Check out the hottest mobile IT news for Wednesday, August 6, including the partial truce called by Apple and Samsung in the patent wars, T-Mobile US considers Iliad's offer "dead-on-arrival", Timex enters smartwatch market, Re/code predicts iPhone 6 release on Sept. 6 and DOT's opinion on cellphone use in planes.
A roundup of the 5 hottest new apps of the past week.
Check out the hottest mobile IT stories for July 7, including the top five selling phones of the first quarter, The companies utilizing mobile-social campaigns most effectively, the expected battery boost for the iPhone 6, the group of UK businesses that unilaterally banned Google Glass and the latest on browser adoption.
The I/O conference--Google's State of the Union for its various platforms--took place in San Francisco last week, and the time since has given experts a chance to unpack and reflect on the announcements and updates the company proffered.
The EC Vice President makes a commitment toward harmonizing Europe's 5G research with South Korea's, at a time when both countries are scrambling to define 5G.
While Samsung and Pebble make up 96 percent of the $96 million U.S. smartwatch market, according the latest stats from NPD Group, Google and Apple are getting ready to launch their offerings.
Imagine a world in which wearable devices are connected by an open platform, and healthcare product manufacturers cooperate for the sake of improved health monitoring. Samsung does. Samsung envisions just such a reality, and in the very near future.
Check out the hottest mobile IT news for May 27, including Samsung's standalone smartwatch, one German carrier's promise about a new iPhone in September, Intuit's acquisition of a mobile bill pay service, the expected explosion in the Asia-Pacific mobile broadband industry and Kakao's purchase of Daum.
Google and Apple, longtime legal sparring partners in the mobile realm, called a truce Friday in a joint statement that announced the two would suspend any outstanding smartphone patent litigation against one another. The two tech companies said they will work together to remedy the country's muddled patent system.
While BYOD was originally viewed as a cost saver for enterprises, it has often resulted in greater expenses--particularly from the added management, support and security required. Despite these additional costs and security risks, many enterprises are "embracing" BYOD, observes David Lowe, vice president for enterprise sales at Samsung Telecommunications America, in an exclusive interview with FierceMobileIT.