The tablet market is still sucking wind, but devices with wireless data plans are expected to gain share.
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Microsoft completes the trifecta with the full release of Office Lens for Android joining iOS and Windows Phone products.
General Wireless should be bound by RadioShack's previous promises not to sell or rent customer data collected, but the future landscape is going to change. Data is a company's primary asset.
New wireless access points designed around the 802.11ac Wave 1 and Wave 2 standards cater for high traffic volumes and fast data rates.
Smartphone health care is becoming a big business, with the global venture capital community pumping almost $300 million into the sector in Q1 2015, and the likes of Apple, Google, Microsoft, and the FDA all helping to facilitate its rapid rise.
Justice Dept. has "not changed" position, despite the tech industry's hope that the new attorney general would rethink undoing years worth of Silicon Valley's privacy protections.
Collecting data is one thing, using it right is something else: Microsoft's out to showcase how to turn data into information at its shindig this week in Israel.
Adobe rolled out a series of initiatives designed to bolster its cornerstone clouds, including a partnership that links data from Microsoft's Dynamic CRM with Marketing Cloud.
New Azure Data Warehouse offering finally offers competition to Amazon Redshift. Azure Data Lake and new scaling models for Azure SQL Database round out the offerings.
In the post-Snowden era, how do American cloud companies deal with business customers who are nervous about unauthorized access to corporate data? Microsoft's answer is more encryption and tighter access restrictions.
The Microsoft Band is a powerful wearable device and Microsoft continues to enhance its capabilities. May is National Bike Month so offering more bike tracking services now is perfect timing.
After selling its smartphone business to Microsoft, Nokia is planning a return to the market. Google's Android software makes the most sense for the new phones.
The figures are from the Microsoft Vulnerabilities Report by UK-based security firm Avecto, in which the company pulled data from every Patch Tuesday issued by Microsoft in 2014.
Fancy picking up a new Samsung Galaxy S6 or S6 Edge smartphone but don't want to pay Samsung prices for the wireless charging system? Fear not! There are alternatives starting at less than $15.
Microsoft has released yet another low-end device that it hopes will charm smartphone buyers who might otherwise have opted for a budget Android handset.
Microsoft said it will launch the Azure IoT Suite and couple it with Windows 10 IoT with the goal to become a linchpin in various machine data deployments.
Microsoft is seeking a US ban on sales of several Kyocera Android smartphones that it contends violates its patents.
Microsoft continues to plug away at its Sway app, which could highlight the future of Office.
Sweden's Ikea has released furniture with Qi standard wireless charging to do away with those smartphone cables.
Which apps are hogging space, consuming mobile data, and sucking the life out of your Android smartphone?
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