A couple of weeks back we heard that T-Mobile would soon be adding a new phablet to its lineup. The device is reportedly manufactured by China-based ZTE and it is said to carry the “Olympia” codename. Just yesterday we saw an allegedly leaked picture of the ZTE phablet. Today purported specifications of the phablet have been leaked online. It appears that the Olympia is going to be a mid-range device on T-Mobile’s network.
At Google I/O 2014 the company unveiled Android L, the next major update for its mobile platform. At the event Google announced that it will be incorporating parts of Samsung’s Knox enterprise security suite to improve the security of the Android platform. The end game here is to make it easier for organizations to allow employees to bring their own Android devices to work and use them on corporate networks, thus eliminating the need to carry separate devices for work and personal content. Google has now explained some of the improvements that are possible due to Knox integration.