Check out the hottest mobile IT news for Thursday 10/10.
Apple's iPads accounted for 81.9 percent of United States and Canadian tablet web traffic in March, up 1.4 percentage points from February, according to the latest figures from online advertising network Chitika.
Online use of Apple's iPad dropped 7.1 percent in the days after Christmas, as other tablet brands gained ground, according to the latest stats from Chitika Insights.
The flood of newly acquired mobile devices into the workplace this week will provide an excellent opportunity for enterprises without a BYOD policy to develop one. Feet-dragging on this issue will only lead to great problems down the line.
Google is offering its paying business customers a free version of its Quickoffice iPad app so that they can edit Microsoft Office documents without converting them to Google Docs, the search giant announced in a blog.
U.K.-based security firm Context Information Security is warning that the Samsung Galaxy Tab is not ready for enterprise use because of serious security problems, but that Research in Motion's BlackBerry Playbook has sufficient security for the enterprise.
Tablets may be flooding retail stores everywhere but consumers are hard-pressed to find 3G-enabled tablets, and when they do, they don't usually activate the 3G capability. A recent report from ABI
The National Institute of Standards and Technology's Office of Information Systems Management is conducting a pilot test of the use of iOS devices across the agency to "determine how best to proceed
Apple (NASDAQ: AAPL) has admitted that a "small number" of iPad 2 owners are experiencing difficulty connecting to Verizon Wireless' (NYSE: VZ) 3G network. The Wall Street Journal reported that Apple
Gartner paints a dim picture for the future prospects of Research In Motion (NASDAQ: RIMM), Hewlett-Packard (NYSE: HPQ) and Microsoft (NASDAQ: MSFT) when it comes to the tablet market. New research