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Smartphone Sales Beat PCs for First Time Ever, Canalys Finds

Smartphone sales surged past PC totals even with the iPad helping numbers for the first time ever during the fourth quarter, according to Canalys. Read More >

IT Management Slideshow:The Secret of Apple's Success

While many questioned how the company would fare without its iconic leader, Apple continues to thrive in the post-Steve Jobs era. In its most recent quarterly earnings statement, the company reported selling more iPhones, iPads and Mac computers than in any three-month period in its history. This sales surge fueled $46.33 billion in revenue for the quarter ending Dec. 31, 2011, beating analyst... Read More >

Apple Takes Smartphone Shipment Crown From Samsung

The company s return to top spot was partly driven by continuing to offer the iPhone 3GS at rock-bottom prices. Read More >

Kaiser Permanente Launches Mobile Android Health Record App

Health plan Kaiser Permanente has introduced an Android application to allow patients to access their electronic health records. Read More >

Analysts Question New RIM CEO's Decision to Stay the Course

RIM's new CEO, Thorsten Heins, seems determined to keep the company along its preset path. Some analysts are arguing he needs to do something more radical. Read More >

IT Management Slideshow: 10 Things CIOs Can Expect From RIM's New CEO

Worried investors have for months been calling on BlackBerry-maker Research In Motion to replace co-CEOs Mike Lazaridis and Jim Balsillie. On Jan. 22, 2012, the company has finally done so, appointing Thorsten Heins as RIM's President and CEO . Heins joined RIM in 2007... Read More >

New RIM CEO Thorsten Heins Needs to Make BlackBerry 10 a Top Priority

RIM has appointed a new CEO, Thorsten Heins. But the company's immediate goal remains the same: Release the next-generation BlackBerry 10. The upside for IT administrators and others who manage BlackBerry devices for businesses have several months before RIM wholeheartedly embarks on major changes. Read More >

IBM, HTC Launch Enterprise Initiative

The tablet and smartphone maker looks to leverage consumer success. Read More >

IT Management Slideshow: 10 Apple Products You'll Need to Evaluate This Year

Apple looks set to continue its reign as the designer of computing products that consumers love, and that CIOs love to hate. We understand. With many of your core enterprise applications optimized for the Windows OS, you may not even have enough Apple experts on staff to help support the demand from your workers to bring new iPhones and iPads into the workplace, let alone consider accommodating... Read More >

Security Flaw Discovered in Blackberry PlayBook Tablet

An exploitable connection between the PlayBook tablet and handheld Blackberry devices poses a risk to users. Read More >

IT Management Slideshow: CES 2012: 10 New Products Every CIO Should Fear

The Consumer Electronics Show 2012, held in Las Vegas Jan. 10-13, has been a techie Bacchanalia filled with products sure to catch the eye of your employees. Whether they're getting excited by LG's 4G Spectrum with OLED screens or the countless Ultrabooks being shown off, you can rest assured that any number of new devices will be working their way into your enterprise and bringing you... Read More >

RIM's BlackBerry 10 Strategy: One Smartphone

RIM might offer a single BlackBerry 10 device, according to a new report. That would represent a sea change for RIM, which usually pushes multiple BlackBerry models. Read More >

RIM Contemplating New Chairperson: Report

Research In Motion is considering a new chairperson to replace Mike Lazaridis and Jim Balsillie as co-chairmen, according to a report. Read More >

RIM Cuts PlayBook Price as Tablet Battle 2012 Begins

RIM has slashed the price of its PlayBook tablet. After anemic sales and a big write-down in 2011, RIM likely hopes the PlayBook will finally gain traction. Read More >

Sir Ive: Apple iPhone, iPod Designer Knighted

Apple lead designer Jonathan Ive, who has worked on the MacBook Air and iPhone, called the knighthood "absolutely thrilling." Read More >

Two Apple iPad 3 Models Rumored for 2012

Apple's next iPad will arrive in two models, while the iPad 2 will be repositioned to battle Amazon s Kindle Fire, according to a DigiTimes report. Read More >

Will a New Strategy Save RIM's PlayBook Tablet?

RIM's PlayBook has suffered an enormous write-down and price cuts by retailers, suggesting the company needs to do something radical to its tablet franchise. Read More >

RIM BlackBerry 10 Part of Turnaround Plan as Net Income Dips

RIM saw its quarterly revenue and net income dip, but its co-CEOs insist their BlackBerry franchise will successfully execute a turnaround. Read More >

Samsung Breaks Its Own Record for Global Handset Sales

Samsung's Galaxy S and Galaxy S II Android smartphones helped the company top the 300 million handset unit sales mark, with time still remaining in 2011. Read More >

Ottawa Hospital Manages iPhone, iPad Deployment With Aruba Mobile Platform

The Ottawa Hospital in Ontario is using Aruba's WiFi Mobile Virtual Enterprise architecture to manage thousands of iPhones and iPads. Read More >

Apple Can't Block Samsung Galaxy Distribution in U.S.

Apple failed to convince a California court to block Samsung's Galaxy smartphones and tablets in the United States, although it could still triumph at trial. Read More >

Carrier IQ Creates Privacy Controversy in Smartphone World

Microsoft, Nokia, RIM and other carriers and smartphone manufacturers are either denying or minimizing connections to Carrier IQ and its monitoring software. Read More >

Android, iOS Dominate U.S. Smartphone Market, Nielsen Finds

Google's Android operating system share is 43 percent, while Apple's iOS platform has 28 percent share, totaling 71 percent total market share. Read More >

BlackBerry PlayBook Availability, Pricing Confounds the Market

RIM's BlackBerry PlayBook seems in the middle of a pricing and availability flux, after reports of canceled orders and reported price cuts for RIM employees. Read More >

RIM Extends Support to iPhone, Android With BlackBerry Mobile Fusion

RIM's upcoming BlackBerry Mobile Fusion management platform supports not only BlackBerry but also Apple's iPhone and Google Android. Read More >

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