So the question is “who will I trust to look after my mobile wallet?”
Amid the gala event that was HTC’s opening of its EMEA headquarters today, the company announced its EVO 3D smartphone – recently launched in the US – would be winging its way to Europe in August.
Last Tuesday, I presented some of the key findings from our recent report Mobile Data Offload & Onload at the Femtocells World Summit in London, which was well attended by delegates from all parts of the mobile industry including vendors and operators.
Over the past two days, vendors aplenty have been strutting their stuff at the 3rd Annual Cloud Computing World Forum.
The mGaming Summit held in London on Wednesday - see a précis of the event courtesy of the lovely Becky Liggero from Calvin Ayre here - provided some interesting food for thought, not merely on the mobile gambling industry, but also with regards to the direction of mobile content and services in general.
Today, mobile security is becoming as essential on your handheld as it is on your desktop or notebook computer.
Yesterday Juniper Research went to Dell’s Technology Camp 2011 in London, where we were given the chance to test drive the company’s products and chat with Dell employees involved in their design and promotion.
And then there were three. With Google and Amazon having declared their respective hands in the consumer cloud stakes, the attention had, naturally enough, turned to the other Big Beast to see what it could offer.