From Gartner to IDC to In-Stat to Morgan Stanley to DisplaySearch to Oppenheimer, here are the market forecasts for tablets like the iPad -- sliced and diced for your analytical pleasure.
Mobile is more than flashy gadgets. It's about brilliant apps, useful tools and sound strategies for your enterprise to get the most out of them. Diarmuid Mallon interprets and analyzes the latest mobile trends.
Diarmuid Mallon is the Lead, Global Marketing Solutions & Programs – Mobile, which includes the SAP Mobile Services division and SAP Mobile solutions. He has worked in the mobile industry since 1996. Follow him here at UberMobile and @diarmuidmallon.
Apple and Unisys may seem like a baffling partnership for bringing the iPad and iPhone to the enterprise and government markets. But Unisys does bring a number of important things to this marriage.
SAP had already made headlines last month when its CIO Oliver Bussmann disclosed plans to deploy as many as 17,000 iPads within the 48,000-employee company. But SAP won't go Apple-only, as Bussmann plans for SAP to be fully "device-agnostic" on tablets.
Akamai Technologies' updated list of user mobile browsing speeds by carrier and country shows the U.S. lagging behind many developing nations.
Few tech companies are like FaceBook or Apple, getting gobs of attention from the media. Instead, most focus on cultivating active-but-insular ecosystems of end users, developers and partners.
You won't find a more influential group of mobile insiders than the keynote audience from last week's CTIA conference in San Francisco. It's a Star Chamber of the telecom elite, without the star-shaped room.
Microsoft won't bring out Windows Phone 7 for tablets, despite its strong reviews. Instead it will push Windows 7. Here are five theories why it made that call.
Motorola gave me a video demo of four of their latest Android smartphones. Check it out in this 7-minute short.
British comedian and actor Stephen Fry is a huge fan of Linux and Apple who has taken Microsoft to task in the past. But he found a lot to love in the latest Windows Phone 7.
Motorola is spreading its bets on a half-dozen new Android smartphones as it seeks to regain its Razr-era glory days. At CTIA earlier this week, one of their reps showed me two phones:- The flagship Droid Pro running Android 2.