Fitness tracking fanatics now have two more ways to track their workouts, runs, swims, bicycle rides and other physical activities using the latest two heart rate-based fitness wearables from Moov—the Moov HR Sweat sweatband and the Move HR Swim swimming cap. (The company's original Moov and Moov Now fitness...
Qualcomm officials this week unveiled the company's plans for connected cameras, introduced a 5G modem chipset and rolled out three new mobile chips.
Third-party vendors like Jamf offer deeper tools to replace Apple administrative tools that may not be adequate for larger users.
A new hospital being built at UC-San Diego has iPads and Apple TV in each of its 245 rooms to empower patients in their own medical care.
Virtual realty has an unrivaled ability to immerse users in a rich, lifelike experience, both in their personal and professional lives. This technology is appealing for that very reason: It has the potential to improve user experience by transforming lackluster and intricate content into a vivid, immersive experience....
Samsung expects the Note7 recall nightmare to have an additional $3.1 billion financial impact in 4Q 2016 and 1Q 2017, on top of a $2.6B charge in Q3.
Sprint will start LG V20 preorders Oct. 21, while T-Mobile and Verizon confirm they will also offer the phone.
In exchange for their defective Note7, customers can get a bill credit up to $100 on any other Samsung phone or $25 on another brand.
These virtual reality apps for the iPhone enable you to experience VR in a wide variety of ways.
The company now says it expects to take a $2.6 billion charge against its projected Q3 profits to pay for the failed Note7 line and its aftermath.
The program aims to provide internet access to disadvantaged high school students whose families can't afford services at home.
The Note 7 is no longer. Samsung ceases production of the troubled handset after some replacement units reportedly caught fire.
In a move to bolster its IoT partner ecosystem, Dell rolls out the red carpet for system integrators.
In addition to desktops, tablets and smartphones, VMware's AirWatch is extending its reach to smart glasses and augmented-reality headsets powered by Android.
BYOD programs are supposed to be a cost-effective way of enabling mobile productivity in the enterprise. That's not the case for all businesses, finds Syntonic.
Pen Test Partners researchers were able to disable the car's alarm remotely.
Technology platform originally built for managing WiFi devices continues to evolve under Cisco's ownership.
New Alcatel-Lucent Enterprise gear includes 802.11ac Wave 2 access points and new wired switches with SDN support.
Sixty-two percent ban their mobile workers from using free Wi-Fi hotspots, a recent survey found.
Brocade jumps into the wireless market with a big buy.
New wired and wireless technology from Aruba benefits from the capabilities of Hewlett Packard Enterprise.
Though not yet officially a standard, Wi-Fi Alliance is now pushing low-power Internet of Things approach.
While off its lofty highs, the tablet market is expected to continue to make gains thanks to business demand, albeit slower.
Add secure MDM to the growing pile of enterprise IT priorities. Most large businesses have thousands of mobile apps that can be leaking data and putting their users at risk.
Google and Apple accounted for over 96 percent of all smartphone shipments last year, with the former leading the pack.
Google is launching an "Android Wear" project to expand the world of wearable computing for consumers, starting with developer tools for Android smartwatches.
$12.5 Billion acquisition is now official.
Founders and co-CEOs Lazaridis and Balsillie have stepped aside to give Thorsten Heins the reins of Research In Motion.
Google says only 0.6 percent of Android devices run Ice Cream Sandwich, the latest version of the Android mobile operating system.
Another rough quarter for the smartphone vendor as delays and competitive challenges set in.
AT&T set to take a $4 billion charge as T-Mobile merger falters
$39 Billion deal could be in trouble.
Security firm Bit9 says a majority of smartphones are running out-of-date and insecure operating systems that present a threat to critical business data. It has created a list of 12 of the most vulnerable smartphones. Guess who dominates the list?
Feature phones may be on their way out but they're still key to the current healthy market for mobile phones in general, according to a new report.
New services debut from HP to help enterprise make the jump to mobile apps
It's about time. Nokia introduces its first Windows Phone handsets and promises more to come -- next year.
