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Honeywell pays $185M for mobile barcode printer maker

Honeywell has paid $185 million to buy Datamax-O'Neill, a manufacturer of mobile and fixed barcode printers for the retail, healthcare and warehouse and distribution industries.

Report: Adding enterprise-friendly features could delay production of 12.9-inch iPads

The addition of enterprise-friendly features are behind the decision by Apple to delay production of 12.9-inch iPads to the second half of this year, the Wall Street Journal reported, quoting sources familiar with the matter.

Drones roam the sewers of Barcelona

Drones made by SAGB are patrolling the sewers under the city of Barcelona, host of the 2015 World Mobile Congress. But any firm that operates a complex of underground pipes and/or tanks could use the drones to perform inspections of those structures without endangering workers.

Spotlight: BlackBerry goes back to the future with new slider

BlackBerry is merging the advanced technology of a "dual curved display" with old-fashion slider technology in a new touchscreen smartphone set to hit the market later this year.

Blackphone gets enterprise makeover; Silent Circle adds tablet to lineup

For enterprises worried about data security, Silent Circle is upgrading its Blackphone secure smartphone and is offering a secure tablet and enterprise-focused products.

Microsoft to introduce flagship Lumia phone running Windows 10

Microsoft is betting that a unified platform for PCs, laptops, smartphones and tablets will make its smartphones more attractive to the enterprise. As part of that effort, Microsoft announced Monday that it will be introducing a flagship Lumia smartphone running Windows 10 later this year.

How to track your favorite whisky from factory to first sip

If you want to track a bottle of your favorite whisky from plant to store, here is how you do it.

DataVault Mobile brings mobility (sort of) to the construction site

I know what you are thinking. Something that is three feet wide, four feet tall and weighs 320 pounds doesn't sound like a "mobile" device. But in the world of construction, Knaack's new DataVault Mobile is pretty handy, certainly compared to the non-mobile version.

Apple crushing it in the enterprise

Led by the popularity of its iPhone 6 phones, Apple's iOS devices are dominating mobile device activations in the enterprise, according to data compiled by Good Technology from its enterprise mobility platform.

Could the LG Watch Urbane LTE be the first enterprise-ready smartwatch?

Powered by the LG Wearables Platform and equipped with a high-speed cellular connection, the LG Watch Urbane LTE could be the smartwatch that enterprises have been waiting for