Ford CEO Mark Fields talks about the automaker's aim to be a mobility company, valuing data, robotic cars and what a large company can learn from Tesla's success.
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Ford's big data and mobility experiments set the stage for positioning the automaker more as a software and systems outfit. Ford is a good example of how every company is now a technology company.
Smart Commercial Solar (SCS) uses mobility to keep ahead in a fast paced industry, where government, market and technology are always changing.
SoftBank has led a $50 million financing round, securing investment in enterprise mobile firm Kony Inc.
Pushpay adds text message marketing to its mobile payments technology stack.
Opera is stepping up its European presence with its latest acquisition.
Appixia's platform enables retailers to create native mCommerce applications for Apple iOS and Android devices.
Vodafone is looking to take Sure Signal into businesses with the launch of beefed up version of the femotcell service.
By switching to ServiceMax in the cloud to manage its technicians, Paramount Assets can reconcile repair and maintenance visits far more quickly.
The electronics giant says that it will expand its small contract manufacturing business, giving the firm a revenue boost in the wake of dwindling PC sales.
The biography of Jorma Ollila, CEO of Nokia during its stratospheric rise, offers glimpses from inside the company as it underwent massive change.
We sit down with Ron Rock, chief executive of enterprise mobility company Point.io.
Having a mobile app doesn't mean a company is truly taking advantage of the mobility boom, and those that continue to do so will be left behind, according to IBM.
Is BlackBerry on its last legs or set to emerge as a leading enterprise mobility management company? Customers are mixed on the company's prospects.
Are voice commands coming to Facebook's mobile apps? A new acquisition lends to the idea.
Mobile data fiends can carry this bag around and fully charge their phone up to four times a day.
Thorsten Heins, CEO of BlackBerry, tried to recast the company narrative around enterprise mobility management instead of devices.
Traditional console game companies such as Microsoft, Sony and Nintendo need to address the growing popularity of mobile games, or face the prospect of being irrelevant like Atari.
China Mobile Communications Corporation is tightening up its accounting practices after a national audit found "weaknesses" relating to inflated sales and unaccountable receipts.
Asia's small and midsize businesses, in particular, need to do more to capitalize on the boom in mobile devices such as through mobile-optimized sites and location-based marketing.
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