Microsoft looks to be readying two more new productivity apps: A cloud clipboard called OneClip, and a Windows Phone version of its Revolve calendar-contact manager mash-up.
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Look for Apple to debut Home, an iOS app to gather up and configure HomeKit products on your iPhone or iPad. But will it be the app to control them too?
Relatively low Windows Phone market share is the main reason: There's not enough there to justify the effort. But what about for one billion Windows 10 devices?
Microsoft is continuing to roll out monthly updates for its Intune device-management service. Here's what's in the batch for May.
This week in iOS news we saw the release of a Lightning cable with ethernet on the other end, Office got support for working with iCloud, and Duet Display now does Windows.
Privacy-guarding, peer-to-peer Bleep now available for iOS, Android, Mac, and Windows.
The investments are the latest in Microsoft's nine-month push to expand its network of underwater fiber optics, which it intends to use to support its growing portfolio of cloud services.
Good Technology finds that iPhone 6 is lifting Apple's iOS in the enterprise, but the tablet market is diversifying.
This week in iOS we had reports of iPhones getting Android users to switch in the EU, that the iPhone 6 Plus is grabbing tablet sales, and that the Kindle app may be draining iPhone and iPad batteries.
While it's easy to connect an iPhone or iPad to a Wi-Fi network, Ethernet-only networks have been a no-go zone... until now.
Bushel is a cloud-based Mobile Device Management (MDM) for the Mac, iPhone, iPad and iPod devices. You can put your Apple devices under Bushel's MDM and still let them shine.
Mophie is known for making popular iPhone battery cases. The new Spacestation offers iOS users power on the go with additional storage capability while Android owners just get limited file access.
Microsoft's Azure Stack combines elements of the Azure and Windows Server operating system platforms into a new offering for private cloud customers and hosting providers.
Porting an Android or iOS app to Windows looks easy if this video showing how Project Astoria works is any indication. Is Microsoft over-promising to developers?
Another month has passed and it's time to look back on the top stories on ZDNet Mobile News. Stories that struck a chord with readers included one about Windows tablets being better for work than iPads and Android tablets, and another with a simple way to stretch iPhone battery life.
How can there be a future for Windows on smartphones and tablets when Microsoft is encouraging developers to bring its apps from Apple and Google's ecosystem?
Microsoft is enabling Android and iOS apps to come to Windows 10 phones. Here's how this will work.
Singapore telco is deploying software-defined networking technology over the next two years with key vendors, Cisco Systems and Huawei, which it says will result in an "open, cloud-based" network.
The social network is adding video calling, setting up face-to-face conversations between friends on mobile phones running either iOS or Android.
Microsoft's Service Fabric will target first ISVs and startups building public cloud applications, and later come to Windows Server and Linux.
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