Tablet shipments fell 10 percent year-over-year to 46.5 million units during the first quarter of 2016, the lowest level since the third quarter of 2012, according to the latest stats from market research firm Strategy Analytics.
Perusing the internet the other day, TechCrunch contributing journalist Haje Jan Kamps came across an Indiegogo campaign for a firefighting drone from MicroMultiCopters Aero Technology, or MMC. Looking through the campaign, Jan Kamps noticed something strange: What MMC was advertising wasn't physically possible.
It's true. Virtual reality used for gaming is a way sexier topic than enterprise augmented reality, as demonstrated by the countless gaming VR headlines scattered throughout every tech publication on the Internet. However, enterprise AR is the tech really bringing home the bacon, according to ABI Research.
Mobile 'pioneers' are reaping the benefits in terms of employee productivity and satisfaction, survey finds
Companies that are mobile "pioneers" have greater employee productivity, creativity, satisfaction and loyalty than firms that are mobile laggards, according to a poll of 1,865 employees by the Economist Intelligence Unit on behalf of HPE's wireless network unit Aruba.
Smartphone vendors shipped a total of 334.9 million smartphones worldwide in the first quarter of 2016, up slightly from the 334.3 million units shipped in the same quarter of 2015, marking the smallest year-over-year growth so far, according to the latest stats from market research firm IDC.
For the first time in 13 years Apple posted a decline in revenue – including a 16 percent drop in iPhone sales – and the vultures are circling.
Accellion, Microsoft, Egnyte, Syncplicity, IBM, BlackBerry and VMware are leaders in hybrid EFSS market, says Forrester
Accellion, Microsoft, Egnyte, Syncplicity, IBM, BlackBerry and VMware were named leaders in the market for hybrid enterprise file sync and sharing platform market, according to the latest Forrester Wave market report.
Enterprise wearables are most likely to be the cause of a data breach out of all Internet of Things devices connected to a workplace network, according to a group of 440 IT pros surveyed by IT networking company Spiceworks.
Apple could see iPhone shipments this year fall below 2014 levels, predicted Ming-Chi Kuo at KGI Securities.
Sirin Labs is diving head-first into the highly secure phone market. The company has plans to release a secure mobile device that will cost around $20,000, Android Headlines noted in an article.
Fueled by high levels of interest and market momentum, worldwide shipments of wearables for enterprise and industrial use are forecast by market research firm Tractica to increase from 2.3 million last year to 66.4 million units by 2021, or a cumulative total of 171.9 million wearables shipped between 2015 and 2021.
Swedish-Swiss industrial conglomerate ABB has unveiled its Ekip SmartVision, which combines the connectivity and sensing capabilities of ABB Emax 2 circuit breakers with a cloud platform to provide data for energy management, remote supervision and diagnostics services.
Microsoft released Monday its iOS version of the record-breaking Word Flow keyboard app to the U.S. App Store, including new features exclusively for Apple users.
For the first time, the Federal Aviation Administration has approved commercial operations of a drone at night.
Microsoft and Google have agree to drop regulatory complaints against each other, according to a statements submitted to Re/code on Friday.
Microsoft unveiled its latest Windows 10 Mobile Insider Preview Build this week, adding its Messaging Everywhere function that enables users to send and receive text messages on their phones directly from Windows 10 PCs.
Shipments of augmented reality hardware, which combines real-world and virtual images in the user's field of view, are forecast by market research firm IDC to ramp up over the next few years.
Apple has filed a patent application for a set of headphones that can be used both wired and wirelessly.
The European Commission has filed formal antitrust charges against Google for loading up its Android operating system with Google apps and other alleged anticompetitive actions.
Apple has settled a patent lawsuit related to its Siri digital assistant, agreeing to pay up $24.9 million to Dallas-based Dynamic Advances, which licenses the technology in dispute from Rensselear Polytechnic Institute.