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Next Wave in Security: Protecting Smart Phones, PDAs

With more and more employees using mobile devices that store critical data, enterprises must focus on protecting those devices, security experts insist at RSA. Read More >

Finally, Apple Rolls Out the 'iPhone'

Updated: In announcing Apple's first venture into the wireless marketplace, the iPhone, CEO Steve Jobs is also rebranding the company he founded with a name change that reflects its media focus. Read More >

Macworld Expo: The Mac Gets Back into Business?

Opinion: Everyone is talking about Apple's drive into consumer video and iPod phones. But the real story on the show floor will be the renewal of the Mac as a business platform. Read More >

Macworld Expo: The Mac Gets Back into Business?

Opinion: Everyone is talking about Apple's drive into consumer video and iPod phones. But the real story on the show floor will be the renewal of the Mac as a business platform. Read More >

Apple Files Late Annual, Quarterly Reports

In a statement, the iPod and Mac maker said it will adjust some earnings and an internal investigation has found no wrongdoing on the part of Steve Jobs and his management team. Read More >

Outlook 2007: Mobility

News Analysis: New processors will spur growth in mobile devices in 2007. Read More >

Analyst: Apple Not Showing an Interest in the Enterprise

Despite Apple's solid quarterly financial results, Pipe Jaffray's Gene Munster does not see the company making inroads into the enterprise market. Read More >

Apple Premiers Movie-Music Double Feature

News Analysis: Apple remains fixated on entertainment and digital media as keys to its growth with the introduction of its new movie download service and a sneak peak at its future Mac-TV wireless link. Read More >

Coming: Insurance Debit Cards That Reveal Health History

Patient ID cards from UnitedHealth can be used as debit cards for medical expenses as well as give doctors access to patients' medical information. Read More >

Airline Outrage: Do What With My Laptop?

Opinion: Readers express rage and frustration at possible laptop checking requirements. Read More >

No Surprises, No Disappointments for Apple

News Analysis: Analysts say the launches of Mac OS X Leopard and the Intel-based Mac Pro should be enough to maintain Apple's momentum in the fourth quarter. Read More >

Researchers Warn of Serious BlackBerry Vulnerability

Updated: Companies with BlackBerry communications servers installed behind their gateway security devices could be compromised when a security researcher releases new hack code for the wireless devices. Read More >

Can Mac OS X 'Leopard' Features Compete with Vista?

Opinion: Who will Apple target with its next version of Mac OS X? With details slim on what's coming in Leopard, the current match ups between Windows Vista and Mac OS X are centered on a short set of interface details. Read More >

Mac Faithful Anticipate Annual Apple Announcement

As Apple prepares for its Worldwide Developers Conference, ever-curious experts and consumers speculate on what the company has up its sleeve. Read More >

Analysts: Coupling of Mac and Intel Pays Off

While iPods take all the headlines, Intel-based Macs help Apple beat expectations in the third quarter. Read More >

New Mac OS Feature Raises Privacy Concerns

The latest update to the Mac OS sparks a privacy debate, as a feature meant to authenticate desktop widgets is believed by some to be phoning home to Apple. Read More >

Project Guide: Managing Mobile Device Security

From BaselineUntil the last year or so, the biggest worry about managing mobile devices was loss or breakage. Those days are gone—forever. With so much sensitive information now on portable devices, sec Read More >

Opinion: Larry Downes on What the Apple v. Apple Decision Means

The trademark case between Apple Corps and Apple Computer shows just how difficult—and dangerous—it is to try to predict the future of technology. Read More >

Global Experience Should Improve Domestic Performance

Opinion: Are you using your international experiences, and your people, to help rework your business processes at home? If not, you're missing out on some of the most useful lessons available to you. Read More >

Mobility Becomes a Strategic Goal, Not Just a Productivity Tool

Our survey found that advancing business processes, not personal productivity, is the most important business goal companies seek through mobile devices. CIOs can dramatically change the way their businesses operate, if they can pick technologies with tre Read More >

Tiny Chips & Lizard Brains

Besides all the megamergers and regulatory changes that have redefined the telecom business, the convergence of services, devices and networks also depends on smaller chips and smarter computers. Read More >

Hospitals Face Tricky Hardware Decisions

You think your choice of computers is tough? Try picking one that will survive doctors' rounds, patient infections, long hours on nurses' stations and a lot more risks than the sodas and coffee spills office users pose. Read More >

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