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Mobile E-Mailing Behavior Gets Riskier

More than three in four say they've sent text messages while driving, while others engage in communications in other risky scenarios. Read More >

RIM: Touch-Screen BlackBerry Coming This Fall

BlackBerry maker Research in Motion confirms that touch-screen rival to Apple's iPhone will debut this fall. Read More >

Nokia's iPhone Rival Due This Week

Experts have awaited Nokia's response to Apple's iPhone for more than a year. Read More >

RIM to Launch Touch-Screen BlackBerry Soon

RIM is prepping a new BlackBerry smartphone to compete with Apple's iPhone, according to carrier Verizon Wireless. Read More >

Google Android Phone to Cost $199

The first mobile device running Google's Android operating software will be released in New York on September 23. Read More >

BlackBerry, Not iPhone, Still Rules Smartphone Market

BlackBerry maker RIM almost doubled its market share despite iPhone hype, slowing overall sales. Read More >

Report: Apple CEO Jobs' Life Not in Danger

New York Times columnist reports that Jobs is not suffering from anything life-threatening, which had been a rising concern among investors. Read More >

Steve Jobs' Health Becomes Investor Concern

A newspaper report finds investors concerned about Jobs' thin appearance, sparking fears of complications from or return of cancer. Read More >

Apple Sells 1M New iPhones in First Weekend

Sales meet analyst expectations, sending Apple shares higher. Read More >

Handset Market Growth Slows

Gartner lowers its forecast for cellphone sales as economic slowdown cuts demand. 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 >

Google CEO Talks iPhones, Monopoly Fears

Eric Schmidt on search, corporate ethics and competition. Read More >

Mobility Boosts Worker Productivity, Customer Service

The growth of enterprise mobility helps improve improves customer service and personal productivity. But CIOs say it also creates security and compliance challenges. Read More >

Everything Old Is New Again

The idea of reusable services is not new, and neither are collaboration and communities on the Internet. 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 >

Windows to Get Touch-Screen Controls

Microsoft tries to one-up Apple by adding surface controls to computers. 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 >

FedEx`s CIO on Getting Executive Buy-In

Rob Carter describes how IT can best work with the business to help them understand the power of technology. Read More >

Cell Phones More Important Than Wallets: Survey

Workers say they'd take their mobile phone over other key essentials, according to a new survey. 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 >

Tech to Help End Airport Lines

An airline firm is about to unveil a new system to alleviate security waits. And that's just the beginning.   Read More >

MS: Mobile Business in China Will Double

Microsoft looking to build off past year's success, as the country prepares to launch 3G services.   Read More >

Poll: Apple Brand Has Greatest Impact

Apple affects lives more than any other brand, survey finds, while USA and Microsoft brands seen slipping.   Read More >

Passengers, You May Use Your Cell Phones

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

Motorola to Split into Two Companies

Mobile technology giant cuts money-losing handset division following long, public proxy fight. Read More >

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