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The two tech titans' joint venture will allow Office 365 cloud functionality to be ported on to RIM's mobile devices.
After it was revealed that a mobile security vulnerability exists in the browsers of BlackBerry's running 6.0, RIM issues a security advisory.
The iPad 2 goes on sale today as more data comes out supporting its estimated 80 percent market share, though one analyst nominates Amazon as a potential foe.
Android 3.0, as tested on the Motorola Xoom, has a confusing UI and suffers from quality issues, says an analyst in a research note to clients.
The security stalwart reports today that a fake Android security patch contains 'suspicious code.'
Faster Safari browsing, GSM hotspot functionality and improved video streaming come to Apple's mobile devices with update to iOS.
Google's mobile OS Android dethroned Research In Motion's BlackBerry platform to lead the market for the first time in a comScore survey.
The Internet giant moves beyond removal of infected Android apps to fix malware outbreak at the Android Market.
The Korean electronics giant is re-evaluating the price and features of the new Galaxy Tab in the wake of the iPad 2 debut.
iTunes users may be granted unlimited downloads of purchased music to their family of Apple mobile devices, according to reports.
We break down why the iPad 2 will help Apple retain its vaunted spot in the tablet market as well as update where the competition stands.
The Egnyte Enterprise for iPad app offers secure, round-the-clock access to files along with complete file server user management capabilities.
Jobs presents faster, slimmer iPad 2 and calls 2011 "year of the copycats" as Apple's second tablet debuts before most competitors are out of the gate.
Tablets and e-readers are poised to be big money-makers for wireless data carriers -- if they move to multiple-device data plans, according to one analyst.