Quick takes on mobile IT news for Thursday, 12/12 including: the boost of high-speed wireless device shipments, what the Yankee Group predicts for the consolidation of the mobile market, predictions for WLAN investment, Japan's coming for American app revenue full force and how an advertising software development kit is opening up security holes in Android devices/
The mobile PC market has experienced its worst first half in a decade, according to the latest stats from IHS.
Tablets will begin to replace notebooks as the dominant mobile PC form factor this year, predicts NPD DisplaySearch.
Nokia and Intel announced an open-sourced, Linux-based platform called MeeGo aimed at smartphones, netbooks and other communications devices. MeeGo will merge with the Linux-based Maemo platform
Sony's Vaio is a lovely piece of hardware, with features that keep up with its appearance--but you'll pay for the privilege of walking into a meeting with a gorgeous piece of computing power under
The news of laptops exploding and catching fire thanks to battery issues should have the attention of every IT manager who has deployed mobile PCs to their enterprise workforce. A good
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