How wireless carriers, machine-to-machine connections and new devices affect corporate productivity.
Articles about Mobility
The new Amazon Fire phone is targeted towards consumers and buying through the Amazon Prime service. However, if you want to bring it into the office, there is enough support to help you get work done too.
Mobility and BYOD are both putting pressure on IT to break out of established, proven patterns. Dell's Sean Wisdom suggests an individual-centric set of approaches.
The LG G3 is an elegant high-end Android smartphone with a superb 5.5-inch screen, a high-quality 13-megapixel main camera, a fast quad-core SoC, intelligent UI skinning and an admirably restrained set of software extras.
In 2012, the Library of Congress ruled that you couldn't unlock your cell phone from your carrier without their permission. Congress has finally passed a law that will make it legal again.
The C720 is one of the first Chromebooks to ship with an Intel Core i3 processor. We go hands on to see if all the excitement is justified.
Canonical has recently focused attention on the convergence of desktop and mobile operating systems, while Microsoft, Apple and Google are all exploring ways of harmonising the smartphone/tablet...
Cupertino has reportedly added two new companies to its stable, both offering to improve its recommendations services.
The advantages of working at home, far away from the distractions of the office, are many. But it's not always a rose garden, and these tips will help those working at home make the most of it.
The Apple-Beats deal is expected to close during the current quarter, ending mid-September.
Fast-forwarding from a disappointing IPO in 2012 to the present, Facebook has made it up to shareholders and then some.
When you workout and listen to music, there is nothing as frustrating as earphones that fall out. Decibullz solved that with their custom mold earphones.
The new notebook is the first major design win for AMD's new budget mobile chip.
While on the outside the Fire Phone is sleek and smooth, according to iFixit the inside is "a veritable mess of cables, connectors, and glue." For anyone thinking of buying a Fire Phone with the idea of repairing it if something goes wrong, the iFixit verdict on this is simple – don't buy it.
If you’ve been around for a while, odds are you have fond memories of one BlackBerry or another.
IBM and Apple may be resisting Android's dominance for now, but resistance is futile. A potent mix of flexibility, diversity and low-cost lets Android be whatever it needs to be -- for any business.