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40% of U.S. employees use BYOD devices at work; many don't tell their employer

A full 40 percent of U.S. employees at large enterprises use personally owned devices at work, according to a survey of 4,300 U.S. adults conducted by Gartner.

Android to pass iPad in tablet installed base, predicts ABI

The installed base of Android tablets is expected to pass that of iPads this year, predicts ABI Research.

News Scan: FCC probes mobility, net neutrality nexus; Microsoft loses $1.2B on Surface;

Check out the hottest mobile IT news for May 19, including mobile net neutrality at the FCC, the money sink that is Microsoft Surface, Groupon's entrance into the POS market on iPads, Good Technology's planned IPO and how Phablet users differ from their smartphone and tablet counterparts.

Be courteous at the Thanksgiving dinner table

As we prepare for our Thanksgiving dinners, let's remember to be courteous at the dinner table and put away our smartphones and tablets. FierceMobileIT will return to your inbox on Monday, Dec. 2. Have a great Thanksgiving.

Why you shouldn't ditch your old iPad just yet

Since a lot of iPad tablets just officially became obsolete with the recent launch of the faster and more attractive iPad Air, we thought it'd be interesting to explore some of his suggestions.

Apple iWork causing iPhone 5S to crash; 'Shark Tank' gives mobile app a boost; more

Check out the hottest mobile IT news for Monday 10/14.

IDC Survey: Few using tablets to replace laptop

Only 8.7 percent of tablet buyers are looking to use their new BYOD gadget as a replacement for their laptop. This was the result of a survey by IDC, which also found that a majority 58.5 percent...

Spotlight: Opera releases Coast browser for the iPad

Opera earlier this week released Coast, a new web browser designed from the ground-up for the iPad tablet. 

Spotlight: Parallels Access

Designed for the Apple iPad, Parallels Access is a simple and secure way to access full-featured Windows and Mac desktop apps on a tablet. 

Workers want tablet with keyboard, Forrester finds

Around 62 percent of information workers prefer a tablet with a keyboard, according to a survey conducted by Forrester Research.