Upgrade includes support for SMS and voice-call features Device sells for RM1,299 in Malaysia
THREATS on the mobile platform are increasing in complexity and volume, security specialist Trend Micro Inc said in unveiling its Q1 2012 Asia Pacific security roundup report.
Smartphones are poised to surpass the overall global market for mobile phones, according to research firm Ovum, with Android set to rule the roost.
LOCAL start-up DMD Mobile Sdn Bhd launched in February a full-featured smartphone built on Google’s Android platform, targeted at pre-paid users and costing RM500 or less. The DMD Android Smartphone Communicator, also called the M3 Communicator, comes with a built-in Near Field Communications chip that would allow it to act as a contactless smartcard and electronic wallet, amongst other applications.