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Mobility News Weekly – Week of March 9, 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.

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Apple has released its latest mobile operating system update, iOS 7.1. The major upgrade packs in an assortment of bug fixes, improvements, new features and some subtle changes to the overall interface.  Read Original Content

HTC Corp. is still losing ground to larger rivals in the United States amid a product transition period, according to comScore Inc.  HTC's share of the U.S. smartphone market was 5.4 percent in the three months ending in January, down 1.3 percentage points from August to October 2013.  Read Original Content

The Apple iPhone controlled 41 percent of the market and retained the top spot for hardware sales, but the Google Android operating system is number one with 51.7 percent through January 2014, according to analytics specialist comScore.  Read Original Content

Catavolt is the most secure way to rapidly build mobile apps that work with all enterprise systems and all mobile devices. IT departments rest easy with Catavolt’s industry-leading “No Data at Rest” security platform, and a no-coding app creation approach that efficiently addresses the backlog of business requests for mobile apps. Business users receive apps that are custom-tailored to their business process, and a high-performance, native user experience that fully utilizes the devices they carry today. This newsletter is sponsored in part by Catavolt.

The mobile device management market in Australia is booming, with a growing number of employees using their own apps for work purposes and embracing the bring your own device trend, according to new Telsyte figures.  Read Original Content

The BlackBerry Enterprise Service 10 is now Australia's most widely used mobile device management system, with one in five businesses of 20 employees or more using BlackBerry, according to Telsyte.  Read Original Content
There has been a tectonic shift in the smartphone industry away from the U.S. and Europe.  This year will complete that shift.  Asian and Latin American countries will account for half of the top ten smartphone markets globally, according it BI Intelligence.  Read Original Content

According to new data from Forward Concepts, smartphone consumption reached 51 percent of the cellphone market (800 million units) in 2013.  Read Original Content

Facebook Paper, a mobile news platform, is reportedly struggling in the market, in marked contrast to rosy growth expectations. To make up for its poor performance, Facebook began reorganizing the app to target the global market, as shown by its recent effort to add a new function that supports multiple language input.  Read Original Content

Britain and Germany will team up to work on developing the next super-fast mobile network, 5G, Prime Minister David Cameron told the opening of the world's biggest high-tech fair.  Read Original Content

Apple’s iPhone 5 was the most commonly used smartphone in the UAE and 51 percent of the handsets registered on the UAE’s networks were smartphones, according to the Telecommunications Regulatory Authority report.  Read Original Content

A new Kantar Worldpanel report substantiates Android's place at the top as it turns out Android crushed iOS during the last month of 2013 in Latin America. Android smartphones accounted for 84 percent of smartphones sold in Latin America during December 2013. Read Original Content

A new study reveals Apple is still the most coveted brand in emerging markets, even though not all potential customers can afford its products and end up using Android devices “because of their accessibility,” Fortune reveals.  Read Original Content

The global smartphone applications processor market registered 41 percent year-on-year to reach $18 billion in 2013, based on preliminary estimates from the Strategy Analytics.  Read Original Content

LG Electronics Inc. saw its revenue from smartphone sales reach US$11.07 billion last year, Strategy Analytics data showed, further distancing itself from smaller tech players around the globe.  Read Original Content

IBM announced it has completed the acquisition of Cloudant, Inc., a privately held database-as-a-service provider that enables developers to easily and quickly create next generation mobile and web apps.  Read Original Content

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