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Providers of mobile telephony in Brazil are still not managing to deliver improvements in the delivery of data services to users despite being forced to do so by the government, according to official data released today (17).
A TechRepublic poll of business professionals run this week during BlackBerry live indicates that the BlackBerry Q10 may win back converts from iPhone and Android.
Digital coinage like Bitcoin can't do everything a physical coin can do, but that's not stopping people from giving up real money for them. Or are they trading one fake currency for another?
Smartphones today take good quality photos, but you can make them even better with a little editing. This gallery shows the available tools for Android, BlackBerry 10, Windows Phone, and iOS.
While the original Yoga 11 ran Windows RT and was powered by an ARM chip, the new version offers Intel's Ivy Bridge processors and runs either Windows 8 or Windows 8 Pro.
Microsoft shook things up with the interface on Windows 8 designed to work well both with touch and without. It got it half right.
There approximately 6,000 attendees at this year's developer conference, and you can't walk a few steps without bumping into someone sporting the Android-powered specs.
The Japanese phonemaker has ambitious plans to capture an 8 percent share of the Indian smartphone market in its first year, amid growing competition especially from local brands and new Chinese models.
Over the last few months, several IT companies and telcos have launched desktop virtualization, mobility management and enterprise security tools designed for BYOD.
Aruba is looking to combine its enterprise Wi-Fi technology with Meridian's location services to provide context about users and devices.
The very factor that decimated BlackBerry over the past five years is now becoming one of the most important catalysts in its turnaround.
Buyers are unlikely to care about the odd half inch of screen size here or there. These days, only one thing matters: Price.
Telcos need to start developing applications and services if they want to make money from machine-to-machine technology.
There are a lot of portable Bluetooth speaker options available. and I found the Divoom Bluetune Solo to be an excellent choice at a fantastic price. It comes in several attractive colors and even serves as a microphone.
Engineers from the Google Wallet team offer some simple but essential tips for building mobile commerce experiences at I/O 2013.