Security researcher who discovered the original Stagefright security bug finds new attack vectors, dubbed Stagefright 2.0, which can compromise even patched devices.
To BYOD or not to BYOD – that is the question that many CIOs are asking these days.
Apple has filed a U.S. patent application for a smart ring that uses voice, motion and touch input to control and interact with larger computing devices, reported Apple Insider.
SkyWest, operator of ExpressJet Airlines and SkyWest Airlines, has begun deploying Surface 3 tablets running Windows 10 to its 7,500 pilots, Microsoft announced on Thursday.
For a time, BYOD was all the rage. There wasn't an enterprise conference that didn't devote significant time to the topic. Yet recently, there have been indications that the BYOD trend is waning in the U.S.
Application developers are taking their sweet time developing apps for Apple Watch, and the jury's still out on what the incentives are for app makers who support the wearable, according to information released by research firm Strategy Analytics.
Trimble unveiled on Wednesday its Trimble FieldMaster Logs mobile app for fleet and field services organizations. Drivers log on to an in-cab tablet running the app and their duty status automatically updates so that information is always current.
Enterprise mobility and identity management firm Okta plans to hold an initial public offering in nine months.
Good Technology, soon to be merged with BlackBerry, took advantage of the media attention around the annual Boxworks conference to announce that it is extending the mobile content management capabilities of its Good Dynamics Secure Mobility Platform to cloud storage provider Box.
Google Tuesday announced a slew of Android mobile devices, including a powerful tablet that could find its way into the enterprise.
The latest version of Skype for Android includes better integration with Android Wear, Google's wearables platform.
More than two-thirds of North American field and fleet management personnel expect budget increases for mobility over the next five years, according to a survey by Zebra Technologies, a mobility products supplier.
Mobile engagement company Urban Airship today announced Connect – its new service that provides businesses with real-time customer data that in turn allows those businesses and their marketers to target customers with relevant offers.
Companies interested in promoting the use of unlicensed LTE spectrum for the Internet of Things and other mobile uses launched Monday a coalition called Evolve.
Fossil is giving folks a look at its Fossil Q line of connected wearables that was developed with chip giant Intel.
Apple promised but failed to deliver app "thinning" technology in iOS 9 designed to reduce the drain apps have on phones with smaller memories, such as the recently released 16GB iPhone 6s, reported Larry Loeb, a blogger with InformationWeek.
Microsoft is introducing new features this week for managing Windows 10 and iOS devices in the latest update to its Intune enterprise mobility management platform.
The Internet of Things will be a key technology for optimization of inventory management, observed John Santagate, research manager at IDC Manufacturing Insights.
Silent Circle is launching Monday its Blackphone 2 secure smartphone, with features designed to make it attractive for enterprise users.
After months of speculation, BlackBerry, the company that defined the market for secure mobile phones, confirmed that it will soon deliver a new phone that runs on the Android operating system.