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17 Aug 2010
00:00
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Mobile Facebook gets privacy

Facebook users now have streamlined control of how one connects and shares on the networkingsite regardless of where they are, when they want to or what device they use. All of Facebook's privacy controls are now available from any browser-enabled mobile device.

DeviceAnywhere covers iPhone 4

DeviceAnywhere has added Apple’s iPhone 4 to its portfolio of devices accessible online via DeviceAnywhere Test Center. Customers of DeviceAnywhere now have access to the full array of Apple mobile products, including all four generations of iPhones and the iPad.

BOLT users get free apps via GetJar

GetJar has partnered with Bitstream to offer users of the latter’s BOLT mobile browser immediate access to GetJar’s entire library of more than 70,000 free mobile applications. Bitstream CEO Anna Magliocco-Chagnon said the two firms will split any revenue generated through the download of sponsored premium apps.

China Mobile launches converged multimedia apps

China Mobile has tapped Nokia Siemens Networks to implement its IMS Core platform, hiQ MMTel application server and Session Border Controller to introduce this converged communications experience. Nokia Siemens Networks will deploy the platform and the application for China Mobile’s enterprise customers in Beijing, Yunnan, Jiangxi, Xinjiang, Hunan and Fujian.

Saffron Digital, Widevine team up on connected TV

Saffron Digital is working with Widevine to extend its support for connected TV services that are adopting Widevine, and also to develop further its solutions for Apple and Android devices. Widevine’s adaptive streaming and digital rights management is expected to provide enhanced quality and reach to Saffron Digital video solutions.

Sonic, Widevine link up for mobile movies

Sonic Solutions and Widevine have teamed up to combine Widevine's digital rights management and adaptive streaming technologies with Sonic's RoxioNow entertainment platform. The expanded device support will help increase the reach of retail partner storefronts with efficient, secure, and optimized delivery of movies and other video content to smartphones.

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