As more and more enterprise development teams build their own mobile apps, the demand for mobile application development platform vendors is growing.
Location-based sensor fusion technology for smartphones represents a "huge potential" for mobile advertising and retail, judges ABI Research.
Despite growing security concern about BYOD, employers have more lenient mboile security policies for employee-owned devices than for corporate-owned devices, according to a study of two million mobile devices by mobile device management firm Fiberlink.
Quick takes on mobile IT news for Thursday, 11/14 including: Qualcomm's new $10 million prize offering to researchers who create a device that can diagnose 15 diseases, the lack of funding to BYOD programs and research, Global M2M Association expanding horizons, the KNOX partner program launched by Samsung and the use of mobile devices for holiday shopping this season.
A new study on BYOD practices finds that mobile devices are so common in the workplace that a majority of employees believe they will replace the company-sponsored phone within five years.
The mobile business intelligence products are beginning to take hold in the enterprise, according to a new report by Forrester Research.
Two key mobile device components--semiconductors and touch panel displays--are forecast by TechNavio to experience healthy growth rates over the next few years.
Things are heating up in the high-tech M&A market, driven by the move to mobility by enterprises and consumers. IBM just inked a deal to buy Fiberlink. Expect more mobility mega-deals in the near future.
Quick takes on mobile IT news for Wednesday, 11/13 including: China's Keen Team breaching iPhone security, a far more intelligent smartphone than the user in the coming years, an increasing correlation between mobile device usage and DPI, China's telematics market and the fate of smartglasses.
A full 95 percent of IT pros are concerned about the security of corporate apps accessed through mobile devices, according to a survey by Lawless Research on behalf of cloud-based identity and access management vendor Symplified.
Apple's smartphone OS market share declined again in the third quarter, while Android and Windows Phone grabbed more market share, according to the latest stats from IDC.
The BYOD trend gaining traction across enterprises isn't a strategy and it certainly isn't something chief information officers should sign off on, warns an IT security mogul.
To address the growing need for qualified mobile IT professionals, IT trade association CompTIA announced a new CompTIA Mobility+ certification program to verify IT professionals have the skills they need to keep pace with mobile market advances.
Quick takes on mobile IT news for Tuesday, 11/12 including: the increase of enterprise-relevant apps in app stores, Apple's Maps victory over Google, a second chance for Nokia by way of HERE, the real truth behind Heins resignation at BlackBerry and the area of the world most economically affected by mobile industry.
Australia's mobile advertising market is forecast by Frost & Sullivan to increase at a 39 percent compound annual growth rate, reaching $682 million in 2018.
Although enterprises utilize a variety of security techniques, such as compartmentalizing trusted apps and containerizing sensitive data to create sterile enterprise mobile environments, attackers are finding success infiltrating the most mundane mobile activities.
Quick takes on mobile IT news for Monday, 11/11 including: Connected device predictions by 2020, U.S. adult opinions on wearable tech devices, the inventor of Apple's Siri has a new project for Samsung, Leap's downfall and China Mobile's astounding profit.
The top advertisers in the U.S. computer and consumer electronics industry are focusing their spending on big-budget ad campaigns for tablets, smartphones and other "smart" devices, according to the latest stats from eMarketer.
Global mobile broadband subscriptions are forecast to exceed two billion in 2013 and eight billion by 2019, according to the latest edition of the Ericsson Mobility Report.
The mobile machine-to-machine module market jumped 10 percent sequentially in the first half of 2013, reaching $849 million, according to the latest stats from Infonetics Research.