How wireless carriers, machine-to-machine connections and new devices affect corporate productivity.
Articles about Mobility
LinkedIn already has a few familiar names signed up for Content Partners, including The Atlantic and Bloomberg.
Moves, made by the Finnish startup ProtoGeo Oy, thrusts Facebook into the fitness-tracking market. The app has been downloaded more than 4 million times by Apple and Android users.
As part of the US giant it may be tempting for Nokia to focus on chasing success in its new home market. But if it wants to be the 'devices plus services' giant of tomorrow, it needs to be looking elsewhere.
An Australian National University researcher has accidentally uncovered a cheap way to turn a smartphone into a high-resolution microscope.
The company says the new tablet PCs, which start at $5,299, exceed the typical ruggedized standards and feature improved sunlight-readable displays.
Verizon's enterprise business struggled, but the company says it's ramping up cloud efforts. Verizon had five weeks of the first quarter with full ownership of Verizon Wireless.
Salesforce plans a limited beta of Salesforce1 Service SOS, which takes Amazon's Mayday concept and makes it available to enterprises. Can companies get their operational act together to support it?
This ultrathin keyboard cover for the iPad Air by Anker can compete with the big accessory makers and at half the price.
Along with a raft of bug fixes and general improvements, Apple's iOS 7.1.1 also seems to bring with it better battery life for the iPhone.
Microsoft's move to put Office on non-Windows tablets could improve attach rates for Qualcomm's LTE chips. Or so Qualcomm hopes.
Which streets offer speeds 30 times slower than Britain's average of 17.8Mbps?
Can wearable computing be saved when its users are Glassholes?
The chip maker beat analyst estimates of $1.22 a share by 9 cents, but fell short of the $6.48 billion revenue consensus.
Zynga also slipped in a few other new hires alongside the Pincus announcement.
UPDATED: Mark Zuckerberg boasted that the contributions of Whatsapp could make it as ubiquitous as Facebook one day.