Articles about Mobility
Some 6.76 million new customers signed up for the service last year, says research
The big news in iOS this week reported that Apple had a huge quarter selling iPhones, the Smart Cover may do more in the future, and the newly released version of iOS deals with a big issue.
Big news this week in Android: Cyanogen wants to take Android from Google, Microsoft rolled out Office and Outlook for Android, and LibreOffice to hit soon.
Mobile giant Vodafone has delivered some real transparency in its latest global tax report. It's a shame it's so twisted and self-serving.
For some third party apps, a partnership with Google Now will be a mobile boon. Others won't be so lucky. Time will tell.
On the CNET stage at CES 2015, Jeff Jenkins (COO of APX Labs), Dan Ledger (Principal with Endeavour Partners) and Ayse Ildeniz (VP of Intel's new devices group) talked with TechRepublic about wearable...
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Unlike regular cookies, the code from a supercookie is designed to evade the deleting capabilities in common browsers.
The year is off to a busy start with things moving fast in the mobile space. James Kendrick has covered it all and here you'll find his top reviews, news, and insightful analysis for Jan. 2015.
UK broadcaster and fixed line player Sky will launch a mobile service in 2016 off the back of Telefonica's infrastructure.
The tech industry loves the Samsung vs. Apple storyline. It's more like the Samsung vs. Apple and a bunch of smaller but dangerous Chinese smartphone makers.
Jolla is taking a second crack at its Indiegogo campaign that crowdfunded its first tablet into existence.
Canada's telecommunications regulator has moved to outlaw billing practices by telcos that exempt their own online media content from data caps while including data costs for downloads and streaming from competing content providers.
UPDATED: Amazon will start breaking out AWS results starting with the first quarter earnings report of 2015.
Concepts such as Network as a Service are catching hold as external networks move off their on-premises hardware base.
Nevertheless, IDC analysts traced "a significant slowdown compared to 2013."
Want to get more out of your iPhone or iPad? Here are a selection of tips and tricks to help you unlock more from iOS 8.1.
The Fitbit Charge is the best daily activity tracker for the masses and Fitbit sets the bar for its powerful ecosystem and reliable tracker lineup.
Microsoft markets the power of Office in your hands with the Surface Pro 3, but with SoftMaker Office HD for Android you can get desktop-level functionality on your Android tablet too.
Cable? Satellite? Who needs 'em! The top Internet video services can give you more than enough entertainment.
Sony continues to launch unique mobile designs with a focus on helping you manage your life in any environmental condition.
Finding a good keyboard case for the iPad Air can turn Apple's tablet into a great solution for work. After testing dozens of them, I've found these to be the best of the lot.
The premium Android tablet from Dell is thinner than the iPad Air 2 and lighter than the iPad mini.
Joe Belfiore delivers first look at universal Windows apps across all devices. Plus: Glimpses of Cortana and Spartan browser.
The Chromebook space is becoming crowded with lots of models to choose from. Here's our picks of the top models in each available screen size.
Google has released an update to its Translate app for mobile devices. We have made a side by side comparison with the Microsoft Translator app so you can compare and decide which is best.
Sony continues to launch high end Android devices and companion accessories. The sleek Z3 Tablet Compact is a bit expensive, but the media experience is tough to beat.
Microsoft expanded access to its Office preview for Android and in this screenshot gallery Matthew takes a look at it and several alternatives.
I've used dozens of keyboards for the iPad Air; this is without a doubt the best.
The biggest tech expo of the year drew to an end with some remarkably strange, weird, and in some cases entirely pointless gadgets, gizmos, and technologies.
It's rare to find an Android smartphone with a traditional hardware phone keypad, but Matthew has spent the last few weeks with one designed for the extreme work environment.
Join host Rob O'Neill for a ZDNet webinar featuring an in-depth discussion on mobility systems and deployments.
Attendees from businesses big and small, and from a variety of industry sectors, came away with an increased sense of the centrality of customer experience, and the need to apply technology and talent to deliver.
At CES 2014, ZDNet interviewed Huawei CMO Shao Yang and talked about next generation wireless networks, phablets, and the future of mobile innovation. Watch the full 10-minute interview.
ZDNet interviewed Ford CTO Paul Mascarenas at CES 2014 and discussed the new generation of apps for the car, the integration of solar power into electric vehicles, self-driving cars, and more. Here's the video.
ZDNet gathered several market players in a roundtable discussion held in Singapore, and asked if organizations in Asia were doing enough today to support bring-your-own-device adoption.
case study Adopting mobile videoconferencing has helped raise productivity and collaboration for Mydin Mohamed Holdings, which runs retail chain in Malaysia.
Dell's Inspiron 13 7000 Series supports laptop and tablet modes, and shines in the screen and storage departments. We're less impressed with its build quality and battery life, though, and would appreciate an Ethernet port.
The second-generation two-screen YotaPhone is a much more polished handset than the original, but it lacks storage expansion and is on the expensive side.
If you're thinking of buying a new e-reader this Christmas, consider Amazon's high-resolution Kindle Voyage. Just be aware of the premium price tag.
The Nexus 9 is the first tablet to run Android 5.0 (Lollipop) and offers excellent performance plus impressive sound quality. There are drawbacks, though, including some build quality issues, a tendency to run warm and a premium price.
The 2014 Moto X is nicely designed and solidly built, has a great 5.2-inch AMOLED screen, performs superbly, and delivers a range of useful Moto 'experiences' on top of an otherwise uncluttered Android OS. Limited internal storage capacity and lack of MicroSD expansion are our main concerns.
The iPad Air 2's performance enhancements will appeal to those who run graphically demanding apps, although Apple's quest for thinness comes at the cost of reduced battery capacity. Last year's iPad Air remains a good option, but the Air 2 will be the power user's choice.
The iPhone 6 Plus delivers better battery life than the smaller iPhone 6, along with superb design and solid build quality. If money were no object, we'd choose the 5.5-inch model over its 4.7-inch sibling.
Need an anti-spying solution designed to lock down your messages and protect your privacy? One smartphone case maker promises as much, but only proves a fraction of its claims.
BlackBerry's Passport is a striking business-focused handset with plenty of plus points, including a 4.5-inch, 1:1 aspect-ratio screen, a clever QWERTY keyboard and superb battery life.
Lenovo's Yoga 3 Pro ultrabook, which is based on a 14nm Intel Broadwell platform, makes an impressive debut.
The 4.7-inch iPhone 6 and iOS 8 offer enough new functionality to entice existing iPhone owners to invest in an upgrade, and there's plenty to attract converts to the iPhone ecosystem too.
It's difficult to fault the Dell Latitude 14 Rugged Extreme on toughness grounds. However, you're unlikely to get day-long battery life from the entry-level configuration with the standard 6-cell battery.
Samsung's copious software add-ons and UI tweaks mean that the Galaxy Tab S delivers a particular kind of Android experience. We have a few issues with some of these extras, but the slimline Galaxy Tab S is still a very impressive tablet.
Sony's 5.3-inch Xperia T3 is a distinctive-looking and well-built large-screen smartphone with no serious failings, although both the screen resolution and internal storage are on the low side.
If you need a Windows 8.1 computer that's flexible enough to be a tablet, a laptop (if you add the optional keyboard) and even (if you add the optional docking station) a desktop PC, then the Surface Pro 3 manages the trade-offs as well as anything on the market.