Research In Motion said that its BlackBerry App World store now has more than 10,000 products available, indicating strong momentum for the store, which is now available in 65 markets with support for six languages.
Leapfactor, a US-based enterprise mobility company, launched a cloud/app hybrid solution intended to enable enterprises to mobilise any business application using consumer-like apps.
The Mobile Entertainment Forum and Research In Motion talked-up the potential of apps using “smart enablers” in a Telefonica-backed web seminar this week, highlighting the potential to create applications that use intelligence from a number of sources to create products that deliver a more compelling experience to end users.
UK fixed-line incumbent BT has launched a new mobile app that will allow its broadband customers to automatically connect their smartphones to the firm’s nationwide Wi-Fi network. The ‘BT FON’ app is available to customers that own an iPhone or Android phone and is downloadable free of charge via the respective app stores, Apple’s App Store or Google’s Android Market.
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