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NEW YORK, Dec. 26, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Reportlinker.com announces that a new market research report is available in its catalogue: India Media and Entertainment Industry 2013 http://www.reportlinker.com/p01593381/India-Media-and-Entertainment-Industry-2013.html#utm_source=prnewswire&utm_medium=pr&utm_campaign=Leisure This is the most in-depth report on the Indian Media and Entertainment Industry currently available prepared by a combination of International and Indian researchers who know the market inside and out. If you're a media owner looking to enter the Indian market or need to keep abreast of key changes and developments, this is the report you need to keep you up-to-date in this fast moving, rapidly growing market. This Report dives the Indian macro economy, and provides a thorough overview of the media landscape in India. The report outlines who the important ... (more)

Mobility News Weekly – Week of June 23, 2014

The Mobility News Weekly is an online newsletter made up of the most interesting news and articles related to enterprise mobility that I run across each week.  I am specifically targeting information that reflects market data and trends. Also read Connected Globe News Weekly Also read Field Mobility News Weekly Also read Mobile Commerce News Weekly Also read Mobile Cyber Security News Weekly Also read Mobile Health News Weekly Looking for an enterprise mobility solution?  Read the Mobile Solution Directory Here! Suppliers in China are about to start work on two new iPhones, according to an article from Bloomberg. The phones will have display screens 4.7 inches and 5.5 inches across, when measured diagonally – a major leap from the 4-inch displays on the iPhone 5S and 5C.  Read Original Content MobileSmith announced that it has signed an agreement with the Naval Air System... (more)

IPad: Changing the Future of Computing

On paper, there is nothing particularly special about the Apple iPad, which is scheduled to arrive in retail stores Saturday. Its performance and size are good but not revolutionary. By Apple’s own admission, it’s similar to a netbook — a downsized laptop whose purpose is to run browser-based or other light applications. Because it’s Apple, the iPad will be more compact, user friendly, stylish and come with a salty price tag. But here’s why the iPad is important: It’s the next step in human-computer interaction. Increasingly, we are lost without access to a computer and the Internet. We install fewer applications from a disc, spend more computing time in a browser and connected to the Internet, and we’re storing more of our important data in the cloud. A smart phone just doesn’t cut it for many tasks. The screen is too small, the processor too underpowered and the ... (more)

Today iPad is the Only Whore in Town

Yesterday, Apple introduced new features of iPhone OS 4. Nice. Really? Should we embrace the platform and, for a lousy $99, become a developer for this API? Those people who bothered to go through the application process noticed the difference in a clause 3.3.1, which in the past was just merely stating “Applications may only use Documented APIs in the manner prescribed by Apple and must not use or call any private APIs.”, the new version (the beta of iPhone OS 4.0) has the following interesting fragment: “Applications must be originally written in Objective-C, C, C++, or JavaScript as executed by the iPhone OS WebKit engine, and only code written in C, C++, and Objective-C may compile and directly link against the Documented APIs (e.g., Applications that link to Documented APIs through an intermediary translation or compatibility layer or tool are prohibited).” First... (more)

Sybase's Take on iPhone OS 4.0

Everyone has known for a while that Apple would soon be coming out with an update to the iPhone OS. We knew it would have some great enhancements for enterprise use, but, since Apple is great at keep secrets, everyone has been waiting with baited breath to see what those enhancements would be. Finally, on April 8th, iPhone OS 4 was publicly announced. In fact, Sybase was mentioned in Steve Jobs’ keynote message when he discussed device management for enterprises. You can watch the iPhone 4 keynote (we are mentioned around the 40 minute mark). As expected, iPhone OS 4 introduces a number of enterprise focused enhancements for the iPhone platform. Multitasking, enhanced security, new device management capabilities, and improved enterprise integration are some key improvement areas. We are pleased that Apple has taken the next step to enable vendors like Sybase to dev... (more)

Obama Endorses the Value of U.S. Social Technologies

"We are the nation that put cars in driveways and computers in offices; the nation of Edison and the Wright brothers; of Google and Facebook. In America, innovation doesn’t just change our lives. It’s how we make a living." With this one sentence, spoken Tuesday during his State of the Union address, President Barack Obama ushered in once and for all the Age of Sociotechnology, the age that recognizes the importance of the interaction between people and technology in both workplaces and society. Obama recognizes perhaps better than anyone in America the extent to which technology nowadays is socially constructed and society is technically constructed. "We are the nation...of Google and Facebook" - those eight words may well go on to become the most significant President Obama has ever uttered to date. For better or for worse, it would seem that the destiny of the U.S.... (more)

