Samsung sold over 21M smartphones and 1.4M tablets since 2010 in U.S.

The published stats on Samsung smartphone and tablet sales numbers from June 2010 to June 2012.Company sold 21.25 million smartphones between June 2010 and June 2012, generating revenue of about $7.5 billion. Among the top sellers was the Galaxy S II, which sold over 4.1 million units. As the biggest individual seller (not including the Galaxy S II) was the Epic 4G's revenue of $855… Read more

Olympic games coverage easier thanks to smart devices

Fast information and data exchange during a big sporting event is highly appreciated among journalist providing daily coverage of all matches, success and records.     All sports journalists want to get the best and fastest possible coverage and smartphones are exactly those devices making journalists jobs easier. They might appreciate having connectivity to databases as well as other co-workers. enprovia… Read more

Nokia Windows Phone 8 September release

Nokia seems to be all set to unveil their new Windows Phone 8 handsets in the first week of September during the Nokia World 2012 event.Based on the reports Nokia should represent an increasing competition for the Apple iPhone 5 while Nokia is expected to line up the handset close to the Windows 8 OS and Windows Phone 8 release.Microsoft representatives are expected to showcase consumer features in… Read more

Samsung Galaxy Note 2 to come in two versions

After Samsung Electronics released its flagship Galaxy S3 there are rumours popping up around the Galaxy Note 2. It was assumed that the phone-tablet hybrid will be launched this month, but it seems we would have to wait a bit more and the extra time should be worth it since the latest rumours indicate the South Korean company is going to release two versions.Samsung is reportedly launching two models… Read more

Mozilla Firefox OS nightly builds released for testing

Mozilla informed about the launch of its very own mobile operating system for smartphones, Firefox OS, earlier this year. Users can now get the nightly builds of the mobile Firefox OS from Mozilla's official website, however users can only try out the OS on their computer.The builds available from the Mozilla site offer an x86 compatible Boot2Gecko run time and it can be useful for Gaia developers.The… Read more

Most popular mDMS features

enprovia® mDMS business app provides its users with permanent access to data stored in DMS or ECM systems. It provides all necessary support for your teams' workflow and communication. Among the most popular mDMS features are: Federated search - providing precise search results within seconds Data upload - allowing you to upload images, text and voice data Notifications of changes - sending you an… Read more

OS X Mountain Lion system upgrade release

Apple's OS X Mountain Lion supports sharing data to social networks and features a notification panel similar to that found on many smartphones.Since the first update announcement the OS continues to introduce features to its desktop and laptop families that have already been implemented on its iPad and iPhone mobile devices, such as  upload and synchronise functionality or the introduction of the… Read more

iPad mini expected to debut after iPhone September launch

Apple Inc. is expected to release a slightly tweaked version of its existing iPad parallel to their 7-inch model after the sixth-generation iPhone launches in early September.Analysts assume Apple is set to debut a next-generation iPhone in early September and will follow up with a smaller 7-inch iPad model shortly after. However, iPhone unit shipments shouldn't see a massive bump during the launch… Read more

Samsung Galaxy S3 sales hits 10-million mark

Samsung's flagship smartphone Galaxy S3 with a quad core processor and a 4.8-inch Super AMOLED HD display has met the sales expectations. Galaxy S3 was expected to surpass 10 million sales figures by the end of July this year. The report of Korean news agency claimed that the company hit that milestone in less than two months after its official release in May. Head of Samsung's mobile division told… Read more

Easy-to-use ECM client for Mac users

Using ECM clients can sometimes become a bit confusing, especially when the program is not very intuitive and makes us think too much about how to use various features. Enprovia's ECM client for Apple Macintosh users named "BlueJet" is a native, east-to-use Mac OS X client that enables its users to manage their corporate data easier than ever before. For the best possible support BlueJet features easy… Read more