How wireless carriers, machine-to-machine connections and new devices affect corporate productivity.
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HTC continues to round out their smartphone profile with a new Desire designed to bring LTE to those who cannot afford a high end smartphone.
IT people who were previously used to managing desktops are being forced to change their skill sets to remain relevant for the increasingly mobile world to handle new applications — a trend that is working out in their favour.
Kobo's upcoming Aura H20 adds an element to ebook readers that I am sure many of have wanted, but have never yet seen implemented.
A larger iPad may seem uninspiring to some, as the existing line-up of tablets begins to stagnate in sales figures. But there are three reasons why it might make sense.
Latest research figures suggest Amazon sold a meager 35,000 handsets of its flagship smartphone since it first launched. A tepid debut, or a frosty winter ahead?
Due to the rise of to the BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) movement, the lines have blurred between company and personal owned devices; business work is now routinely performed on each. Examples...
Previously a proud Amazon EC2 customer, the visual effects provider is also moving over to Google Cloud Platform.
According to a new report, the entire app ecosystem is being driven by about one-third of smartphone owners, with seven percent of owners downloading nearly half of all the apps.
On day two of VMworld 2014, VMware strengthens ties to Google and Microsoft Windows while beefing up its Desktop-as-a-Service offerings worldwide.
Find out what kit I carry around on a daily basis. This is the gear that helps me to get my work done, carry my important data, and stay connected to the web.
New research foresees BlackBerry falling behind Windows Phone, but Android and iOS remain the dominant platforms in a consumer-oriented smartphone market.
The chipmaker may end up facing two antitrust probes if EU officials get their way.
As efforts to monetise the social media platform continue, Twitter has expanded its advertising program to a further 12 countries.
LG's sneak peak video last week showed a G3 with a stylus that we thought would be a direct Note 4 competitor, but that turned out not to be the case.
Would you make use of a fitness wearable and consent to sharing that data with employers and insurers if that meant cheaper health insurance premiums?