MirrorFootball.co.uk announced that it is launching an updated version of its popular iPhone football app, packed with new features to coincide with the start of the 2011/2012 football season. Best of all, football fans will be able to get the app for free across all of Apple’s global App Stores to bring Mirror Football to even more football fans.
Infobip announced the simultaneous opening of two new Latin American offices in Bogotá and São Paulo. With he growing demand for Infobip's cutting edge enterprise and operator messaging solutions in the bustling Latin American market, increasing regional presence has become an imperative for the company.
EasySYNC, a specialist in USB communications and supplier of USB instruments, has finalized a global distribution deal with Mouser Electronics. Through the deal Mouser will help EasySYNC to build stronger relationships with the global electronics design community, offering immediate access to an expansive inventory, as well as identifying new opportunities for its products in a broad spectrum of different industry sectors.
With malware showing no signs of abating on social networks and continuous news of the privacy implications of sharing personal details through social media, it’s no surprise users are making more efforts to reduce their risk of exposure in 2011. So indicate findings from Webroot, the first Internet security service company, in its third annual look into the security habits of social networkers.
TÜV Rheinland, one of only three organizations authorized to test products for compliance to ZigBee standards, has developed a proprietary software-based testing system that is faster and more flexible than previous testing environments. ZigBee is the technology for low-cost, low-power wireless sensor and control networks.
Texas Instruments announced the availability of its mobile app for the Apple iPhone and Android-powered smartphones, making it the first semiconductor supplier to offer both a mobile app and a mobile-optimized website for designers to explore the company’s portfolio of products and system solutions.
JDSU announced that it has developed the first tunable SFP+ transceiver to replace fixed wavelength SFP+ transceivers and legacy products in Enterprise and Metro networks. JDSU created the new transceiver leveraging its Integrated Laser Mach Zehnder (ILMZ) chip that was developed in 2007 and used to create the world’s first tunable XFP transceiver for telecom networks in 2009.
Anritsu Company and Renesas Mobile Corporation, a premier supplier of advanced cellular platforms, announce that their collaboration in certification has resulted in the development and validation of MIMO test cases that have been accepted by 3GPP (RAN5). With this approval, product acceptance by the mobile industry and operators is expected to be strengthened, which is essential to ensure wider market deployment of MIMO technology.
Jiepang, China’s fastest-growing location-based service (LBS) provider, is testing NFC technology to help fuel the growth of its ambitious SoLoMo (social-local-mobile) business strategy, which seeks to move beyond social networking and mobile marketing promotions to provide contactless payments and other offerings.
Starbucks is now offering free, one-click, unlimited Wi-Fi to all of its company-owned stores in the United States. That means Wi-Fi at Starbucks is now: Free - no Starbucks Card required One-Click - no username or password needed Unlimited - no 2-hour restriction Visit us soon and login.
Google and Motorola Mobility Holdings announced that they have entered into a definitive agreement under which Google will acquire Motorola Mobility for $40.00 per share in cash, or a total of about $12.5 billion, a premium of 63% to the closing price of Motorola Mobility shares on Friday, August 12, 2011.
One Source Networks, together with Sonus Networks, announce their collaboration to present ‘VoIP for a Global, Mobile Workforce,’ webinar taking place Wednesday, August 24th at 1:00PM EST. The webinar will focus on the realities of today’s IP-based voice solutions and examine the key enablers of the VoIP movement for the enterprise market.
Altair Semiconductor, a leading developer of ultra-low power, small footprint and high performance 4G LTE chipsets , announced today that its TD-LTE chipset, integrated in a commercial USB dongle, achieved download speeds of more than 100Mbps in a live over-the-air demonstration. This achievement means the promise of LTE – that the user experience will be enhanced significantly by providing fast download times and data-intensive applications – is now a reality.
Payfone and Fortumo announced that Fortumo has selected Payfone to power the direct billing option for its in-app purchasing SDK. This direct billing mobile payment method offers better reliability and higher security as well as better payouts for developers. Through the partnership, Fortumo’s clients will be able to provide consumers with the ability to make safe and secure mobile payments in real-time from any device, such as PC, smartphone, tablet or Wi-Fi.