Check out the hottest mobile IT stories for Aug. 25, including some of the mistakes that employers make while hiring new enterprise workers, the monopoly by the top tech firms when it comes to apps, the expected direction of mobile revenues, the possible delay on the iPhone 6 and the new venture between Kinvey and VMware.
Global demand for tablets displays is pacing ahead of expectations, prompting IHS to raise its forecast for tablet display shipments by 6 percent this year.
Suffered a mishap with your laptop and cracked the screen? Lincoln Spector of PCWorld has an unorthodox piece of advice: Don't go back to the manufacturer to have it fixed.
If employees in your organization are spending a lot of time toggling back and forth among documents, email, instant messages, calendars and websites, they may need more than one monitor. Adding a
File-hosting site MediaFire is up in arms over a Firefox plug-in that allows users to automate the downloading of files from its servers, as well as with similar services from other sites. MediaFire
Chip maker Via Technologies has rolled out a new reference design for laptops. The design, called Surfboard C855, will run its recently announced high-definition capable VX855 chipset. Reference
LG Display Co Ltd. has developed an LCD panel with a viewing angle that can be dynamically adjusted from between 175-degrees to 60-degrees. The viewing-angle image control display (VIC) technology
If everything goes according to plan, a big and bendable e-ink display is set to be released before the middle of next year. First seen back in 2006, the screen is developed by Plastic Logic and is
Your mobile phone and laptop are constantly lying to you. Referring to the signal strength and battery life displays on such devices, blogger Dan declares,"Neither display is actually telling you
IT departments, how many times have you heard that it's a bad idea to allow users to attach unsecured devices to your corporate network? Well, consider this a warning: an 11 year-old hacker has