Mobile Category

 

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 >

Google to Bid for Mobile Airwaves

Search giant's offer could exceed $4.6 billion, reports say. Read More >

Is Steve Jobs Manipulating iPhone Customers?

Apple's delay in granting access to outside applications may come with a cost. 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 >

Analysts: iPhone Has Neither Security nor Relevance

Take your pick: The iPhone is either a "security nightmare" or pretty irrelevant to enterprise security. 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 >

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 >

Mobile Tools Create Opportunities, Boost Bottom Line

The time is right to integrate mobile technologies into your business. Not doing so could cost your company opportunities and money. Read More >

Siemens Walks the Talk with Fixed Mobile Convergence

Siemens' new HiPath Mobile Connect offering, implemented as an appliance and companion dual-mode handset, brings mobility to VOIP to allow users to seamlessly roam between cellular and wireless LANs while holding a conversation. Read More >

Cisco Sues Apple over Use of iPhone Name

Cisco accuses Apple of trademark infringement, saying Apple acknowledged its ownership of the iPhone name. 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 >

Beceem Announces a WiMax Milestone

The Beceem MS120 Mobile WiMax chip set has proven its ability to work with a variety of commercial base station vendors including Alcatel, Alvarion, Motorola and Navini. 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 >

The Sweetest BlackBerrys

Review Roundup: BlackBerrys come in many flavors, but these are the juiciest. Read More >

John Parkinson: Real Mobility is Still a Few Years Away

Despite the promises, real mobility for the on-the-go executive is still years away. Read More >

Spending On Mobile Computing On The Rise

What's driving enterprise spending on mobile computing? Baseline's survey of 143 information-technology executives shows a clear No. 1 reason: Companies want to improve how employees collaborate and communicate. Read More >

Emerging Tech: Jeff Hawkins reinvents artificial intelligence

Palm Computing founder Jeff Hawkins has developed a controversial theory of how the brain works, and he's using it to build a new race of computers. Read More >

Mobile Computing: More Options

As the battle for mobile operating-system supremacy heats up, one vendor is giving technology executives the option to ignore the fight and focus on creating line-of-business programs. Read More >

MessageOne Services Promise BlackBerry Security

The new set of managed services offers enterprise customers the assurance that important e-mails will not be lost or compromised in the event of an outage. Read More >

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