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iPad, iPhone Changing Role of IT

The old relationship of end-user to IT is being turned on its ear by the new generation of mobile devices. Read More >

RIM Makes Analytics Service Beta for BlackBerry Available to Developers

Research In Motion (RIM) has produced a beta release of the BlackBerry Analytics Service. Read More >

Research Slideshow: Mobile Mavericks and Wannabes: A Workplace Invasion?

The growth of the mobile workforce is unlikely to slow down anytime soon. In fact, a recent study from Forrester, called "The Rise of Wannabe And Maverick Mobile Workers," reveals some startling new stats about the number of "undocumented" mobile workers in North America and Europe. Forrester defines "mobile wannabes" as those workers who are often at their desks and, therefore, are not... Read More >

SideXSide: Top Tablet Operating Systems

Apple's iPad was the unchallenged leader in the tablet space for 2010, but that's changing this year as the tablet market heats up. See how the three leading tablet operating systems stack up. Read More >

Sprint Releases Mobile App for Remote Wipe of BlackBerry, Android Smartphones

Sprint's Total Equipment Protection plan now offers a free application to help protect data on smartphones. Read More >

10 Percent of Windows Phone 7 Updates Fail

A blog posting from Microsoft reveals that the company's first Windows Phone 7 update failed for 10 percent of users. Read More >

Enterprise Mobility Demand Surpasses IT Managers' Expectations

Forrester Research said most IT managers and vendors are underestimating the need for corporate mobile solutions because they ignore mobile "wannabes" and mobile "mavericks." Read More >

SideXSide: HP Pre3, iPhone 4 and BlackBerry Torch

What do these smartphones really offer the enterprise user? Here's a sideXside comparison of Apple iPhone 4, Apple, the HP Pre3, and RIM BlackBerry Torch to help you decide what's right for your enterprise. Read More >

Mobile & Wireless Slideshow: Mobile World Congress: 9 Hot Topics

The Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Spain, Feb. 14-17, 2011, has been one of the most product-packed and interesting events of the year so far. It has been home to major announcements, new product launches, and all kinds of interesting tidbits of information that will spark the fancy of many an enterprise user of mobile devices. As CIO, on the other hand, you probably have different... Read More >

Consumers Want Smartphones, Not Tablets: Gartner

A new survey by Gartner found tablets to be the very least of what most Americans plan to spend on, while smartphones topped the list. Read More >

Quad-Core Mobile Chips Coming from Nvidia, Qualcomm

Nvidia and Qualcomm both showed off plansf or quad-core mobile chips for smartphones and tablets at the Mobile World Congress show in Barcelona. Read More >

Google's Eric Schmidt Shares His Vision of a Mobile, Connected Future

A keynote address by Google CEO Eric Schmidt's at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona on Feb. 15 paints a portrait of a future society where technology has become subservient to humanity. Read More >

Microsoft, Nokia Deal Needs Speed to Succeed: Analysts

Microsoft and Nokia need to speed the transition of Windows Phone 7 onto the latter's smartphones in order for their deal to succeed, according to analysts. Read More >

Mobile & Wireless Slideshow: Apple, Android Enterprise Activations on the Rise in 4Q 2010

Enterprises are increasingly activating mobile devices running the Apple iOS and Google Android platforms, according to a recent report from Good Technology. The company, which offers enterprise mobility management solutions, analyzes activations by month across its corporate and government user bases. It uses the data to compile quarterly reports on the top smartphone platforms among its... Read More >

Microsoft Teams Up With Nokia on 'Global Mobile Ecosystem'

Nokia and Microsoft plan to form a "new global mobile ecosystem" that will include running Windows Phone 7 on Nokia smartphones. Read More >

Video, Smartphones and Tablets to Cause Dramatic Increase in Mobile Data Traffic

A new Cisco study forecasts a 26-fold increase in mobile data traffic by 2015, driven by smartphones, tablets, and mobile video watching. Read More >

Analysts Say Samsung May Give Apple Some Real Competition

Apple may have paved the way for a brave new world in mobile devices, but Samsung is stepping up to give the company a run for its money. Read More >

Apple iOS, iPad, Android: Enterprise Mobility Adoption Accelerates

Apple and Google Android power ahead in enterprise mobility adoption, according to a report by Good Technology, while Windows Mobile exits the top 10. It's important to note that the report is reflective of those enterprise customers that activated Good's enterprise mobility solutions, and do not include activations of RIM's BlackBerry OS. Even so, the increase in the number of enterprise... Read More >

RIM to Launch Software to Separate Work and Personal Data on BlackBerrys

RIM will soon introduce BlackBerry Balance software, a RIM executive told Reuters. The software offers a secure method of separating personal and professional data. Read More >

Mobile & Wireless Slideshow: What IT Leaders Really Think About Mobility in the Enterprise

Oh, how the enterprise is changing. Just a few years ago, smartphones were just one small tool in a corporate world that hadn't quite realized the full potential of a mobile workforce. Nowadays, smartphones and other mobile devices have become an integral component in the financial health of a company. This was made abundantly clear in a new study conducted by Kelton Research and commissioned... Read More >

HP Plans to Launch WebOS Netbook, Tablet and Smartphone: Report

HP is reportedly planning to introduce a netbook running Palm's WebOS, in addition to tablets and smartphones. Read More >

Burgeoning Tablet, Smartphone Markets Benefit, Challenge Intel

Intel has yet to play a major role in the exploding tablet and smartphone spaces, but the Web traffic generated by these devices is fueling strong growth in its enterprise server business. Read More >

RIM's BlackBerry Dakota Won't Run PlayBook OS: Report

The PlayBook tablet's OS isn't going to be making an appearance on RIM's BlackBerry Dakota, a new report says. Read More >

Business Intelligence Slideshow: Business Intelligence Driving the Demand for Greater Mobility

Mobile apps will impact the enterprise more than ever in 2011 and beyond, according to a recent Mobile Applications Survey conducted by MicroStrategy, a business intelligence software vendor. Survey respondents indicate that whether their employees are using the RIM BlackBerry, Apple iPhone/iPad, Google Android or other devices, their organizations are gaining awareness of how mobility can... Read More >

Verizon's iPhone 4: Five Quick Facts

It's time for IT to brace for impact: Verizon Wireless has, at long last, announced that it will offer the iPhone 4 to its approximately 93 million U.S. subscribers – and potentially many more new customers if analyst estimates are to be believed. Read More >

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