This week in Windows Phone we heard that developers don't think porting apps has value, Microsoft to control Windows 10 Mobile updates, and LG is back.
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This week in Windows Phone we saw a big new Windows 10 update, heard that porting apps may not be so easy, and the hot Lumia 640 is coming to the US.
It's not exactly Android-style fragmentation, but Windows Phone users are perennially frustrated at carriers dragging their feet on operating system updates. That's all changing with Windows 10 Mobile, the company says. And this time they mean it.
Citrix updated its product line at its flagship conference with a focus on making enterprise apps more accessible on tablets and mobile devices.
This week in Android a report surfaced that showed Android besting iOS in mobile ad revenue. We also saw that the Nexus 9 is not getting updates first, and that Samsung is using Sony camera sensors in the S6 and S6 Edge.
T-Mobile stopped carrying BlackBerry devices last year and as both companies look to future growth, there is a realization that BlackBerry smartphones are important to business customers.
Box unveils its latest platform updates, promising developers the tools they need for everything to build for and scale a mobile-first workforce.
BlackBerry has always been focused on enterprise security and is expanding its offerings with the acquisition of WatchDox. The service will be integrated with BES12 in the near future.
Unveiled ahead of the annual RSA Conference this week, the common thread between these updates maintains a strong emphasis on content shared between employees and mobile devices.
The Indian government has teamed up with Twitter to launch a system that will allow people to receive tweeted updates from the government straight to their mobile phone via SMS.
HTC promised timely updates to the latest Android operating system and it continues to deliver.
Microsoft's Yammer enterprise social-networking team is rolling out new capabilities for Yammer on iOS, OS X and Android devices.
Kevin and Matthew still enjoy chatting about mobile technology after eight years of podcasting. Listen to the show and let them know what you want to hear in 2015.
Updated: Take a tour of BlackBerry's most iconic handsets, from 2000's mobile connectivity-less 957 to the latest crop of BlackBerry 10 devices.
Its kiteworks file-sharing platform extends existing content management systems to smartphones and tablets, while addressing compliance concerns.
Eight months after launching its Enterprise Mobility Suite, how close is Microsoft to enabling users to manage not just devices, but also the apps and data on those devices?
Maybe BlackBerry was never broken to begin with? That's the sentiment flying from the page of the latest memo from the beleaguered mobile company's CEO.
Salesforce's co-founder also clarified that the CRM giant's mobile strategy is focused on iOS, Android, and Windows Phone -- but not Blackberry.
Forrester Research gives BlackBerry props on its enterprise mobility management rankings in contrast to Gartner.
The handset maker has concluded a difficult restructuring process, and says steady growth is now on the horizon.
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