Rio Tinto is soon due to complete a seven-year project that has seen the company connect its fixed and mobile assets to take advantage of predictive analytics.
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Finnish smartphone startup Jolla has rekindled efforts to find OEMs to build Sailfish OS devices and is eyeing a space as a European security-focused mobile comms company.
Vodafone Australia has signed an agreement with video-streaming Nine-Fairfax joint venture Stan to provide video services to its mobile customers as the company launches shared plans.
Microsoft has opened up a first public preview of its real-time mobile analytics service that is based on technology it acquired with its purchase of Capptain last year.
Vodafone Hutchison Australia's turnaround strategy is working to stem its customer losses for the first time in four years, with the company seeing its customer loss rate dropping to 46,000 for 2014.
Is Microsoft looking to Android vendors like Cyanogen and Samsung to give the Redmond company a leg up in the mobile space?
While boasting "great success" with native advertising since 2013, Yahoo's CEO admitted "we had to reinvent ourselves" to be a "mobile application company" kept afloat by display ads.
Cyanogen, the company that backs the popular CyanogenMod alternative Android firmware, wants to take on Apple and Google for mobile operating system domination.
Standard Chartered bank partnered with startup, Premise Data, to improve financial indices. It's totally modern enterprise story.
The team behind photo backup and sharing mobile platform Odysee is set to join Google+ after the search giant acquired the San Jose-based company for an undisclosed amount.
For some third party apps, a partnership with Google Now will be a mobile boon. Others won't be so lucky. Time will tell.
Samsung execs talk about what the company has planned for 2015 as it gears up to prepare for what may be its toughest time in recent years.
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.
The company's flagship cyber intelligence app is now available for mobile devices, allowing the enterprise real-time insights into cybersecurity trends and risks.
I spent most of my CES time in the emerging company section titled "Eureka," hoping for lightning to strike. It didn't. But this year's CES points to a much brighter and innovative future.
Mobile gear is best when it's functioning properly, and the new year is a good time to get it working smoothly.
Numbers from UBS suggest China accounts for 35 percent of iPhones sold worldwide, marking the first time the smartphone has moved more units in the country than the U.S. market.
Samsung's fourth quarter preliminary sales show the mobile unit may be improving, but the company will need to provide applications with real Internet of things intelligence if it wants to smooth out the feast or famine hardware business.
On the first day of each month, two widely quoted analytics companies publish detailed charts purporting to account for worldwide browser and operating system usage. In recent months, their numbers have been comically erratic. Is it time to retire these inaccurate reports?
With this year winding down, it's time for James Kendrick to look into the crystal ball to see what might happen in the mobile space in 2015.
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