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Planning to sell or give away your old iPhone or iPad? Then you'll need to wipe your data off it securely. Here's how to do it without losing any data.
If you're in the US and were hoping to get your hands on a Nexus 6, you're out of luck.
The inclusion of the Motorola brand and devices has propelled Lenovo to being one of the largest smartphone makers worldwide.
The next Project Ara prototype gives developers more space to work with when creating blocks for Google's modular phone.
Microsoft just launched its new Microsoft Health app for iOS, Android, and Windows Phone, but you will need a new Microsoft Band to get started tracking your life.
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...
Sony's mobile unit is due to be led by a new director as the company attempts to turn the failing business around.
The Middle East and North Africa had only 19 million total mobile connections in 2002, but over the past decade the market has grown dramatically. Here's a snapshot of where the market's at today.
For the second consecutive quarter, global smartphone shipments have reached above 300 million units, driven by growing competition between Samsung and Apple, and the combined efforts of Xiaomi, LG, and Lenovo.
The release of the Galaxy Note 4 did not save Samsung from a 49 percent tumble in net profit for the third quarter of 2014, with the tech giant pointing to increased smartphone competition and reduced sale prices for older phones.
Hot on the heels of the launch of Android and Windows Yoga Tablets, Lenovo unveils a 13-inch model running Windows.
Today's digital workplace is constantly inundated with new applications and devices, as tech investment also decentralizes. Top technology leaders are seeking an orderly path to improvement, yet the the way forward remains more turbulent than ever. Fortunately, there are perspectives that can help.
Maybe BlackBerry was never broken to begin with? That's the sentiment flying from the page of the latest memo from the beleaguered mobile company's CEO.
LG Electronics has moved the highest ever number of smartphones for the third quarter of the year thanks to its highly-successful G3 handset and its derivatives, reports ZDNet Korea's Cho Mu-hyun.
The adoption rate for iOS 8 finally breaks the 50 percent barrier, but it's clear that the upgrade pace for this release is far more sluggish than Apple has seen previously.