Qualcomm announced Wednesday what it is calling a "Strategic Realignment Plan," which involves slashing costs and making some cuts in workforce, along with a realignment of its board, better return of capital to stockholders and a revamped executive compensation plan.
Looking to further solidify its standing in the market as an enterprise mobile software provider, BlackBerry announced Wednesday its planned acquisition of AtHoc, a provider of secure networked crisis communications.
Amazon has released dedicated Android and iOS mobile apps for its Cloud Drive service, which is a competitor to Dropbox, Google Drive and other file hosing service, reported TechCrunch.
IT admins no longer have to rush into the office on weekends to fix a mission-critical problem with their cloud services. Instead, they can fire up the new mobile app from Google and fix the problem without having to cancel their cookout with family and friends.
IBM and Box announced Wednesday a partnership that will see Box's cloud storage integrated into IBM's MobileFirst for iOS, Big Blue's established joint mobile enterprise venture with Apple.
Zebra Technologies launched on Monday its Zebra OneCare, a portfolio of support services for its mobile computers, printers, bar code scanners, RFID devices and wireless LAN infrastructure, as well as a new managed service that provides visibility into Zebra mobile device asset and operational business performance.
Airware has launched the Commercial Drone Fund, a program that will invest $250,000 to $1 million into startups working on commercial drone technology.
Smartglasses will get their start in the enterprise, and it's crucial to find appropriate use cases in order to cement their standing in the workplace, said Atheer Labs CEO Alberto Torres in a recent interview with TechRepublic.
To help its sales and marketing staff get a handle on the explosion of mobile data, scientific instrumentation firm Thermo Fischer Scientific deployed a mobile content management platform supplied by bigtincan, reported Baseline magazine.
BlackBerry has confirmed reports that it acquired mobile security and enterprise collaboration company WatchDox.