Mobile Category


Report: iPhone Plagued by Infineon Chips

A new report points to Infineon chips as the culprit behind the new Apple iPhone's dropped calls and unpredictable Web links. Read More >

Has the Mobile Web Arrived?

The new iPhone puts the state of the mobile Web under a new spotlight. Read More >

iPhone's Killer App: Software Choices

Empowering users to choose software makes the new iPhone much more than a slick gadget, experts say. Read More >

iPhone Craze: Apple May Sell 1M in First Weekend

Apple looks to play off demand, new markets to make sales of the new iPhone skyrocket. Read More >

BlackBerry Poses No Security Threat, India Says

Despite warnings that BlackBerry devices could be used by militants, India's telecom ministry says it sees no risk. Read More >

New iPhone Could Really Cost $700

The newer, cheaper iPhone won't be as cheap as previously announced. That is, for those who don't pony up for a two-year contract. Read More >

Should Remote Workers Earn More Money?

Experts say the rise in telecommuting and off-site work will lead to increased wage disputes. Read More >

Google Phone Plan Hits Delays

Development, carrier issues trouble the release of the much-hyped gadgets. Read More >

Midtier Firms Set Pace with Mobility

Midmarket businesses use some mobile technologies more than large companies do. But hurdles still exist. Read More >

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 >

Security Tools for Mobile Phones Slow to Take Off

Despite the popularity of BlackBerries and iPhones, software tools have yet to see widespread sales. Read More >

Behind the Census Bureau`s Mobile SNAFU

The U.S. Census Bureau’s flub of a large-scale mobile implementation—the latest in a long line of government IT disasters—sets modernization back a decade. Read More >

IBM to Offer BI Via BlackBerry

Big Blue translates its Cognos acquisition into mobile advantage. 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 >

Research: Web 2.0, Mobile Gain Momentum

Web 2.0 and mobile technologies are gaining momentum in the enterprise. CIOs still lead the emerging technology process, and despite the ailing economy, more than half expect their exploration plans to hold steady. 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 >

Report: RIM`s 3G BlackBerry Faces Delay

Published report says carrier AT&T has concerns about call quality, delaying the release as Apple preps its own high-speed wireless iPhone.   Read More >

Top Firms Sign On to Emerging Mobile Network

Big-name handset and equipment makers agreed to work on licensing framework for Long Term Evolution technology. Read More >

Passengers, You May Use Your Cell Phones

UK regulators approve on-board use for calls and text messages.   Read More >

Mobile Internet Era At Hand

Google sees surge in Web use on hot mobile phones. 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 >

Microsoft Won't Launch iPhone Rival: Report

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

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