Microsoft admitted Thursday that it is restricting sale of its Lumia 950 and 950 XL phones to AT&T customers in the U.S. market and Deutsche Telekom customers in Europe, at least for the short term.
Explaining his rationale for developing the BlackBerry PRIV device running the Android operating system, CEO John Chen said that "Android in the enterprise is a very underserved space."
Samsung said Wednesday that its operating profits are expected to rise almost 80 percent year-over-year in the third quarter after two years' of decline, based on the strength not of its smartphone sales but of its chips and display sales, reported the Wall Street Journal.
Cisco has partnered with Japanese robot maker FANUC on its Zero Downtime product that knows manufacturing robots need to be fixed before they break down, known as proactive maintenance.
Cat phones announced Wednesday that the Cat S40 rugged Android smartphone is now available in the U.S. market.
Recognizing the need for more durable flash memory cards in Internet of Things devices, SanDisk on Monday unveiled a line of industrial grade flash storage products designed for the potentially harsh environments that IoT devices operate in.
A new survey of senior IT decision makers found that while 68 percent feel mobility is a critical driver for business success, only an average of 18 percent of IT budgets will be going toward mobile initiatives next year.
Microsoft's release of Windows 10 for PCs and tablets in July is expected to boost enterprise tablet sales, predicted Eric Smith, senior analyst for tablet and touchscreen strategies at market research firm Strategy Analytics.
Security researcher who discovered the original Stagefright security bug finds new attack vectors, dubbed Stagefright 2.0, which can compromise even patched devices.
Apple has filed a U.S. patent application for a smart ring that uses voice, motion and touch input to control and interact with larger computing devices, reported Apple Insider.