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10 iPhone 5 Fast Facts All CIOs Should Know

Apple’s iPhone 5 launched on Sept. 21, officially kicking off what could be the biggest and most important smartphone offering this year. The device is a nice improvement over the iPhone 4S, and so far, appears to be appealing to consumers and enterprise users alike. It takes a special phone to bridge the gap between consumers and enterprise users, and it appears that Apple has been able... Read More >

Mobile & Wireless Slideshow: 10 Reasons CIOs Need the iPhone 5

CIOs likely aren'€™t the first customers Apple was thinking about when it was developing the iPhone 5. After all, corporate IT decision-makers tend to be loath to make the leap to Apple products. And in far too many cases, a battle erupts between Apple'€™s policies and what the average company is looking for in a product. It's an issue that can'€™t be easily escaped. And it’s... Read More >

Is the iPhone 5 Right for Your Enterprise?

Now that the hoopla about the iPhone 5 is dying down, it s time to discuss whether Apple's newest phone is right for your enterprise, whether you d be better off getting an iPhone 4S for less money or sticking with what you have now. Read More >

iPhone 5 Breaks Preorder Record

Apple sold more than two million iPhone 5 smartphones in the first 24 hours it was available for preorder. The figure was more than double the record set by the iPhone 4S. Read More >

What to Do With Your Company's Old iPhones

iPhone 4 resales were up nearly 883 percent in the month leading up to the iPhone 5's introduction. While buyers take all models, iPhones are what people trade in most. Read More >

Android, Apple Dominance Leaves No Room for Third Platform: Report

Sorry, Microsoft. According to Global Equities Research, Apple and Android will eventually share 98 percent of the mobile market, leaving Microsoft and RIM to fight over the remaining 2 percent. Read More >

iPhone 5: Why Apple's Smartphone May Disappoint Fans

Apple's iPhone 5 is now official. And despite all of the glitz and glamour, it's really little more than a catch-up Android device. Read More >

Apple's iPhone 5: Thinner, Taller, Slightly Better

Apple officially unveiled the iPhone 5 with LTE, a 4-inch display, an improved camera and dozens of all-around improvements, plus new iPods, iTunes and even new earbuds, called EarPods. Read More >

iPhone 5: Expect LTE, No iPad Mini

A Jefferies analyst note predicts the iPhone 5 with LTE will be unveiled Sept. 12, but it's not so sure about the iPad Mini. Read More >

Mobile & Wireless Slideshow: 10 Things CIOs Have Learned About the iPhone

When the iPhone first launched in 2007, Apple's smartphone didn't appear to be the most enterprise-friendly device on the market. The handset came with a touchscreen and an operating system CIOs had yet to try out, making it an immediate non-starter for a market that is notoriously slow to change. Over time, however, the iPhone started to make inroads into the enterprise and proved that perhaps... Read More >

Will the iPhone 5 Be a Game-Changer -- Or Not?

Apple is getting ready to launch the iPhone 5 at an event Sept. 12. Still the new iPhone already lags behind its competition in innovation. Read More >

What to Expect from Apple's iPhone 5 Event

The iPhone 5's expected launch is right around the corner. While Apple's Sept. 12 event is specifically designed for the new smartphone, there are several other highlights to look for next week. Read More >

Apple's $1.05 Billion Patent Win May Boost Microsoft, Nokia

Samsung products included several features that are protected by Apple patents, a jury has ruled on Aug. 24. This considerable setback for Samsung could be a major market opportunity for Nokia and Microsoft. Read More >

Mobile & Wireless Slideshow: iPhone 5: Eight Things CIOs Need to Know

Apple's iPhone 5 is just around the corner. That means CIOs will have a whole new smartphone to consider for your office. You'll be forced once again to contend with employees who will want nothing more than to get their hands on Apple's latest and greatest... Read More >

BlackBerry Enterprise Server Will Support All Devices: RIM

RIM hit back against a report suggesting BlackBerry Enterprise Server would not support its latest operating system. Read More >

Google Motorola Lawsuit Puts Apple on Patent Defensive, Analysts Say

The escalating patent infringement fight between Google's Motorola Mobility unit and Apple is about to get even uglier as the companies fight for the huge mobile market, say analysts. Read More >

iPhone 5 Photos Leak as Release Date Approaches

More photos purportedly showing the front panel for Apple's iPhone 5 smartphone leak online as the expected release date nears. Read More >

What the iPhone 5 Needs to Stay in Front of the Smartphone Pack

Market analysts are predicting vast numbers of iPhone 5 handsets will be in Apple's inventory for its product launch. Apple is going to need a big launch of an iPhone that has been significantly updated to fend off the rising competition. Read More >

Google to Lay Off 4,000 from Motorola Mobility Unit

Google is swinging the budget-cutting axe at its recently acquired Motorola Mobility unit. Google is eliminating about 4,000 jobs, or 20 percent of the Motorola unit. Read More >

iPhone 5 Rumors Hint at September Launch

If the world needed more evidence that the iPhone 5 is coming, a source at AT&T has told BGR that a major event is on AT&T's calendar the third week of September, and the carrier has an all-hands-on-deck policy in place through mid-October. Read More >

IBM Could Want RIM's Enterprise Services Division: Report

RIM's enterprise-services unit is of interest to IBM, according to Bloomberg. As with reports that Samsung could benefit from a RIM buy, much depends on how BlackBerry 10 is received. Read More >

If BlackBerry 10 Flops, RIM Could be Sold to Samsung, Analysts Speculate

BlackBerry 10 is a major improvement on BB7 but not enough to take back share from Apple, say analysts with Jefferies. After BB10's debut, they expect Samsung to purchase RIM as a mobile OS fallback plan. Read More >

Mobile & Wireless Slideshow: iPhone Sales 'Dip': Nine Factors to Consider

NEWS ANALYSIS: Apple's iPhone fell below Wall Street's expectations during the company's fiscal Q3, even though the company sold 26 million units, representing a 28 percent increase over the same period in 2011. In fact, the so-called "slowdown" in iPhone sales - coupled with projections of a further slowdown next quarter -- marred an otherwise Read More >

iPhone Sales Slowdown Mars Strong Apple Earnings Report

CFO said that the sales slowdown of iPhones may be connected to continuing rumors of an iPhone 5 to be introduced later this year, and that potential buyers are holding off until that one becomes available. Read More >

Why the iPhone 5 Won't Be A Revolutionary Update

Apple is launching the iPhone 5 later this year, according to the latest reports and rumors. But don't expect that it will be a major upgrade with surprising new features. Read More >

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