Mobile Minutes: Net activity, HTC, Sprint and T-Mobile, Happtique
By Staff reports
December 17, 2013
Net activity shifts as smartphones become the norm
Smartphone and tablet usage continues to drive an increase in mobile Net usages – and a decline in Web activity, per USA Today.
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Struggling smartphone maker HTC names CFO as head of sales
Taiwanese smartphone maker HTC Corp has named current CFO Chialin Chang as global head of sales, according to a statement released by the company on Monday, Reuters reports.
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Sprint and T-Mobile vs. the magic number four
It has been said that three is a magic number, but U.S. regulators seems to think it takes four carriers to make a competitive wireless marketplace. That’s the math that Sprint is going to run into if it goes forward with a bid for T-Mobile, which the Wall Street Journal recently reported the company to be considering, according to Bloomberg.
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Happtique suspends mobile health app certification program
Happtique, subsidiary of the Greater New York Hospital Association’s for-profit arm GNYHA Ventures, has suspended its mobile health app certification program after the CEO of a health IT firm posted a blog post exposing security issues with two apps Happtique had certified as secure. Harold Smith III, CEO of Monkton Health, posted the findings on his personal blog, according to a report over at MedCity News, per MobiHealth News.
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