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Most tablets are used for consuming content, not creating it — and while adding a keyboard fixes some of that, it brings with it even more challenges.
It is tough for manufacturers to get timely Android updates to their devices (Apple has no problem for some reason) and Galaxy S III owners likely won't be seeing the update anytime soon.
You could call cloud comms company Twilio component as a service. But whatever it is, it's mixing cloud and on-premises with mobile, and letting users work with developers on next-generation business tools.
It's time for CIOs to rise up against the conventional wisdom of feeds and speeds to become true leaders. That's the only way to avoid four threats that can lead to CIO suicide.
Backup storage is becoming more important for small- and medium-sized businesses, Iomega says. A new pair of NAS devices aim to make that case.
The new BlackBerry Enterprise Service (BES) release goes all-in on mobile device management. But does it have what it takes to succeed in a crowded MDM market?
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...is about 400 years old. And marketers at Silicon Valley startups are working themselves into a tizzy over it.
The ARM server specialist plans to release a new 32-bit server next year, then will follow this in 2014 with a 64-bit capable server.
The cloud-based point-of-sale application can be run on anything from a smartphone to traditional store checkout hardware.
The threat of further delays to the UK's 800MHz spectrum auction and the subsequent rollout of LTE services has passed, according to a letter from the head of telecoms regulator Ofcom.
Region's large mobile user base is helping companies to develop innovative mobile products and services, and this might eventually help Asia leapfrog its western counterpart to be the main innovation hub.
Verizon activated 3.1 million iPhones in the quarter and 21 percent of them were LTE. The company activated 3.4 million Android phones and 3 million were 4G LTE.
The Finnish handset maker points to a 'tough' transition for smart devices as it reports a 19 percent fall in third-quarter revenue year-on-year, though it notes the pain would be worse if not for cost cuts.
The region is an easier market for entrepreneurs to find their feet partly because of the opportunity gaps and the option to leverage social media, such as Facebook and Twitter, which are blocked in China.
MicroStrategy discusses a few of the trends driving companies to deploy cloud-based business intelligence solutions and what the company is doing to make BI easy and accessible to its customers.
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