Enterprise mobility management firm Good Technology launched on Monday a version of its Good Work secure enterprise email and collaboration app for the Apple Watch.
Startup Smart Vision Labs has raised $6.1 million to fund development of a device that attaches to an iPhone and enables doctors to perform mobile eye exams.
Engine and equipment manufacturer Cummins announced the release of an Android version of its QuickServe Online, or QSOL, products app that enables users the ability to view the company's part options, access a parts catalog, look up engine dataplate information and run a part fault code analyzer.
Trimble, a provider of GPS and navigation devices, has added an app to its FieldMaster mobile suite, which enables managers to have visibility into their fleet and mobile workers from their mobile device while on the go.
One of those firms moving ahead with BYOD is Wells Fargo. To enable secure communications between its advisers and clients, Wells Fargo has developed a secure mobile app for their advisers' personal tablets.
Business travelers are often frustrated in their efforts to get reliable Wi-Fi service in airports and hotels. Microsoft appears to be working to eliminate those Wi-Fi service hassles with a service called Microsoft Wi-Fi, according to various reports.
Many of us remember the annoying Windows "Clippy" assistant. Well, the latest app from Microsoft resembles Clippy in name only. Microsoft's OneClip app synchronizes a user's clipboard across iOS, Android, Windows Phone and Windows PC, reported The Next Web.
Authy, a startup acquired by Twilio, released on Tuesday a two-factor authentication product for mobile apps and websites that sends a push notification to the user's smartphone or Apple Watch and asks the user to confirm that they want to sign into the app or site that sent the notification.
Immediately, a startup developing a mobile app alternative to customer relationship management for salespeople, has raised $2 million in funding, reported TechCrunch.
Droplr, the mobile app used for sharing creative materials by the likes of Nike, Pixar and Airbnb, announced it would adopt a freemium model that lets potential users test out the program without paying.