Thursday, 22 Mar 2012
SCCP Payment Services has launched Swiff, a mobile payment platform that accepts credit/debit card payments from customers on-the-go, today in Singapore. The platform works through the use of a multi-authenticated plug-in device and app, of which currently runs on iPhone, Android and BlackBerry devices.
Symantec will now include a cross-platform mobile application protection solution to help IT organizations protect and isolate corporate data and applications across both corporate owned and personally owned devices.
Through Street View, cost and time spent to explore places like these personally is significantly reduced. Also, Google hopes to provide access to special corners of the world which many of us are restricted to.
OMGPOP, the developer of the wildly popular game Draw Something has just been acquired by Zynga to the tune of $200 million.
A larger 4.6-inch display and launching in Q2 2012. These are the latest rumors for Apple's upcoming iPhone, as shared by an unnamed source to the Maeli Business Newspaper.
Huawei will start production of its first quad-core smartphone, the Ascend D Quad in June and will ship the device in July. The Huawei Ascend D Quad is also shaping up to be one of the most powerful Android phones after showcasing its prowess in some benchmarks.
Formally called the CE5300, Berryville aims to offer set-top boxes and video gateways the same performance as one would see in video game consoles.
Samsung Electronics has announced on its website a list of Galaxy devices that are getting the Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich update. The Samsung Galaxy Note and Galaxy S II are first in line to receive the update in Q1 2012, followed by the rest of the Galaxy devices.
Sources say that the PCs and tablets running on the OS will go on sale around October and these devices in the initial rollout will include INTC and ARM chips.
The latest blog post from YouTube has revealed a newly-added Video Manager feature that allows for editing of video quality with just one click.