Check out the hottest mobile IT news for Oct. 2, including the expected spend on mobile ads in the future, a free-to-use OS for the Internet of Things, a new offer from Groupon, a different kind of app from LinkedIn and what AT&T has done to surpass in the mobile wars.
It hasn't even been released yet, but Windows 10 is already being hailed by some as the BYOD Windows.
For Apple Pay and other mobile payments products, the task is to overcome consumer reluctance to use mobile payments because of security concerns.
Tablets remain the strongest segment of the rugged device market, according to the latest stats from VDC Research.
I find CTIA's argument that wireless faces unique challenges that preclude equal treatment under the net neutrality rules unconvincing. As I've argued in this column before, it is reasonable to treat wireless and wireless carriers the same when it comes to net neutrality rules. Fair treatment is fair treatment, regardless of technology. --Fred
Check out the hottest mobile IT news for Oct. 1, including the newest iPhone 6 bug, the latest in telematics and fleet management, a team-up between Intel and Mitsubishi, the battle for third place in the tablet market and a bold numbering strategy for Microsoft's newest OS.
5 hot new business apps: Microsoft changes name of Bing apps; 1Password could be data security game changer; more
Five hot new business apps for Oct. 1.
Here are some things lacking common sense that employees do with their devices and data that increase risks at their companies.
The financial services industry is forecast by Frost & Sullivan to invest €87 billion ($110 billion) in payment technology by 2017, much of that going to mobile payments technology.
Check out the hottest mobile IT news for Sept. 30, including a need for budgeting on mobility by SMBs, the event startup that just received $1.5 million, China OKs the sale of the new iPhone, the ongoing tablet war and what chip maker just passed Qualcomm for second in tablet app processors.
It's beginning to look a lot like m-Christmas, so mobile messaging and digital marketing firm OtherLevels is offering up some advice on how retailers can take full advantge of mobile commerce this holiday season.
Employees that bring their own devices to work are not taking basic steps to secure their devices and data, concludes a survey of more than 1,000 users by security firm Bitdefender.
Every day 24,800 patients have their protected medical records exposed, according to stats from the Department of Health and Human Services. With that type of threat lurking, and the popularity of mobile devices rising, HealthITSecurity offers several tips medical professionals can follow to secure their patients' sensitive data.
News Scan: Smartphone encryption aids criminals, says FBI chief; Apple says it's iOS 8 or bust; more
Check out the hottest mobile IT stories for Sept. 29, including the latest criticism by the FBI head over default smartphone encryption, iOS as the only game in town, a service expansion for startup SimilarWeb, another ad platform update from Facebook and Subway's new mobile campaign.
Mobile technology is a vital tool for enterprises, but it opens them up to threats such as mobile malware, lost or stolen devices and hackers, notes an infographic by CDW and Intel's McAfee.
A full 81 percent of consumers research products using their mobile devices prior to going to the store, according to research from audience research firm NinthDecimal.
The explosion in mobile data traffic is fueling the market for Wi-Fi test equipment, which Frost & Sullivan forecasts will top $1 billion in 2020, up from $529 million last year.
Check out the hottest mobile IT news for Sept. 26, including Apple pushing iOS 8.0.2 ASAP, Intel stacking their chips with an investment over one billion, 3-D construction apps that are catching on, the red tape holding autonomous vehicles back and the future of cars with V2X communications.
Microsoft is improving the audio quality for mobile users of its Skype VoIP software, a popular low-cost communication option for small businesses and business travelers.
A new mobile app from startup Spruce Health will enable smartphone users to connect with a board-certified physician for remote diagnosis and treatment options.