There are over one billion smartphones in use today Ã¢â‚¬â€œ an enormous number and approximately one sixth of the worldÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s population. But are they just glorified trackers?
BlackBerry will have fewer than 1 million UK consumer users by the end of the year, says research companies
BlackBerry will have fewer than 1 million UK consumer users by the end of the year, a radical slump from a peak of nearly 8 million in June 2012, according to new research from two companies.
Earlier this week, BlackBerry appointed David Kleidermacher as Chief Security Officer (CSO) and yesterday he issued a Ã¢â‚¬Å“call to armsÃ¢â‚¬Â for better cyber security standards because enterprise organizations have failed to protect critical data and placed personal information in jeopardy.
The architects of G-Cloud, the UK public sector procurement framework for information technology services that use cloud computing, are calling on government, departments, the Government Digital Service (GDS), buyers and sellers to do more to encourage its adoption four years after its initial launch.
It's no secret that BlackBerry is synonomous with security but how do third-party apps affect that security? Being secure means more than just ensuring an application is virus free!Ã‚Â Nefarious applications can access private data, sneak that data out to private websites, and even monitor your device traffic to keep tabs on what your doing all without the user knowing.
Auction of telecom spectrum due March 4 may burn a hole in the pockets of the operators and may increase call and data charges, experts have opined.
While the North Korean government has been blamed for the attack on Sony Pictures Entertainment's network, Russian hackers also breached Sony's network last fall and continued to have at-will access well into January 2015.
Although nearly half of UK consumers (43%) use a smartphone banking app, and more than a third (34%) are using an app at least one a week, new research shows that, of the generation of mobile apps currently available from five leading UK banks, there is considerable room for improvement.
The latest edition of the annual TRUSTe Consumer Confidence Index shows that online privacy is a significant concern in Britain with 92 percent of Internet users worried about their privacy when using the internet and 1 in 3 (33 percent) more concerned than a year ago.
In a stunning new overview of recent trends for Mobile Operator ARPU, Revenues and EBITDA, Strategy Analytics compares facts with survey responses from Operators in North America and Europe.
In the wake of the Paris terror attacks earlier this month, U.K. Prime Minister David Cameron proposed banning encrypted communications services such as those offered by Apple, Facebook and others.
Earlier this evening, BlackBerry tweeted a message promoting its new BlackBerry Classic smartphone and urging consumers to Ã¢â‚¬Å“keep up with the conversationÃ¢â‚¬Â on Twitter.