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RIM to offer security features on iPhone, Androids

BlackBerry maker Research In Motion is seeking to cash in as companies switch to rival smartphones with a new tool that offers some of

its important security features for sexier devices like the iPhone.

The company said on Tuesday that it will launch its new Mobile Fusion device management software in the first quarter, allowing

corporate IT staff to set and monitor rules for passwords, apps and software on a range of devices, including Apple's iPad and iPhone,

and smartphones using Google's Android operating system.

A company can remotely lock or wipe a lost or stolen device, a key selling point for security-conscious corporations who may have been

wary of shifting away from the BlackBerry.

"What our enterprise customers are looking for, and the opportunity for us, is to become the de facto platform," RIM's vice-president

for enterprise product management, Alan Panezic, told Reuters in an interview ahead of the announcement.

"We will take full advantage of whatever security capabilities are provided by the core operating system. We're not going to hold that

back in any way, shape or form."

RIM's BlackBerry was for years the preferred device for businesses and government agencies, who treasured its encrypted data and

distributed the device to millions of workers needing secure, round-the-clock email access.

But many workers now prefer using their own Apple and Android-powered devices to access corporate emails, raising security questions for

corporations that RIM hopes to address with the new software.

Mobile Fusion will sit next to existing BlackBerry Enterprise Servers (BES) behind corporate firewalls.

Panezic said the software will manage RIM's PlayBook independently from a BlackBerry after the tablet - which has yet to gain traction

with either business or consumer clients - receives a long-awaiting software upgrade, due in February.

He declined to give any pricing details for the Fusion service, but said it would be "competitive" with rivals.

"It will help stem the tide of those companies that may have considered eliminating their BES but it won't help sell more phones," said

Gartner analyst Phillip Redman. "That's what they really need to do."

The new software follows on from RIM's May acquisition of device management company Ubitexx, which RIM announced in May.

Smaller companies such as Good Technology, MobileIron and BoxTone already offer device management as companies fret about leakage of

sensitive commercial information.

"This will definitely rattle some cages" among smaller companies, filling a niche by securing and managing iPhones and other non-

BlackBerry devices for corporations, Forrester analyst Christian Kane said.

Panezic said customers had requested a solution to handle Apple and Android devices, but RIM would consider adding support for other

systems, such as Microsoft's Windows Phone, if there was enough demand.

RIM shares closed 3 percent higher at $16.48 on Nasdaq on Monday. They have fallen more than 70 percent this year.
Taiwan market: 3D TV penetration rate to reach 14-15% in 2012

Chimei, BenQ and other vendors are expected to launch more 3D TV models in the Taiwan market in 2012 with the penetration rate of 3D TVs

in the local TV market to reach 14-15% in the year compared to 3-4% in 2010 and 7-8% in 2011, according to industry sources.

To capitalize on year-end demand, Chimei has recently launched a series of 3D LED TVs with sizes ranging from 42-, 46- and 55-inch,

emphasizing its active 3D or 2D-to-3D conversion technologies.

Sony recently lowered prices for its mainstream 40-inch 3D models to maintain its leadership in the local market, of which the Japan-

based vendor is expected to capture a 20% share by year-end 2011, the sources estimated.

BenQ has released 46- and 55-inch 3D TVs in China and plans to also introduce these two models into the Taiwan market in the first

quarter of 2012.

Meanwhile, the penetration rate of LED TVs in the local market is expected to top 45% by the fourth quarter of 2012 before reaching 50%

in the first half of 2012 and 60% by the end of the year, said the sources.
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