With consumer iPad growth tapping out, Apple needs to do the unthinkable to push into line of business applications and vertical markets.
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Microsoft, Apple and Google have all made big announcements at their developer conferences. What do they mean for developers and how we design and build applications?
Google chose broad mix of industry segments to develop enterprise applications for Glass, ranging from medical and media to sports and entertainment.
The company created four applications in six months through Appirio's crowdsourced development community, including a Google Glass solution for access control.
Today's tablet landscape is dominated by Apple's iPad and Android devices from Samsung, Google and others, with Windows-based tablets from Microsoft and its partners making recent inroads on the market. But where did all these tablets spring from?
As we approach the end of the year, there continue to be new mobile device announcements. Kevin and I have been using a few new devices and enjoyed chatting about them on the show.
No amount of new shiny tablets from Cupertino are going to change the fact that the iPad and its iCloud are unsuitable for the future of real enterprise applications.
Apple makes premium products, but those looking for a small tablet may want to seriously consider the Google Nexus 7 at nearly half the cost of comparable iPad mini with Retina display devices.
Where is that new iPad Mini? Google and friends are giving Apple a serious run for its money.
Google Maps 2.0 for iOS includes iPad support, live traffic and road incident reports (Update: offline map mode, too)
Google tonight released an update to Google Maps for iOS making it a universal app that now supports the iPad's native resolution. Finally.
Google has found a fix for a vulnerability in Android's security model that could allow attackers to convert 99 percent of all applications into Trojan malware.
You may not think Google Glass has any practical applications in the enterprise — not yet, anyway — but one U.S. firm is working on disproving the naysayers by bringing a range of enterprise apps to the search giant's wearable technology by early 2014.
What if your company required every employee to wear Google Glass? Some of the potential applications could include quality and safety checks, security, and note-taking.
The North Carolina company, which became a Google Apps Premier SMB Reseller in July 2012, now brokers cloud services and applications for more than 100 regional internet service providers.
Microsoft chairman Bill Gates believes that iPad users are "frustrated". His solution to this frustration is Microsoft's Surface and Surface Pro tablets, which come with a keyboard, and more importantly, the Office suite of applications.
Google Now is one of the best features of the Android platform, and it is now available for iOS devices.
Here are 10 things to know about the Google Glass program for developers, consumers, businesses and everyone interested in the search giant's next big thing.
Microsoft is reportedly delaying a launch of Office for the iPad and Android to late next year. That may be too late with Google poised to take Office customers.
Twilio scores a major win as it moves into a prime position along the development process for applications hosted on the Google App Engine.
A quiet change in the logo requirements for new Windows 8 devices allows Microsoft's hardware partners to build new devices that would compete with popular 7- and 8-inch tablets like the iPad Mini, Kindle Fire HD, and Google Nexus 7. Could a Microsoft Reader be just around the corner?
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