Production of a second-generation iPad Mini with Retina display will be delayed until October due to screen yield issues, according to a research note by analyst Ming-Chi Kuo of KGI Securities that was obtained by AppleInsider.
The majority of enterprises have reported at least one mobile security incident within the past 12 months, according to a survey conducted by security firm Symantec.
Indian chief information officers will focus on enterprise mobility in the coming year, according to an annual survey of more than 180 CIOs conducted by Ernst & Young and India's CIO Klub.
Apple iOS-based smartphones and tablets are driving a higher share of web traffic than ever before, according to the State of Mobile Benchmark report released this week by Adobe.
The Wall Street Journal examined on Thursday the competing bids for Sprint Nextel: one from Japan's Softbank, which is offering $20.1 billion for 70 percent of Sprint, and another from United States satellite TV firm Dish Network, which is offering $25.5 billion for all of Sprint through a merger of the two firms.
BYOD could lead to lawsuits from employees over privacy and overtime pay, warned John Marshall, chief executive officer of mobile device management firm AirWatch.
In the 2013 first quarter, shipments of smartphones surpassed those of feature phones for the first time, according to research firm IDC.
Samsung is delaying the release of its KNOX enterprise security platform until the summer, according to a report by the New York Times citing sources familiar with the company's plans.
Apple maintained its lead in global branded tablet shipments, which grew 117 percent year-over-year in the first quarter of 2013 and reached 40.6 million units, according to the latest research from Strategy Analytics.
They're at it again. Mobile handset operators are slogging it out in the courtroom, instead of competing in the marketplace.
Oil and gas company Shell is launching a BYOD program involving 135,000 staff members, according to a report by v3.co.uk.
The proliferation of mobile devices in the enterprise was identified as the top technology trend that will have an impact on corporate competitiveness, according to a recent survey of 400 business and IT executives by IBM.
There's good news and bad news about Apple's recent earnings report. The good news: Apple beat Wall Street's expectations. The bad news, Wall Street wasn't expecting much.
Enterprise mobility was identified as a "game changer" for the 1,100 IT executives surveyed by enterprise communications provider CommScope last month. Close to half of respondents said that the widespread use of mobile technology in the enterprise is a game-changer for IT.
The mobile device client software market is expected to reach $2.9 billion by 2017, up from $964 million in 2012, according to the latest data from Infonetics Research.
Nokia succeeded this week in convincing an Amsterdam court to block STMicroelectronics from supplying HTC with the microphone used in its recently launched HTC One smartphone.
Sprint Nextel has formed a special committee of independent directors to examine Dish Network's offer to buy the United States wireless carrier for $25.5 billion.
Rumors are circulating that Tim Cook could be on his way out as head of Apple, as the firm prepares to release what Wall Street analysts are predicting will be disappointing financial results on Tuesday.
Mobile enterprise app demand contributed to a 3.3 percent year-over-year growth in the applications market in 2012, according to the latest stats from IDC.
Average tablet connections grew nearly 43 percent year-over-year in 2012 due to higher demand for mobility from businesses and consumers, better network connectivity and higher data demand, according to a survey of United States and Canadian carriers by PricewaterhouseCoopers.