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Users’ Most Sensitive Data is put at Risk – Kaspersky Lab

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Kaspersky Lab reveals that user attitudes towards app care and maintenance on their devices is making sensitive data vulnerable to security threats.

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There are now 4,416 LTE devices, including 2,706 smartphones globally

There are now 4,416 LTE devices globally, including 2,706 smartphones according to the latest GSA Status of the LTE Ecosystem report.

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Gartner: Consumers will each own more than 3 devices by 2018

Gartner: By 2018, a consumer in a mature market will use and own more than three personal devices.

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Check Point – Zero-Day attacks on Mobile Devices & Networks, biggest threats to Enterprises

Check Point Software Technologies Ltd., a global online security vendor, today issued its 2015 Security Report, the company’s third annual report revealing the major security threats that impacted organizations across the world. The Check Point 2015 Security Report provides insight into the major security events that occurred in organizations across the world and offers recommendations on how to protect against ...

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Over 3,253 4G LTE devices now available in the global market

The total of 4G LTE user devices have now reached 3,253 according to the latest report by GSA (Global mobile Suppliers Association) in June 2015. There are 305 companies that manufacture these devices. The report covers LTE FDD and TDD (TD-LTE) devices.

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393 mobile operators have launched 4G LTE in 138 countries

As of April 9 (2015), 393 operators have commercially launched 4G LTE service in 138 countries, according to data released by GSA (Global mobile Suppliers Association) in the latest update of the Evolution to LTE report. There were 497 million 4G LTE (Long Term Evolution) subscriptions worldwide as of 2014. GSA raised its year-end forecast to 460 commercially launched 4G ...

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IDC: Samsung still No.1 in Malaysia, 10 million smart devices shipped in 2014

In 2014 nearly 10 million units of smart devices were shipped into Malaysia with smartphones outnumbering tablets by a ratio of nearly four to one, revealed market research firm IDC. Samsung continues to dominate the Malaysian smart device smartphone market with a 30% market share in 2014 continued by Lenovo at 17%, Asus at 9%, Oppo at 7% and Apple ...

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Internet-ready Nokia 215 now in Malaysia, price at RM139

Microsoft Devices Group has launched the Nokia 215 in Malaysia, its most affordable Internet-ready phone. Available in Dual SIM, the Nokia 215 is price at RM139 in Malaysia. The maker of Lumia smartphones and tablets, Nokia mobile phones, Xbox hardware and Surface said that the Nokia 215 is designed to connect and introduce first-time mobile phone buyers to the Internet and ...

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2,646 4G LTE devices now available in the global market

The GSA (Global mobile Suppliers Association) has confirmed that 1,275 new 4G LTE-enabled user devices have been launched over the past year (2014), raising the total ecosystem to 2,646 4G LTE devices (93% annual growth). LTE, also known as Long Term-Evolution or 4G LTE, is a wireless technology that is able to offer download speeds up to 300Mbps or faster.

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Huawei appoints Ingram Micro as authorized distributor for mobile broadband & home devices

Huawei announced recently that it has appointed Ingram Micro as the newest authorized distributor across mobile broadband and home devices categories. Devices that will be distributed through Ingram Micro include the entire spectrum of low- to high-end home mobile broadband routers, Huawei 7” tablet MediaPad X1, and its wearable device, Huawei Talkband B1.

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360 LTE networks globally as of 2014, strong growth in LTE-Advanced & VoLTE deployments

360 operators have commercially launched LTE networks and service in 124 countries, according to latest data released by the Global mobile Suppliers Association (GSA). There are 373 million LTE subscriptions globally as of Q3 2014. In its Evolution to LTE report, GSA said that 96 LTE networks were launched in 2014.

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By 2018, More Than 50 Percent Users Will use a Tablet or Smartphone first to access the Internet

Mobile devices are increasingly becoming the first go-to device for communications and content consumption, according to research firm Gartner, Inc. In the emerging economies, users are adopting smartphones as their exclusive mobile devices while in developed economies, multi-device households are becoming the norm, with tablets growing at the fastest rate of any computing device. As such, Gartner predicts that, by ...

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Gartner believes Smart Garment has the greatest potential for growth going forward

Wearable electronic devices for fitness shipments are forecast to reach 68.1 million units in 2015, down from 70 million units in 2014, according to global research firm Gartner, Inc. This temporary dip in sales will be driven by an overlap in functionality between smart wristbands, other wearable fitness monitors and smartwatches. However, the market for smart wristbands and other fitness ...

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300 mobile operators have commercially launched LTE networks in 107 countries

To date, 300 mobile operators have commercially launched LTE networks in 107 countries, according to a data released by GSA (Global mobile Suppliers Association) in its latest LTE report. 35 LTE networks have launched so far in 2014. The total number of commercial 4G LTE networks is expected to exceed 350 before the end of this year.

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Frost & Sullivan predicts 3.7 billion smartphones, 700 million tablets & 520 million wearable health-related devices by 2025

Massive technology-led disruption across all industries is moving everyone and everything globally towards a state of ‘connected everything’ where into the 2020’s, tens of millions of people will be connected by trillions of things and applications as a result of connected industries, said Frost & Sullivan. Connected Living is defined as a world in which consumers use many different devices ...

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