BlackBerry unveiled this week the next version of its BlackBerry 10 operating system, the BlackBerry 10.1, which enables users of the all-touchscreen Z10 to use Skype, according to a report by ZDNet.
The United States Department of Justice is accusing Apple of a price fixing scheme with publishers to fix e-book prices, according to a report by Bloomberg.
Nokia unveiled on Tuesday the Lumia 925, the latest version of its Windows Phone 8 Lumia line, with a new design incorporating aluminum around the edge of the sleek, lightweight smartphone.
Startup Loop's app enables enterprises to conduct immediate surveys using an iPad, according to a report by TechCrunch.
IT managers spend many sleepless nights worrying about the security risks being introduced by employees who bring their own devices. And a new report from F-Secure showing a marked rise in Android malware is not going to help them sleep any better.
Samsung extended its lead in worldwide mobile phone sales to a 23.6 percent market share, buoyed by a 13 percent year-over year sales increase in the first quarter of 2013, according to the latest stats from Gartner
The Federal Communications Commission is proposing a plan to improve the performance of Wi-Fi on planes, which should be welcome news for frequent business travelers.
LAS VEGAS--The expansion of unified communications platforms in the enterprise has placed a lot of stress on Wi-Fi networks.
The number of enterprise mobile content management, or MCM, subscribers is expected to grow at double-digit rates over the next five years, topping 110 million subscribers by 2018.
By deploying Apple's iPads and FileMaker Go product, the Austin Convention Center was able to realize a 200 percent return on investment, according to a report by Mobile Enterprise.
Apple has suffered another setback at the United States Patent and Trademark Office.
Major chip vendors Intel and Qualcomm "missed the tablet boat" in 2012, and their future success hinges on Microsoft's Windows tablet operating system, judged Stuart Robinson, director of the handset component technologies service at Strategy Analytics.
LAS VEGAS--BlackBerry could be "turning a corner," judged Chris Hazelton, research director for mobility at 451 Research. According to a survey conducted in April by 451, there is increased interest in BlackBerry among IT decision makers.
AT&T, Axeda and Indian IT firm Wipro are teaming to provide machine-to-machine development services and systems integration to enterprises across industries.
Within the walls of its Lab126, Amazon is working on a secret project to develop a smartphone that projects three-dimensional images, the Wall Street Journal is reporting.
Most companies in China are in the early stages of BYOD adoption, judged Forrester analyst Wen Zhao.
Xirrus unveiled this week its Unifed Access portfolio of cloud services, Wi-Fi access products, Ethernet switches, management tools and application programming interfaces that enables enterprises to bring together wired and wireless network components into a unified network.
LAS VEGAS--BYOD presents enterprises with a number of security and privacy challenges that must be addressed, Gib Sorebo, chief cybersecurity technologist at research firm SAIC, told an audience here at Interop on Thursday. Sorebo related that nearly two-thirds of organizations do not enforce encryption policies, which opens up corporate data to risk of unauthorized disclosure.
During his Interop keynote address on Wednesday, Rob Soderbery, Cisco's senior vice president and general manager for the Enterprise Networking Group, unveiled the results a survey of 1,300 IT professionals. It found that 41 percent of respondents said their networks were not ready to support BYOD, despite deploying more applications than a year ago.
Gatwick Airport, London's second largest airport next to Heathrow, has enabled BYOD and the cloud, and is saving money on servers in the process.