How wireless carriers, machine-to-machine connections and new devices affect corporate productivity.
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The Dubike could navigate, monitor riders' health, and allow them to build up their own social networks.
Not everyone wants an iPad. For those looking for an alternative, here are a half-dozen sales to consider.
Samsung's latest large screen smartphone offers a unique experience that has made me more efficient. The second edge display looks great and offers more than you might think at first.
Time to take a look at what makes Google's new Nexus 6 tick.
This year will see the first full year of decline in iPad shipments, according to new figures, sending a signal to the rest of the tablet market.
Our BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) Policy describes the steps your employees must take when connecting personal devices to the organization's systems and networks. The purpose of the BYOD Policy is...
The "global number of addressable wrists" could be the market opportunity for Apple Watch, argues one analyst.
The Sonim XP7 is an Android smartphone that you can take with you on your adventures and know it will survive the elements. The extremely long battery life also assures you make it through the weekend.
If you're worried you're getting a little too attached to your smartphone, one telco is offering its customers an app for switching off.
Microsoft has yet to launch a single flagship model across all major US wireless carriers in the history of Windows Phone. Their focus on the low- to mid-range market may be part of why Windows Phone market share remains low.
Buyers and users of business tablets in Europe report productivity increases of 30 to 33 percent, but over two-thirds remain less than completely satisfied with the tablet experience.
Getting back into mobile might make a lot of sense for the telecoms giant, says analyst.
BlackBerry has a few Black Friday deals worth considering, including a way to trade in your iPhone and receive bonus value if you purchase a Passport.
Telstra has switched on its 700MHz band '4GX' network in Melbourne, just days after Vodafone rolled out its own 4GX network capability in the city.
Are IT departments being crushed by increasing digital business demands? A survey of 470 IT professionals suggests this may be the case.