Mobile technology is changing by the minute; sometimes you just can’t catch it all. Here’s what you might have missed this week:
- Apple is set to acquire Beats Music and Beats Electronics, and Wall Street is finally warming up to the purchase. Other exciting news is sure to come during Monday’s keynote at Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) next week. Things at Apple are starting to get interesting as rumors continue to swirl about what products the company has in its pipeline.
- What’s the future of government mobility? Find what Paul Brubaker, a former Department of Defense Director, thinks in this video interview about the continuing consumerization of government tech.
- Google has always taken an unconventional approach to solving problems, and the company’s plan to legalize driverless cars on their home streets was no different. Google revealed its first successful fully functioning prototype this week, sparking debate about whether the company is friend or foe to the auto industry. Either way, the future looks pretty awesome, despite the lack of flying cars.
- In AirWatch news, AirWatch Inbox has officially been released for Windows tablets. And you can learn more about Secure Content Locker Collaboration in this webinar follow-up Q&A.
- Smartphone growth is expected to reach a new high in 2014, IDC reports. Emerging markets such as India, Indonesia and Russia will drive the upward trend, according to the research firm.
- Yesterday, Intel made a strong play for to Android developers at AnDevCon in Boston with the introduction the new development platform INDE. Learn more about AnDevCon.
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