Check out the hottest mobile IT stories for Friday, Jan. 23.
Check out the hottest mobile IT news for Friday, Jan. 16, including BlackBerry's denial of Samsung rumors, chemical firm Albemarle's plans to split BYOD costs with employees, HealthTronics picks AirWatch for mobile management, IoT analytics market making up one-third of analytics revenue by 2020 and tablet market's increase to 8.5 percent CAGR through 2019.
In the battle for the mobile enterprise, BlackBerry has been ceding territory to Apple and Android for a number of years. But in the latest skirmish, BlackBerry regained ground, previously seized by Apple and MobileIron, as mobile supplier to Ocean Capital Investments.
The 2015 Consumer Electronics Show is underway right now in Las Vegas. And while the emphasis is on consumers at this January tech show, which finishes up tomorrow, it's also important to take note of some of the tech announcements that may soon trickle over into the enterprise.
Building on its existing strengths, BlackBerry unveiled a new platform to support Internet of Things applications.
To address the stringent data security requirements in highly regulated industries, BlackBerry is teaming with Boeing in the aerospace giant's project for a highly secure Android-based smartphone known as the Black phone.
Check out the hottest mobile IT news for Wednesday, Dec. 17, including BlackBerry launching two new enterprise mobility bundles, Google's mobile app offering to museums, enterprise mobility platforms to be moved to the next generation in 2015, rugged mobile devices getting a lift in third quarter and the FCC charging Sprint with $105 million for cramming.
Check out the hottest mobile IT news for Dec. 12, including Ford's move to BlackBerry, a new Watch Face API from Android, the eventual rise of 5G, the future of C-RAN technology and mHealth wearables getting a boost.
The recently launched BlackBerry Enterprise Service 12 could be the key to the struggling mobility firm turning around its business fortunes.
Check out the hottest mobile IT stories for Wednesday, Nov. 26, including Yahoo and Microsoft vying to replace Google as the default iOS search engine, capabilities and sales of healthcare wearables to expand, mobile data to generate $50 billion in revenue by 2019, wireless packet core market revenues jump 20 percent in latest quarter and BlackBerry offers iPhone users up to $550 to switch to Passport.