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Is the New iPhone Good for Business?

Latest version, expected to be unveiled Monday, supports corporate e-mail and may come cheaper than before. Read More >

RIM`s New BlackBerry Targets Businesses

The new smartphone is the first to support HSDPA networks as well as GPS, Wi-Fi and other features. Read More >

Expert: Gadgets Will Ruin Internet

Smartphones and other toys stifle innovation and threaten the Internet's security, says Jonathan Zittrain of the Oxford Internet Institute. Read More >

BT Returns to Smartphone Market

British telecom firm's new device offering features broadband connectivity. Read More >

Motorola to Split into Two Companies

Mobile technology giant cuts money-losing handset division following long, public proxy fight. Read More >

IPhone to Get More Business Friendly

Steve Jobs and company open the device to corporate e-mail, while major funding arrives for new third-party software startups.   Read More >

RIM, Motorola Battle on Mobile Patents

Both sides claim infringement in suits filed over the holiday weekend.  Read More >

RIM Suffers Critical BlackBerry Outage

Several hours of downtime affects businesses, politicians.   Read More >

Motorola, Nortel Cutting Wireless Deal?

Merger of infrastructure units could form $10 billion company. Read More >

Microsoft Won't Launch iPhone Rival: Report

A day after leaving CES, Gates says firm will focus on software. Read More >

iPhone Finding Business Fans

Analysts say specific moves could help Apple compete with top handheld maker Research in Motion. Read More >

Google Unveils App for iPhone

Search giant promises more mobile tools ahead of releasing its own platform. Read More >

SAP Unveils Its First Software for iPhone

Demand from salespeople led tech giant to break from its mobile device strategy. Read More >

Pitfalls with Solutions for Aspiring CIOs

Looking to move up the IT ladder? First you need to see what's in your way.   Read More >

How to Integrate IT Operations After a Merger

Q&A: Motorola CIO Patricia Morrison offers advice on merging the IT of the acquired with the acquirer. Read More >

Do-It-Yourself IT: Is the World Ready?

Tech allowance programs are becoming more popular with IT departments and rank-and-file employees. Read More >

Opinion: Will the iPhone Change Everything?

Smart phones that can access on-demand Web-based applications may change business forever. John McCormick, editor-in-chief of Baseline and CIO Insight, explains how. Read More >

Analysts: iPhone Plan Prices Hit Middle Ground

Analysts say the iPhone service plans announced by Apple and AT&T are competitively priced in the middle range. Read More >

How The iPhone Stacks Up

A look at how Apple's much-anticipated device matches up against other multifunction, handheld tools. Read More >

Balsillie: BlackBerry Shutdown Will Never Happen Again

Research in Motion co-CEO Jim Balsillie said the BlackBerry shutdown last month was caused by a process error and the problem has been "unambiguously solved." Read More >

Nokia Launches Energy-Saving Phones

The company's new handsets send alerts to users notifying them when their phone has been successfully charged. Read More >

Sonic, Research in Motion Pen Licensing Agreement

Sonic has penned a licensing agreement with Research in Motion to provide BlackBerry devices with Roxio Media Manager software application. Read More >

BlackBerry Devices Up and Running Again

Updated: Research In Motion says BlackBerry service had been restored, but it is still not clear if all e-mail messages that formed a massive backlog on RIM's servers have been delivered yet. Read More >

Symbol Marches Forward with RFID

Q&A: Anthony Bartolo, vice president of Symbol's RFID and Wireless Infrastructure group, discusses where Symbol and new owner Motorola plan to go with RFID technology. Read More >

Wireless Wire: News from T-Mobile, Good Technology, Alcatel, MegaPixi, Equal, Sprint, Altai, FCC

T-Mobile will release the new BlackBerry Pearl; Good Technology will support the new Treo; Alcatel will acquire Nortel 3G; MegaPixi Mobile and Equal Mobile will deliver humorous greeting cards; Sprint will offer pay-per-view movies on phones; Altai touts Read More >

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