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For 15 years, the developer has served hundreds of global companies including Bank of America, Sears, eBay and McDonald's. Deals with Heroku and Salesforce.com should accelerate enterprise mobile app delivery.
A mystery device maker has agreed to ship Ubuntu Touch OS smartphones, which will arrive next year.
Dozens of laptops, tablets, and other mobile products come through the door each year for review. These 10 made the best impressions in 2013.
Oppo's 5.9-inch N1 has gone on sale, bidding for a place under the Christmas tree.
The switchoff of analogue TV has been long coming — but with digital spectrum awash in home-shopping channels and the 'digital dividend' falling short of mobile expectations, is it really the success we were led to believe it would be?
The special version of the G Pad 8.3 runs Android 4.4 KitKat and is available now from the Google Play store at $349.99.
The National Australia Bank (NAB)'s technology transformation delivered significant benefits in 2013 – paving the way for even greater change in 2014 as its new CIO takes the reins of one of the country's most ambitious IT transformations.
The Moto G has its drawbacks, but it's well built, and if its features are sufficient for your needs, then it delivers superb value for money. If you're looking to equip a workforce with a basic Android phone, it's arguably the best choice currently available.
Three companies won spectrum for high-speed mobile connectivity, including an unknown company, while one of the biggest telcos came away empty-handed.
CyanogenMod's nearly 10 million users will benefit from newly integrated encrypted SMS feature and can now install an app that lets them take video and audio recordings of their screens.
A patent loss in a German court may lead to trouble for Microsoft's Android strategy.
I cover mobile tech of all types on ZDNet, and it's always interesting to look back to see what got folks' attention.
Aircraft passengers in Europe can expect carriers to permit the use of mobile devices on flights in coming weeks, so long as the devices are operating in 'airplane mode'.
Nokia's rivals fear that the company will begin unfairly milking its patent portfolio, according to the European Commission, but the organisation will be closely observing the former handset maker.