DisplayMate Technologies has released the results of its comprehensive evaluation of the Galaxy S9’s Infinity Display, concluding that Samsung’s new flagship possesses “the best-performing smartphone display that we have ever tested.”
Speaking to journalists at a briefing ahead of Mobile World Congress 2018, Francois Mahieu, the chief commercial officer of BlackBerry Mobile, said he hopes to capture 3 percent to 5 percent of the market for premium phones in the next few years.
A10 Networks today launched new research examining the behaviour and attitudes of the workforce towards the use of business and personal apps and its impact on risk, security and corporate culture.
Allot Mobile Trends Report: New data on impact of security as a service on mobile operators Net Promoter Score
Allot Communications today released its new Mobile Trends Report, revealing customer satisfaction is far greater for mobile operators which deploy SaaS than those who provide legacy app-based security.
New research from RSM Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus University has found that information taken from Twitter posts could be used to predict the stock market – and help traders to make better investment decisions.
Sandeep Chennakeshu, president of BlackBerry Technology Solutions, speaking Tuesday at the Automotive News World Congress, urged auto companies to adopt what he called seven "pillars" to success in cybersecurity, among them securing the supply chain and being able to patch infected..
Led by academics from University of Edinburgh Business School and The University of St Andrews, the study analysed the performance of banks directed by more than 600 US-born Chief Executive Officers who were children or...
Wolters Kluwer, Tax & Accounting UK has announced survey findings which show that accountancy firms need additional education and support around the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) which comes into force on 25th May 2018.
In conjunction with OnePoll, Carphone surveyed mobile habits of 2000 smartphone users in the UK to find out what habits annoy us most, and which habits we’re guilty of ourselves, in a bid to bring back good old-fashioned phone etiquette.
Carbon Black today announced the release of: “The Ransomware Economy: How and Why the Dark Web Marketplace for Ransomware Is Growing at a Rate of More Than 2,500% Per Year.”
Yahoo, Equifax and Verizon are just some of the few of the countless data breaches that have made recent headlines. New research by EfficientIP reveals telcos are next.
Within the next few months Apple’s much anticipated iPhone 8 will hit the UK market. With iOS11 due to debut around the same time as the new iPhone launches, the timing of the new technologies and much rumoured features.
According to new research, when it comes to data compliance matters, one in five business decision makers within the UK admit they do not know which compliance regulations their company is subject to..
Samsung DeX is a new innovation that enables users to connect their Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8+ smartphone to a monitor, keyboard and mouse to unlock a desktop-like experience.
DisplayMate Technologies has released the results of its comprehensive evaluation of the Galaxy S8’s Infinity Display, concluding that Samsung’s new flagship possesses “the best-performing smartphone display that we have ever tested.”
The latest smartphone OS sales data from Kantar Worldpanel ComTech shows that iOS achieved continued growth across most regions tracked, except for Japan, Spain, and Urban China.
Nokia’s campaign announcing the relaunch of its classic 3310 mobile has had a significant impact on consumer engagement with the brand - 50% of consumers say they have read or heard about Nokia in the past week.
Gartner recently published its Q4 smartphone ranking global sales of smartphones to end users, totalling 432 million units in the fourth quarter of 2016, a 7 percent increase over the fourth quarter of 2015.
As the Internet continues to go mobile, smartphones and tablets have become prime targets for malware attacks. The threat is real. But how much do consumers know about the risk of mobile malware?