Android and Apple's iOS rule the roost, but a bevy of others gun for the number three slot.
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Much like cloud computing and big data, bring your own device has become an irritating buzzword that is being tossed around with unrelenting vigour in the IT industry, but mobility isn't just about BYOD.
A flaw in iOS 7 gives attackers the ability to quietly go through a user's camera roll to delete pictures or, worse, share them with others — even if the device uses a lock screen.
Actually, Apple's forthcoming iOS 7 isn't so much an Android clone as it is a mashup of everyone else's mobile operating systems.
I'm thrilled with my new iPhone 5. Well, with a few exceptions, I'm thrilled.
Banco Santander thinks iZettle will be vital for the success of its small business customers.
Both companies have tied up to unveil a 4.3-inch smartphone named A5, which costs US$134 and will go on sale in mid July.
The folks in Cupertino revolutionized the design of mobile devices. Unfortunately, that comes with a high price in usability.
Analysts are wondering out loud whether iOS 7 and its flatter design will have enough of a new look to drive demand for the iPhone.
After a week of leaks of NSA citizen surveillance and Internet company denials, Violet Blue reports which mobile apps are best for privacy.
BlackBerry could launch a higher-specced successor to the Z10 by November, according to reports.
Mobile applications trust in their operating system to ensure that security is not compromised, but when the operating system itself can be easily broken, the entire mobile security model simply doesn't hold up.
The arrival of mobile computing hasn't altered the laws of economics for developers, a new survey confirms.
Can the open-source, Linux-based Firefox mobile operating system become a mobile-space player? The question is far from answered but Mozilla has a new supporter: major electronics contract manufacturer Foxconn.
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