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How to plan a mobile enterprise application strategy

With the proliferation of mobile devices in the enterprise and the continued advances that companies such as Apple (NASDAQ: AAPL) have made with mobile app stores, there's no question that one of the

Kindle and Nook drop prices (but not far enough)

Amazon and Barnes and Noble both announced price cuts this week (not coincidentally, I imagine). Amazon cut the Kindle to $189, not long after B&N announced it was cutting the Nook to $199. Not

IDC: Expect PC sales to grow 20 percent in 2010

IDC thinks that global PC sales will experience resurgent growth of 20 percent in 2010. Fueling the optimistic figure is the sales of worldwide PC shipments in the first three months of the year,

Can Microsoft succeed in the tablet space?

It would seem that everyone is rushing to launch a tablet these days. Yet if prior research data collected by Forrester Research were to be believed, customers were asking for features that were a

RIM is working on a tablet too

RIM (NASDAQ: RIMM) is experimenting with a tablet device to be released as a companion for its popular range of BlackBerry smartphones. While RIM declined to comment on the rumors, a report by The

Tablets will outsell netbooks in two years, says Forrester

The sale of tablet PCs will surpass that of netbooks in two years, says a new report by Forrester Research titled "The U.S. Consumer PC Market in 2015." And much of this has to do with the allure

ABC doubles ads per episode across iPad application

ABC has doubled the number of advertisements incorporated into each episode of programs available via the network's popular ABC Player application for Apple's iPad tablet. In an interview with

Pandora premieres iPad ad platform

Personalized digital radio service Pandora announced the introduction of a new advertising platform optimized for Apple's iPad, promising brand partners in-app campaigns that leverage the tablet

Email address leak exposes cloud's vulnerability

The leak of more than 100,000 iPad users' email addresses and device ID numbers from an AT&T (NYSE: T) website last week sparked heavy criticism of the mobile device and its maker, Apple. The

Lessons from the AT&T/iPad user email address leak

The leak of more than 100,000 iPad (NASDAQ: AAPL) users' email addresses and device IDs--including those of White House Chief of Staff Rahm Emanuel, New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg, military