Samsung has introduced an iPhone application to transfer data from their iPhones to Galaxy smartphones. Additionally, users can continue to use iTunes to transfer music, movies and podcasts to manage and synchronize with their smartphone.
Apple Inc has signed with China Telecom to sell its iPhone in China from next month as it looks to boost its flagging share of the world’s biggest mobile phone market.
While Apple has now signed up with two of China’s big three carriers, the biggest, China Mobile Ltd, with more than 600 million subscribers, doesn’t yet have compatible technology.
IT security and data protection firm, Sophos, today announced the availability of Sophos Mobile Control the company’s extension to its data protection and endpoint security product lines. A steady surge in smartphone adoption poses a new set of challenges for businesses as the workforce wants constant connectivity from their individual devices, going beyond what is company-issued. With this new offering, Sophos addresses a major pain-point for businesses by safeguarding data on a broad range of popular smartphone’s and handheld devices, including Apple iPhones and iPads, Google Android, and Windows Mobile devices. Sophos Mobile Control provides comprehensive mobile device management, enabling the ability to simply and quickly secure, monitor, and control the configuration of these devices connecting to the corporate network, allowing similar levels of control and protection with company laptops and desktops.