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April 9th 2014. Open Mobile Media is hosting complimentary webinar – “Are Enterprise Apps Worth the Dirty Work?”, on April 30th [2014] from 10am -11am PST. It will feature interactive marketing and mobile enterprise experts from Fortune 500′s sharing their experiences and advice on building apps for the enterprise. Continue reading

Pieter_Streicher Guest Post: Text messaging – it’s so last century

by Pieter Streicher, md with BulkSMS.com

What’s the hot new messaging app that all the kids are using? Can WhatsApp keep its credibility after its multi-billion dollar acquisition by Facebook? Has Snapchat reached its popularity peak? What’s the buzz on Telegram? If you’re over the age of twenty-five, you can be forgiven for feeling lost and adrift on a sea of instant messaging platforms. With so many competing services to choose from – each with their own functionalities, communities, etiquettes and more – how can businesses choose the right messaging platform for their needs? Continue reading

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[ April 30, 2014; 10:00 am to 11:00 am. ] Oranisers: Open Mobile Media
Location: on the web
Time: 10:00 AM – 11:00 AM PDT (see web site for local time zone)
Web: www.openmobilemedia.com/mobile-enterprise/webinar.php

Register (for free) here

The number of large enterprises launching their own mobile app stores is on pace to grow at double-digit rates through 2018. But with the high-cost of developing in-house, it is important to know how to make bespoke app deliver ROI to the enterprise’s business processes. Continue reading

Wireless_charging Wireless Charging 2014

[ June 24, 2014 8:00 am to June 25, 2014 6:00 pm. ] Organisers: Informa
Venue: RAI
Location: Amsterdam, Netherlands
Web: www.wirelesschargingevent.com

Register: here

The Wireless Charging conference will showcase the latest deployments in wireless charging technologies from around the world. The industry is set to go through a period of exponential growth over the next 18 months and there will be no better place to see these concepts come to life. Continue reading

LTE_World_Summit LTE World Summit 2014

[ June 23, 2014 9:00 am to June 25, 2014 6:00 pm. ] Organisers: Informa
Venue: RAI
Location: Amsterdam, Netherlands
Web: www..lteconference.com/

Register: here

Now ten years old, the world’s leading 4G event -the LTE World Summit returns to Amsterdam. The event will bring together over 3,500 attendees, 150 exhibitors and 300 speakers. Continue reading

remove personal data from your curve Hardware clinic: Expunging personal data from a BlackBerry is easy

Vital if you want to sell your old Curve

Having acquired a BlackBerry BB10 device in the form of a keypad-sporting Q5, GoMo News decided to recycle its old BlackBerry Curve 9320. The obvious thing to do was to go onto a handset recycling comparison web site and see which company was prepared to pay the most for the device. However, we then remembered writing this story  … Personal data found on UK second-hand handsets by Channel 4. In it we reported that High Street handset recyclers such as Cash Converters and CEX had been selling second-hand mobile devices without fully removing the data of the previous owner. Not wishing to fall victim to this mistake ourselves, we decided to wipe the personal data ourselves. And discovered just how easy it is to do with a BlackBerry compared to other devices such as Android and iOS based handsets. Continue reading

lay exchanged whatsapps with hamid More proof mobile phone records could help find MH370

Sensational revelations from co-pilot’s call records

There have been some sensational revelations in The New Straits Times that Malaysian investigators have managed to get hold of the call records for the co-pilot of the missing Malaysian Airlines flight – MH370. As GoMo News suggested in ‘Mobile phones might provide clue to missing flight MH370 ‘ and in ‘ China Mobile able to throw light on missing MH370 – maybe‘, records from the mobile handsets of those on board the plane could help with the direction the aircraft took after diverting from its intended flight path. And provide clues as to what happened – especially if any of the 12 crew and 227 passengers managed to send a text message. Continue reading

Hardware clinic: How to force Windows 8.1 to recognise your iPhone

Time consuming & frustrating process. Check your USB cable too

It may have something to do with the long rivalry between Apple and Microsoft (although Microsoft once saved Apple and bailed it out), but here at GoMo Towers we couldn’t believe how difficult it was for one reader to connect her iPhone to her nearly new laptop PC. The laptop was running Microsoft’s latest OS – Windows 8.1 and the software vendor isn’t doing itself any favours if it wants to persuade existing Windows XP users to migrate to its latest software. Because the whole process was time consuming & frustrating. We eventually fixed the problem but it took hours. Continue reading

Skype on the Nokia XL Nokia’s bet on Android smartphones is working with Nokia X in India

by our Indian correspondent, Asif Shaik

Many were sceptical about the success of Nokia X series of Android smartphones when they were officially announced because those devices don’t use Google’s version of Android. They use AOSP [Android Open Special Project] instead. According to internal rumours, even Microsoft was trying to put an end on Nokia’s Android plans. Nokia X might also be the reason for Microsoft’s hurried acquisition of Nokia. Continue reading