Read the hottest mobile IT stories for Nov. 20, including the Dropbox support Microsoft has recently added, how mobile devices have changed network traffic patterns, the newest move to mobile from healthcare, Lenovo making up ground on Apple and Samsung for tablets and the new exclusive deal between Foxconn and Apple.
Apple has stepped in to the fill the enterprise mobility gap left by BlackBerry, according to data from customers of enterprise mobility management firm Globo.
Move over Siri. Cortana, Microsoft's personal assistant, may be coming to stay awhile on the iPhone.
Check out the hottest mobile IT stories for Wednesday, Nov. 12, including an Android user suing Apple for iMessage deliverability, Geisinger Health System to a mobile electronic health record, Imagination Technologies unveils dual-core processor for wearables, Asia-Pacific enterprises to move beyond "rudimentary" mobility and Singapore regulator probes StarHub's mobile network disruption.
The release of the iPhone 6 in September reversed the downward iOS activation trend Good Technology had seen in the enterprise, according to a new report from the enterprise mobility management firm.
In a turnaround with regards to the mobile version of its Office productivity suite, Microsoft has dropped the requirement for an Office 365 subscription for consumers.
A study commissioned by Retale, a location-based mobile platform connecting shoppers with local retailers, breaks down the mobile shopping preferences of inividuals.
While designed for the enterprise, Workday's updated mobile app for its cloud-based human resources and financial software has taken design cues from the consumer world, explains Joe Korngiebel, vice president of user experience at Workday.
Google takes the wraps off its iteration of Android devices with a new tablet and a phablet.
Google has released a new emulator tool for app developers to test 64-bit versions of their Android apps.