How can Google Glass be utilised for the enterprise?
Enterprise mobility provider Fiberlink has announced compatibility between its MaaS360 platform and Google Glass, the first such instance in the enterprise mobility management (EMM) space. Utilising the technology, users are able to perform actions such as lock, locate and wipe through voice controls or hand gestures, thus removing some of the legwork associated with keeping a tight mobility policy.
Google adds enterprise app store option for Android
Google has announced it is extending its Google Play store to help Google Apps customers distribute internal apps to employees through the Google Play Private Channel.
Why enterprise app devs love iOS and flirt with Windows 8
There’s been a significant shift in the attitude of enterprise app developers to the various competing app platforms, with iOS emerging as a clear favourite, and Windows 8 making a surprise appearance.
No Flash for Jelly Bean, Adobe says
Adobe has officially announced they are not going to be supporting their Flash software for Google Android 4.1, otherwise known as Jelly Bean.
Google’s augmented reality glasses – an eye on the future?
The Google I/O conference promised to be an eye-opener and this announcement warranted it: Google has spectacularly demonstrated its virtual reality glasses as part of the ‘Project Glass’ venture.
Apple dumps Google Maps in favour of own app software for iOS 6
One of the worst-kept secrets in the industry was finally made official as Apple announced the features of the iOS 6 at its Worldwide Developer Conference (WWDC): Google Maps is no longer to be a part of iOS devices, with Apple’s own Maps software instated in its place.
iOS vs Android: Over two thirds of apps for new economy on iOS, research says
A report from analytics house Flurry has predicted that seven out of 10 apps for the new economy will be on iOS as opposed to Android, despite Android dominating the smartphone market.
Android “will peak this year” as Windows Phone challenges Apple, IDC says
As forecasts go, this is a pretty big one: the International Data Corporation (IDC) has predicted that Windows Phone will overtake iOS by 2016 and that Android will have hit its peak by the end of this year.
Gloves off between Google and Nokia/Microsoft?
Reports are surfacing that Google is unhappy with Microsoft and Nokia’s collaboration because they have transferred patents to a “troll” who makes money from patent lawsuits.
Google vs Oracle: Google wins round two of patents case
Google has won the latest battle of the patents after a court in California ruled that the internet search giant didn’t infringe on Oracle’s patents.