Windows Phone overtook iOS as the most popular smartphone operating system in Italy this summer, according to the latest stats from research firm Kantar Worldpanel ComTech.
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European and Canadian enterprises are allowing BYOD in increasing numbers, but more than half of IT professionals in those regions believe that the security risks outweigh the benefits.
Panasonic has decided to stop selling its Eluga smartphone in Europe, the only market outside of Japan where it sells smartphones, according to a report by the Wall Street Journal.
The entry of new wholesale providers into the machine-to-machine communications market in Europe is prompting Tier 1 service providers to add intelligence capabilities to their offerings, observed Frost & Sullivan analyst Yiru Zhong.
HANOVER, Germany--Tapping of phone calls by competitors, hackers or reporters from News of the World can be more than just embarrassing. Listeners on your phone calls or unauthorized visitors on
Nokia (NYSE: NOK) now plans to introduce Windows Phone smartphones in early 2012 to the United States, said Chief Executive Officer Stephen Elop. In an interview with Bloomberg Businessweek, Elop
While individual-liable smartphones are a growing trend in the enterprise, a new survey from Forrester Research reveals that more than a third of companies still offer no support for personal
Nokia (NYSE: NOK) will stop selling feature phones and Symbian-based smartphones in the United States and Canada. In an interview with AllThingsD, Chris Weber, the head of Nokia's U.S. subsidiary,
Should all hail the Apple iPhone 4 running on Verizon Wireless' network? Yesterday Verizon announced that the long-awaited iPhone will be available on Feb. 10 on its CDMA EV-DO network. But is the