With all the talk about connected refrigerators, light bulbs, thermostats and garage doors, the mass market would be forgiven for thinking that consumer companies developed the concept of the Internet of Things. But only in the last five years or so has the technology made its way into the consumer realm.
Lenovo's Motorola Mobility unveiled Tuesday morning three new Moto smartphones – the Moto X Style, Moto X Play, and the third-generation Moto G – at simultaneous press conferences in New York City, Sao Paulo, and London.
Nextbit, a startup offering moble software and services, has decided to make a play in the hardware space with a new smartphone, Re/code reported.
According to phone-theft data collected by the Wall Street Journal, the smartphone "kill switch" doesn't necessarily deter theft. In Seattle, for example, iPhone thefts jump more than 30 percent in the year after the kill switch technology was introduced.
Samsung launched on Monday a computer monitor that has a clear use case for the mobile workplace. The SE370 not only displays computer content, it also wirelessly charges mobile devices – a first for a computer monitor, according to Samsung.
Despite some reports to the contrary, it would appear that telecommuting and BYOD are flourishing in the U.S. enterprise, according to an infographic prepared by Workspot, a Workspace-as-a-Service startup.
To help with that task of securing mobile healthcare data, the National Cybersecurity Center of Excellence has put together a draft guide for businesses and other healthcare organization on how to improve mobile data security using commercially available and open source tools.
Microsoft has unveiled a number of changes to its Office apps for iOS that should help improve worker productivity.
BlackBerry, which is hoping to pick up more customers in highly regulated industries, just received the U.S. Department of Defense stamp of approval for the derived Public Key Infrastructure credentials on its BlackBerry operating system and BlackBerry 10 smartphones.
Photos leaked by Facebook fan page Peru Android appeared to show the new Moto X and Moto G smartphones, expected to be unveiled by Motorola at an event set next Tuesday, July 28, reported Mashable.