As Microsoft continues its transition to more of a mobile first, cloud first vendor, its traditional Windows and Office licensing businesses are feeling the impact, as its Q2 FY 2015 numbers show.
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As we look at how software will be evolving, traditional PC applications and mobile apps have some substantial differences, key among them the depth and flexibility traditional applications offer that are often an anathema to mobile users.
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With no solid business productivity apps, as well as continually perpetuating the 'toxic hellstew', Google's mobile OS is still missing from my personal tech stable two years after I abandoned it. But there's some hope for it yet.
Chinese internet company inks new partnership with local smartphone maker to produce a new range of mobile devices, branded under the existing Dazen name, which will be distributed primarily online.
The US chip maker is pouring an additional $40 million into four Chinese companies and a venture fund to stay ahead of the game in mobile and emerging technologies.
The tech titans chose to tailor their initial batch of apps to enterprise customers in banking, retail, insurance, financial services, transportation and government.
Websites and apps should load faster from Google search for users of Chrome for Android following moves to prioritise slow-loading resources.
While 16GB iPhone models are popular with consumers, that's not enough memory to store all your photos, apps, and games. With T-Mobile you can get a 64GB iPhone 6 for the price of a 16GB model.
Millions will take part in Black Friday deals this Friday and many of these shoppers will have their smartphone in hand. Google updated their mobile search results to help make your day successful.
Chinese developers are now able to make money by selling their apps on the Google Play Store, with the internet giant announcing that it is extending its app store merchant support to the country.
A new survey found that retail lags behind other industries in developing apps that satisfy the consumer, making it more difficult for retailers to get their slice of the $14.5 billion mobile shopping pie.
Client-facing applications had once been freed of underlying hardware and operating systems. Now the pendulum is swinging back.
A new index from the mobile security provider also suggests that iOS has regained its enterprise share from Android, accounting for 69 percent of enterprise device activations.
Chinese hardware maker clocks a 19 percent increase in profit on revenues totaling US$10.5 billion in the second quarter, shipping a "record" 35.6 million devices. But sales from its mobile division drop 6 percent.
Google is taking a mobile first approach with its latest set of dramatic revisions for Calendar.
The five-year-old New York company has raised close to $65 million to translate Web sites and mobile apps more quickly and cost-effectively.
A survey of IT managers finds that half report backlogs of at least 10 mobile apps.
Officials from China's National Internet Information Office said the department will initiate specific plans to regulate the fast development of mobile applications in the country.
Intel's investment unit distributes the first batch of its US$100 million China Smart Device Innovation Fund to several Chinese companies including EyeSmart Technology and Shenzhen Fibocom Industrial Development.
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