OtterBox's new Defender case for the BlackBerry PlayBook now provides the ultimate protection for RIM's flagship tablet device.
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Several technologies shown at Mobile World Congress 2013 in Barcelona will finally allow enterprises to get serious about a Bring Your Own Device strategy.
Web-based standards and native code are the future of application development on mobile devices.
When it comes to task managment, the developers at Google think they know better than the end-users that are actually using their products.
Android 2.0 on the Verizon DROID Smartphone is indeed sophisticated, but for a new user can also be daunting or even overwhelming. Here's my first installment in what I think will be a series of Tips and Tricks posts related to Android.
From calculator watches, to smart watches, to intelligent wristbands, the wrist computer has had a storied history.
Recent speculation of Apple releasing an "iWatch" sometime in the near future has many industry watchers closely observing Cupertino's activities. Will wearable computing devices finally become commonplace, and are there actual use cases?
This powerful smartphone handset with flagship-class hardware isn't Android-based. It uses a completely open source OS.
Early images in the iOS 5 developer framework are pointing towards a "Retinized" iPad 3. But what if it's something else entirely?
Research in Motion just announced their new OS 7-based BlackBerry 9900 smartphone, available in June. One minor problem: None of the current or recent generation BlackBerry phones will get the OS upgrade.