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SpectorSoft expands monitoring to include BlackBerry devices

SpectorSoft announced a new release of Spector 360, which includes the ability to keep tabs on BlackBerry mobile devices.

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Jelly Bean breaks the 10 percent mark on Android devices

After barely two months on the market, Google's newest version of its Android operating system, Jelly Bean, is running on 10 percent of Android devices. The Gingerbread version still dominates among the many editions on the market, however.

Toyota joins list of cars with wireless phone charging

Toyota says it plans to offer wireless charging in its 2013 Avalon high-end sedan.


RIM launches invitation-only BlackBerry 10 evaluation program

RIM is launching a BlackBerry 10 beta program—putting it one step closer to finally rolling out the highly anticipated mobile platform.

Dell software aims to automate mobile device management

To handle the explosion of mobile devices in the enterprise, Dell this week unveiled plans for a server designed to automate a wide range of mobile management jobs for mid-range business customers.

Citrix to buy mobile device management firm Zenprise

Citrix plans to buy mobile device management company Zenprise and integrate its software with its Citrix CloudGateway and Me@Work software for managing mobile apps and data.

Mobile 4G LTE hotspot router heads to AT&T for $50

From 19 November US AT&T subscribers will be able to buy the world’s first mobile data hotspot to feature both 4G LTE support and the unusual innovation of a built-in 2.8 inch colour LCD touchscreen, the company has announced.