A roundup of the 5 hottest new apps of the past week.
While the battle over enterprise mobility dominance has been historically unpredictable, the main players are ever-refining their platforms to reach the top. Recent conferences from Apple and Google showed their plans for future iterations to further separate themselves from one another and lurking competitors, namely Microsoft and BlackBerry.
Mozilla's Firefox mobile operating system could be an Android killer in emerging markets.
Google is preparing a new user interface framework for its products across all platforms to be called Quantum Paper, according to a report by Android Police.
While Visual Studio lacks a native way for developers to design and deploy apps for iOS and Android, that gap can now be filled with just a few clicks.
Elderly patients who need help remembering their medication may soon need to look no further than their tablet.
The Griffin Wired Keyboard for iOS Devices is a keyboard ideally suited for high-security installations, or when the use of wireless is not practical or allowed.
Here are six factors that distinguish successful mHealth app publishers from less successful firms.
Security is the top concern for enterprises when it comes to mobility, according to the latest Mobility Index report prepared by enterprise mobility management firm Good Technology.
Online auction site eBay fired up its new iPad in-store pickup app with support for Apple's Passbook mobile wallet, the company announced on Thursday. The company also announced several improvements for its apps and website.