A TechRepublic poll of business professionals run this week during BlackBerry live indicates that the BlackBerry Q10 may win back converts from iPhone and Android.
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The announcement comes shortly after a scandal at the financial data services company in which reporters were given access to terminal customers' data.
The Pentagon has cleared iPhones and iPads running iOS 6 for use in the U.S. military, just over a week after the U.S. government cleared the software for federal use.
Perhaps there is another reason why Googlers always look so happy all the time besides the free food: job security.
There approximately 6,000 attendees at this year's developer conference, and you can't walk a few steps without bumping into someone sporting the Android-powered specs.
Has the race to secure links in the supply chain begun?
Is the tax rate on money brought in to the United States deterring businesses from investment and expansion?
As computing systems become commoditized, the "profit pools are going to evaporate" for enterprise software vendors, said Whitehurst.
Members of Congress have highlighted privacy concerns over Google Glass and the possible misuse of information.
Approximately 60 percent of apps in Google Play are said to be now using the service at a rate of 17 billion messages sent per day.