I came across an interesting survey about app developers and the Internet of Things. Close to one-third of 675 app developers surveyed by Harbor Research feel "overwhelmed" by the data generated by the Internet of Things.
Microsoft on Wednesday launched its Word, Excel and PowerPoint apps for Android phones.
IBM and Box announced Wednesday a partnership that will see Box's cloud storage integrated into IBM's MobileFirst for iOS, Big Blue's established joint mobile enterprise venture with Apple.
While enterprise mobile apps enable employees to more productive, developing and managing those apps put a strain in IT departments.
JDA – a provider of cloud-based retail and supply chain planning and management products – announced Tuesday improved mobile capabilities for JDA Store Operations platform for retail managers.
Following in the footsteps of Apple and IBM, Samsung and Red Hat plan to work together to build and deliver mobile applications for enterprise users.
Microsoft is adding advanced threat analytics to its Enterprise Mobility Suite, according to a report by ZDNet.
Despite continuing revenue decline, BlackBerry is seeing a resurgence of its software and technology licensing business, according to the latest financials issued Tuesday by the Canadian mobility firm.
As more companies use wearables as part of their wellness programs, the federal government is raising concerns about how companies use the health-related data collected by those devices.
IBM is expanding its cloud offerings to ease mobile data sharing and improve data analytics for police, public safety and emergency management agencies.
Android users can now use their mobile devices to control their PCs with a free application from Intel.
Startup Smart Vision Labs has raised $6.1 million to fund development of a device that attaches to an iPhone and enables doctors to perform mobile eye exams.
Now that most of the development work on Windows 10 for PCs is mostly done, Windows 10 Mobile will be the focus on Microsoft's Windows 10 development efforts in the coming months.
Constantly progressing technologies, trends and preferences will force enterprises to adopt a flexible approach in their mobile app development processes, judged market research firm Gartner.
As more airports deploy free Wi-Fi, it is important for them to understand how travelers use mobile apps in order to deploy network resources in an effective manner. But mobile app usage is not uniform across airports. See this comparison of California versus Florida airports.
Google secretly acquired a startup called Agawi that focused on mobile cloud computing for in-app ads and gaming, according to reports. With Google continually searching for ways to make money on mobile in general, bringing Agawi into the fold could help them ratchet up those efforts.
As Microsoft prepares to roll out its Windows 10 operating system for PCs and tablets next month, HP is planning to launch an enterprise tablet running the OS in August.
Microsoft is rolling out updates to its OneNote note-taking app feature for iOS devices designed for the busy executive on the go.
Google has doubled the number of self-driving vehicles it is permitted to operate on public streets in California.