PriceGrabber Releases iPad 2 and Tablet Computer U.S. and UK Survey Data

LOS ANGELES and LONDON, March 17, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- The launch of iPad 2 and all its new features has the consumer electronics world buzzing with excitement and anticipation. PriceGrabber(R), a part of Experian, has released the results of its U.S. and UK tablet computer surveys, which explore consumer sentiments regarding iPad 2 and the future of tablet computers. These surveys were conducted prior to Apple's official iPad 2 announcement (United States: Feb. 16 to March 1, 8,794 online respondents; United Kingdom: Feb. 9 to March 1, 1,854 online respondents). More UK consumers plan to purchase iPad 2 within one month of its release Before Apple confirmed the new features of its iPad 2, PriceGrabber asked its shoppers if they anticipate being early adopters of the iPad 2 technology. While the number of first-year adopters is very similar in the United States and... (more)

Enterprise Mobility Growing Fastest in Asia

Welcome to Enterprise Mobility Asia News Weekly, an online newsletter that consists of the most interesting news and articles related to enterprise mobility in Asia.  Asia is predicted to be the fastest area of growth for enterprise mobility between now and 2016. M2M industry executive Derick Tsang will bring his knowledge of M2M and telecommunications to the Asia Pacific region for Telit Wireless Solutions.  The company has created a new “president of the Asia Pacific region” position for Tsang, and he will be responsible for South Korea, China, India, Southeast Asia, Taiwan and Australia.  He will also establish Telit sales outreach in Japan. Read Original Content Chinese search engine provider Baidu will take advantage of the booming mobile and smartphone market in China and focus on mobile in 2012.  In Q4 2011 China became the largest mobile market in the world. R... (more)

Samsung Files New Suit Against Apple

Hours before Apple introduced its new third-generation iPad Wednesday Samsung said it filed a new suit in South Korea charging the iPhone 4S and iPad 2 with trifling with three of its patents. Samsung told the Korea Times there would be "no compromise" with its single largest customer. That was after the Wall Street Journal reported Tuesday that Apple had offered Samsung a license for $5-$15 a device (more of this anon). And to kinda prove Samsung's point, the Korea Times said that Samsung has upped the budget for its worldwide court battle with Apple from $200 million to $260 million. Anyway, Reuters says the new charges relate to the way data is displayed, the user interface and short text messages. The so-called utility IP involved is not standards-essential so Samsung is taking a different tack perhaps persuaded by the fact that the European Commission is inve... (more)

OpenXava 4.4: Rapid Development of Web Business Applications for iPad

OpenXava is a framework for Rapid Development of Web Applications for iPad, well-suited for business and database oriented applications. OpenXava allows you develop applications just by writing simple domain classes with Java or Groovy. The user interface is generated automatically in runtime, without code generation. Learn more about iPad support in OpenXava. OpenXava 4.4 has some new interesting features such as: Totals, row count and add action in the collection frame when the collection is folded. The frames are folded using a slide effect. It's possible to filter by range in list and collections. Support for Java 7. And some other useful new features and bug fixes. Totals, row count and add action in collection frame If you have a collection like the next one: When the user folds the collection frame the result is: In this way you can put several collections in the... (more)

Apple CEO Meets with One of China’s Top Dogs

Apple CEO Tim Cook is in China, the company's second-largest market, meeting with unnamed government officials as well as Vice-Premier Li Keqiang, who may be running the country next year. The Chinese said they chatted about IP issues and greater cooperation. Seems China wants to enhance its "innovation capacity," nurture and develop "emerging strategic industries" and speed up "the building an innovative country." Bloomberg says Apple in the last couple of days has been talking about "greater investment" in the country. The news service imagines that might mean catching up with its retail store plans. Apple's behind its own forecast. It's got two stores in Beijing, three in Shanghai and one in Hong Kong. It should have 25 according to a two-year-old plan. It could reportedly support 100. It's speculated Cook may want to own manufacturing or put research facilitie... (more)