Cellcrypt releases voice encryption update
Cellcrypt has released the Cellcrypt Mobile v4.0 that provides end-to-end voice encryption on Nokia smartphones and, for the first time, on a range of Windows Mobile devices. Cellcrypt Mobile 4.0 runs on standard mobile phones and uses VoIP to deliver secure phone calls with "unparalleled" voice quality, low voice delays (latency), global coverage and international call capability across 3G or GPRS mobile networks and Wi-Fi.
Guitar Hero Mobile launched in the US
Hands-On Mobile and Activision Publishing have released Guitar Hero World Tour Mobile for mobile phones which allows players to choose drums, in addition to the guitar, as a playable instrument within the game. Guitar Hero World Tour Mobile is available on major carriers in the US and will be debuting in January on Android, the platform built by Google and the Open Handset Alliance.
CSL support SCHSA service for elderly
The Senior Citizen Home Safety Association, in partnership with CSL, has launched the Mobile Link Service in Hong Kong. Through the use of the CSL mobile network, the service provides 24-hour connection with SCHSA's call center1 which, in turn, provides elderly users with round-the-clock support wherever they go.
M1's KidSAFE allow parents to control phone use
M1 has launched a new service called KidSAFE through a SIM card that allows parents to program up to 40 phone numbers that their children can make and receive calls or SMS messages from. Also, parents can have some control over the types of content that their children are viewing and downloading on their mobile phones, and since internet access is not available to KidSAFE users, it also eliminates exposure to another potential source of objectionable content.