A video tour of the portable tech I use on a daily basis, along with some discussion of the modifications I have made to them to make them better suited to the task.
The perceived premium price may be worth it for those that prefer Android thanks to the hardware keyboard and BlackBerry's rich security-minded heritage.
The former darling of the smartphone world is bringing the best of its security heritage to Google Android at a time where data privacy and safety are in the spotlight.
Looking to get in on Google's Project Fi mobile service sooner rather than later? Now's your chance. Businesses might even save money with the triple-network coverage.
Similar to Apple's Continuity feature, AT&T will eventually route calls and messages from your phone number to all of your connected devices including phones, tablets, smartwatches and perhaps cars.
Fear of carrier commitment? No problem. Apple now sells SIM-free, unlocked iPhone 6s and 6s Plus handsets; a great option for business travelers and SIM switchers.
Tech Pro Research's latest survey shows that the Bring Your Own Device movement is growing at a fast pace, with a solid wearables and IoT component among some BYOD plans.
As expected, Nexus devices get to taste Marshmallow first. The final version is now available and Google is holding an Android for Work event to help enterprises better understand the features.
Enterprise and BYOD users beware - upgrading to iOS 9 can break your ability to access VPNs.
It's about time: Those "open access" requirements on Verizon go back to the 2008 auction for 700 MHz spectrum.
Need two-factor, biometric authentication for apps and data on mobile devices? Sensory's TrulySecure was just certified by the FIDO Alliance as safe and secure.
Blackphone 2, a follow up to last year's phone for encrypted data and communications, arrives in September but you can request sales information now.
The time looks finally right for a larger iPad with high-resolution display for enterprises and power users.
With all four U.S carriers rumored to carry the sliding keyboard phone, it surely would have to run Android. Perhaps that's not a bad thing.
Carrying two phones and managing text message accounts on both can be a drag. Why not mirror messages between the two for simplicity and convenience?
While the bring-your-own-X trend has swung back and forth in IT, applications have long been more challenging to lock down than devices. Collaboration is now one of the most significant areas where user-led IT is growing.
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