According to a Good Technology report, iOS devices – iPhones and iPads, hold the top three positions in the list of the top 10 enterprise activation by device type. The report includes data gathered by Good Technology for fourth quarter 2011. Good Technology is the leading provider of secure and managed enterprise mobility for iPhone, iPad, Android and other smartphone platforms. “This quarter, we saw Android smartphones gain in percentage of total activations,” said John Herrema, SVP of Corporate Strategy at Good Technology....

Google, the world’s search engine giant and Twitter, world’s largest micro-blogging website both are known pretty well in webosphere. But if we see from over the past few weeks the relation between the two soaring-up. The two have been fighting each other over the Google’s new social-search feature, “Search Plus Your World”. Chris Dixon on his blog ignited...

Nokia, world’s largest cellphone maker has been fined by Australian regulators on account of spamming its customers with text messages for its products and services alongside “tips” on how customers can best use their phones. The Finnish company has been fined A$55,000 ($58,000) The Australian Communications and Media Authority (ACMA) do not prohibit companies from using unsolicited text messages, but according to the Spam Act of 2003, those messages must be accompanied by a way to contact the company and unsubscribe. While the...

O2, British Telecommunication provider, accused of sharing customer phone numbers with every visited website. O2 appears to be sending customer’s numbers in HTTP header traffic. Twitter user @lewispeckover picked up the problem and created a simple website to show what’s happening. The site returns the information any website could poll from a user. The site clearly shows the the x-up-calling-line-id header is in full force when accessing the site via a mobile phone, but in actual O2 is sending out the information. The company says...

Google – we know as the search engine giant with its continuing aim to deliver content more effectively with quicker speed, the company has proposed a number of changes to Transmission Control Protocol (TCP). Google’s attempting to build a Web-accelerating technology it calls SPDY into the Internet. Google engineer Yuchung Cheng listed several proposals for speeding...

Cisco announced today a suite of Linksys HomePlug AV Powerline solutions – an offering that turns your electrical outlets into wired network connections and that too comes with speeds up to 200 Mbps. The HomePlug AV Powerline bring streaming video, gaming, and other data-intensive applications to computers, tablets, consoles, televisions and other Ethernet-enabled...

Xbox 720 or Xbox Loop – whichever name do the Microsoft ends up in calling it as, the chipset of the next generation Xbox console has been in the production since from last month and will probably be out by 2013 fall. The report from Fudzilla claims that, “the power behind the next Xbox will be a PowerPC CPU that is married to an ATI Southern Islands GPU, or...

Google starting from today offering its service “Google Offers” in five additional cities – Charlotte, Kansas City, Milwaukee, San Antonio and Tampa. Google Offers was first launched in Portland offering national deals. Google Offers is services that allow you to discover, buy and redeem great deals with your Android phone. You can find variety of discounts...

WikiLeaks announced this week that Julian Assange will be hosting a series of in-depth conversation with key political leaders, thinkers and revolutionaries from around the world. The series is tagged with the theme – the world tomorrow. Assange, is one of the World’s most recognizable revolutionary figures is considering the stages as the subject of an ongoing Grand Jury investigation in the United States for over 500 days as of now. WikiLeaks, which is considered as the world’s boldest publisher, has been at the front line of...

Facebook, the world’s largest social networking website, facing a three-day suspension of trading on secondary market this week, Bloomberg reported. The company which is heading towards its giant Initial public offering of $100 billion – that is due for late may. Transactions won’t be processed by Facebook’s attorneys at Fenwick and West LLC – starting from today till January 27. The social networking site is facing a three-day suspension of trading on secondary markets this week. “Facebook and companies who do this don’t...