Mobile devices have become critical tools in the personal and professional lives of many of us. However, the security protocols that go along with smartphones and tablets are often left on the back burner, which can lead to disaster – like the ability […]...
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Mar 29th, 2013
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/ CRN Facebook won’t be building its own smartphone hardware or mobile OS, according to reports, but instead will be introducing something else related to Android. Read More...
By general
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Mar 13th, 2013
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/ CRN Google CEO names Sundar Pichai to manage Android but doesn’t disclose Andy Rubin’s new role at the company. Read More...
By general
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Mar 1st, 2013
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/ CRN With Mobile World Congress 2013 coming to a close, CRN recaps the big news of the week, including HP’s new Android tablet and the sale of WebOS. Read More...
By general
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Feb 25th, 2013
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/ CRN HP introduces its first-ever Android tablet in an attempt to get back into the consumer tablet market. Will the aggressively priced HP Slate 7 make an impact? Read More...
By general
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Jan 31st, 2013
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Dave Courbanou / Channelnomics Oracle Corp. brings Android support to its mobile virtual desktop client, alongside an overhaul the desktop client for USB peripheral support and full Windows 8 compatibility. With BYOD commonplace now and a must-have in the future, Oracle effort’s to improve productivity at the end-user level is a small part of a […]...
By general
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Dec 7th, 2012
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/ CRN IDC boosts its tablet sales forecast for 2012, with one IDC analyst saying the ‘breadth and depth of Android has taken full effect on the tablet market as it has for the smartphone space.’ Read More...
By general
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Dec 3rd, 2012
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/ CRN A job posting on Nokia’s website had sparked speculation that the smartphone maker was exploring a move from Windows Phone to Android. Read More...
By general
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Nov 7th, 2012
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/ CRN The new Office Mobile will reportedly provide the ability to view Word, Excel and PowerPoint documents on mobile devices but require Office 365 to create and edit documents. Read More...
By general
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Oct 22nd, 2012
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Stefanie Hoffman / Channelnomics A Q3 security roundup reported released by Trend Micro report indicated that Android malware has skyrocketed, driven in part by a groundswell of aggressive adware apps. Among other things, the report indicates the continuation of an Android malware trend that has made mobile security an increasingly necessary part of partner offerings. ...
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Oct 2nd, 2012
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/ CRN Key upgrades include a new Web interface plus a feature that snaps a photograph of the individual in possession of a user’s stolen phone. Read More...
By general
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Sep 27th, 2012
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/ CRN AMD and BlueStacks have launched the AMD AppZone, an app store the offers Android apps for use on AMD- and Windows-based PCs. Read More...
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Sep 27th, 2012
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Stefanie Hoffman / Channelnomics Sophos is offering two free mobile security apps for Android, suggesting that the endpoint security firm is serious about staying a few paces ahead of competitors as the mobile security and MDM race heats up. Read More...
By vmazek
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May 16th, 2012
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upon a time Google decided it would change the way cell phones were sold, in a bid to make cell phones more free. They offered their Google Nexus phone online and sold it directly first on TMobile and then on tons of other platforms. Turns out the consumers weren’t as confident in those early Android […]...