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Android breaking up taxi monopoly

The former head of Australia's corporate watchdog has identified smartphones and mobile applications as a way to boost competition in the taxi industry, and one cashed-up start-up has developed an Android-based device for drivers.

October 18, 2011 by

Windows 8 Developer Preview

Windows 8 introduces a new interface, Metro, with an 'immersive' look-and-feel that's designed to scale from smartphones to desktops. It's still pre-beta, but developers now have the tools to start creating applications and services to exploit it.

September 13, 2011 by

Gizmox cross platform application delivery simplified

 As organizations examine ways to make it possible for users of smartphones, tablets and other mobile systems to access corporate applications, they run into a significant culture shock. The tools corporate developers know and love are seldom those used to create mobile applications.

July 18, 2011 by

Citrix: Seamless desktop virtualization

If your organization wants to offer access to applications and data to users of smartphones, tablets, thin clients, laptops and desktop systems simply and easily, XenDesktop from Citrix has the tools you need.

May 24, 2011 by

Lenovo puts focus on smartphones and tablets

Lenovo has formed a new business division called the Mobile Internet and Digital Home Business Group that will focus on developing the company's internet-focused devices such as tablets and smartphones, the company announced on Tuesday.As well as portable devices, the MIDH group will be responsible for newly formed categories such as cloud computing, smart TV and the digital home, as well as the applications and services that will run on the devices.

January 19, 2011 by

Survey says...mobility tied to cloud computing

Several recent surveys that have come across my desk appear to indicate that intelligent mobile devices are rapidly sneaking into organizations and introducing numbers of business and IT decision makers to various forms of cloud computing. CRM, collaborative applications, document storage, travel and other important workloads can be accessed by smartphones, tablets as well as more traditional laptop computers.

October 7, 2010 by

BlackBerry restrictions frustrate senators

Senators have raised concerns with restrictions on their government-issued BlackBerry smartphones. The devices have the Global Positioning System (GPS) disabled, the phone is locked after short periods of time, and there are blocks on the installation of applications.

June 2, 2010 by

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