Amazon Web Services is attempting to again court the enterprise crowd with a new document storage and sharing service called Zocalo. Primary tools include security and permission management, authentication, any-device access, versioning and annotation.
Check out the hottest mobile IT stories for Friday, July 11, including FTC complaints against Amazon for unauthorized in-app purchases by kids, how mobile site redirects are hurting e-retailers, Apple's CarPlay is to be installed in 24 million cars in 2019, VoLTE driving IMS deployments and the first chip shipment from TSMC to Apple.
Amazon is launching a number of cloud-based products that it hopes will enable to dominate the mobile backend as a service market.
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Check out the hottest mobile IT news for June 19, including Amazon's unveiling of its new smartphone, Apple investing in sapphire, a new mobile strategy for Chipotle, Boston Medical Center looks to mobility to help workflow and the top dogs in MEMS component suppliers.
Check out the hottest mobile IT news for June 18, including 50 percent of World Cup viewers doing so on mobile devices, Amazon's plan to unveil their smartphone today, BlackBerry's deal with Amazon's Appstore, Ringly's 'smart ring' release and the IoT's growth threatens to disrupt connected car market.
Check out the hottest mobile IT news for June 17, including Google's hand-selected partners for Glass, what the Amazon Appstore means for its new smartphone, why Apple needs to show the iPad some love, Samsung's tenuous reign as the top tablet vendor and smartphones as the driving force behind double-digit growth in smart connected devices.
Check out the hottest mobile IT news for June 5, including the not-so-secret launch of Amazon's smartphone, an app that helps you text other driver's based on their license plate, the alleviating transition to MIMO Wi-Fi, the top Canadian bank in mobile and the changing reign in the microwave gear market.
Italy's antitrust and competition authority is investigating Apple, Google, Amazon and French game developer Gameloft for unfair commercial practices regarding their "free" mobile games, which use in-app purchases to generate revenue.
The mobile gaming culture is fairly evenly split between men and women, but a new study finds there are definite differences in how the sexes approach the gaming experience.