On the heels of a new iPhone launch, a top Microsoft exec is talking up Windows Phone 7.5, which is nearing its own commercial launch.
Canalys predicts that 'enterprise app stores will redefine channel IT business over the next three years.'
Get ready for more iPhone 5 rumors in the future, because what Apple introduced today is called the iPhone 4S.
Microsoft and Samsung have signed a patent deal to keep one of the U.S.'s biggest smartphone makers from Android patent suits.
Microsoft says it will start distributing the Windows Phone 'Mango' update in the next two weeks, cautions impatient users to avoid leaked copies.
AT&T says it will launch its first Windows Phone 'Mango' smartphones -- one from HTC and two from Samsung -- in the fourth quarter.
Microsoft plans to ratchet up attention on Windows 8 tablets at its upcoming developers conference next week.
Linux creator figures it will take a long time, but it will happen
Google enters the hardware business in a bid to expand Android
As the launch of the first major update to Windows Phone approaches, rumors fly as to when current users can update their phones.
A new report says that the move from feature phones to smartphones is about to trigger a major shift in who will lead the market a year or two down the road.
Will Google and Microsoft Go To Court Over Android? Teaser: The dust up over patent rights and Google's Android mobile operating system ratcheted up another notch this week as Microsoft swung back a
The dust-up over patent rights and Google's Android mobile operating system ratcheted up another notch this week as Microsoft swung back at a provocative blog post from the search giant.
A party that Microsoft and Nokia have planned in Germany later this month might be the place to see the first Windows Phone Nokia handset but the companies seem to be setting limited expectations.
Apple gains from customers' shift away from feature phones and the trend towards smartphones.
Microsoft ships refreshed developer tools for writing Windows Phone Mango apps.
Microsoft appears to be right on schedule with the "Mango" update to Windows Phone 7.
The president of Microsofts phone business explains why the company is focusing on Windows 8 for tablets instead of using Windows Phone.
Microsoft has been arguing that Android isn't 'free,' and as more Android OEMs sign on the dotted line to pay patent royalties, it's apparent it's convincing some makers that it's right.
Google loses out as Apple, EMC, Ericsson, Microsoft, Research In Motion and Sony win patent auction.
Microsoft announces that another Android operating system vendor has agreed to pay it for use of patented technologies incorporated into the open source mobile OS.
Product delays and economic slowdown cuts BlackBerry maker's stock price.
Lower prices for smartphones and data plans will help drive the growing rush for users to move off of feature phones.
Apple is addressing a host of long-standing concerns while baking in new features such as integrated Twitter support.
A senior Microsoft executive is rumored to demonstrate its tablet OS next week.
Once the Nokia juggernaut begins to roll with its first Windows Phones, look out below, because the Finnish phone manufacturer plans to roll out new devices every two or three months.
Safari isn't the only browser for iPhone AND iPad users, Opera is now out with Opera 6 . What makes it any different than Safari?
In classic Microsoft manner, the software giant held a gala to demo new features coming in the first major WP7 update, and promised to hold more events in the future.
Microsoft plans to announce new features coming to Windows Phone 7's first major update Tuesday at a gala in New York.
A new Gartner study reports rapid growth in smartphone use but so far Microsoft is not the recipient of mobile love.
Mobile storage -- don't leave the office without it.
With its upcoming Windows Phone release -- codenamed Mango -- Microsoft attempts to show it's not neglecting business users with WP7.
Customers impatient to get their hands on Google's Chromebook portables have only one more month to wait.
According to IDC, the rankings of smartphone vendors held steady, despite almost doubling of sales in the first quarter.
Users of an 'unofficial' updater for Windows Phone 7 have gotten themselves in a jam that may prevent them from ever updating their phones again.
The top five phone makers held their ground in 2011's first quarter, but gains by smaller manufacturers undercut some of their market share, according to IDC. Apple was a bright spot, says the research firm.
In a new report on mobile phone operating systems, analysts firm Gartner sees Windows Phone as a strong second place in 2015. It's a déjà vu moment.
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