Caterpillar, an industrial equipment maker, has unveiled a new smartphone designed for the rigors of industrial users in North America.
BYOD employees are gaining an average of 37 minutes of productive time per week, and BYOD implementation generates $350 of value each year per mobile employee, according to a recent report by Cisco.
Close to a quarter of IT decision makers reported that their on-premise PBX phone systems are not flexible enough to meet the needs of mobile and remote workers, according to a survey of 308 IT professionals by Dimensional Research on behalf of RingCentral.
Mobile video collaboration in the enterprise is a result of the growing BYOD trend, according to a new report by Strategy Analytics.
Apple this week was granted a patent for push-to-talk technology, a stable of communications on constructions sites, taxi companies, and first responders, according to a report by AppleInsider.
One-quarter of notebook computers are forecast to ship with touchscreens by 2016, according to research firm IHS.
While the sparks between Apple CEO Tim Cook and members of the Senate Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations were the focus of media attention, the testimonies of two law professors were virtually ignored in the hoppla. Despite Cook's assertion that Apple does not engage in "tax gimmicks," these professors found otherwise.
Nokia is implementing an AirWatch mobile device management product for its 25,000 staff members who use a corporate-issued Nokia Lumia smartphone, according to a report by ZDNet.
Accellion, a provider of mobile file sharing products, and copier and printer maker Ricoh have team to provide enterprises with a secure mobile printing product with the need for a virtual private network connection.
Aruba Networks unveiled on Tuesday its next-generation 802.11ac Wi-Fi product that includes Aruba 220 series Wi-Fi access points and its ClientMatch technology to lessen "sticky" clients that do not automatically stay connected to the best access point.
In apparent response to pressure from Clearwire's minority shareholders, majority shareholder Sprint has bumped up its offer for the rest of Clearwire to $3.40 per share from a previous $2.97 per share, an offer that would value the wireless provider at $10.7 billion.
Apple CEO Tim Cook was grilled by the Senate Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations on Tuesday about his company's practice of setting up holding companies overseas to avoid paying U.S. corporate taxes.
Strategy Analytics has tagged Axeda as the leading machine-to-machine application development platform vendor, according to a new report from the Boston-based research firm.
Concerned about the security risks of BYOD, Toronto-based Canadian Tire has decided to issue its 3,000 employees corporate-owned BlackBerry 10 devices, according to a report by Computerworld.
Clearwire's minority shareholders are expected to reject a buyout offer from majority shareholder Sprint, according to analysts consulted by Reuters.
GS1, the Brussels-based supply chain standards organization, and the Open Mobile Alliance, a San Diego-based mobile standards organization, announced that they are working together to enable bar code scanning to be built into mobile devices.
Enterprise software giant SAP has unveiled consumer-style apps for the mobile enterprise under the Fiori name.
On Tuesday, the Senate Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations will question Apple CEO Tim Cook and Chief Financial Officer Peter Oppenheimer about Apple's practice of shifting profits offshore to avoid U.S. tax payments.
Samsung captured 95 percent of the $5.3 billion in profits generated by global Android smartphone shipments in the first quarter of 2013, according to the latest stats by Strategy Analytics.
Despite the privacy and safety concerns enterprises could have with Google Glass, Fiberlink has decided to embrace the new product and enable IT managers to access its MaaS360 mobile device management platform through Google Glass.