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Cyanogen funding round enables open mobile OS to take on Android, iOS

Android-based open mobile operating system Cyanogen announced Monday that it completed an $80 million round of funding, brining its total funding to $110 million. With the new financing, the company aims to become a viable alternative in the mobile OS market currently dominated by Apple's iOS and Google's Android.

Spotlight: Android users get their own LinkedIn Job Search app

LinkedIn on Thursday unveiled its Job Search app for Android, similar to its iOS counterpart launched last year.

New Aerohive iOS option opens its network access platform to Apple devices

Aerohive has unveiled an iOS version of its ID Manager app that allows secured wireless access to guests and employee devices in the workplace.

New Dropbox feature allows users to collaborate in Microsoft Office

File sharing and storage company Dropbox has made badge, it's new Microsoft Office collaboration tool, available to all Dropbox for Business users today, according to its blog.

Spotlight: Smarter Cortana will be appearing on iOS, Android devices

A smarter Cortana, the Windows personal assistant, will be making her way to iOS and Android mobile devices, according to sources cited by the Reuters newswire.

Enterprise demand expected to lift Windows up in tablet market

Enterprise demand for tablets is forecast to increase, and Microsoft's Windows platform is expected to be the beneficiary, according to market research firm IDC.

SOTI upgrades MobileControl to support Android for Work, Samsung Knox, streamline iOS deployment

Enterprise mobile management firm SOTI announced that the latest version of its MobiControl platform now supports Google's Android for Work and Samsung's Knox 2.4 secure mobility platform and streamlines deployment of iOS devices.

Spotlight: Citymaps could help realtors find best neighborhoods for clients

Citymaps, which just released version 2.0, has features that could help businesspeople with their tasks, explained James Martin with CIO.

Itching to download Office on your Android tablet? Better check your chip maker

Earlier this month, Microsoft unveiled its Office for Android tablet app. But if your Android tablet has an Intel processor inside, you're out of luck for now, explained mobile tech guru James Kendrick in a ZDNet article.

Microsoft is going mobile app crazy

Just a couple weeks after unveiling its Outlook for iOS and Android and its Office for Android tablets, Microsoft announced Wednesday it is buying mobile app calendar maker Sunrise Atelier for a reported $100 million.