Six iPad 2 cases and bags to protect and serve your tablet -- from aircraft-grade aluminum to rotating stands, the best iPad 2 cases offer sleek design and functionality.
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The iPad 2 is a solid, if incremental, step forward, but don't expect a game- changer for mobile professionals
Is Motorola's Android 3.0 tablet the first true iPad challenger? Read our consensus review of the Xoom for the details on performance -- how it runs Android apps, conducts video chat and more.
Is the Venu Pro the best smartphone running Microsoft's new mobile OS? Our hands-on review of Dells Windows Phone 7 smartphone outlines key features and performance issues for mobile IT.
Does the Atrix 4G live up to the hype? Our roundup review highlights what hands-on testers are saying about Motorola's next-gen smartphone.
We test out the 7-inch Android 2.2 tablet PC from ViewSonic and rate how it compares to the iPad and Galaxy Tab as well as highlight the pros, cons and mobile app performance.
With the new version of AirWatch powered by Apple MDM, mobile management can control iOS 4 iPads, iPhones, and the apps allowed to run on them.
We highlight all the pros and cons of iOS 4.2 functionality on the iPad -- multitasking, printing and more -- to help ensure your mobile workers are getting the most out of the Apple tablet.
We roundup what reviewers are saying about Google's newest smartphone -- the Nexus S running Android 2.3 -- after hands-on testing.
When Apple's tablet began shipping, there weren't many iPad cases to choose from. Today, you can wrap an iPad in everything from pink plastic to a red Etch a Sketch frame to Louis Vuitton logo leather.
Windows Phone 7 is a sophisticated and user-friendly smartphone OS, but there are still a few pieces missing.
Mobile office workers need to keep their iPads protected while on the road, so we tested the ZooGue iPad case to see how it performs.
We test and review four iPad printing apps -- Cortado Workplace, Print Magic HD, MobileToolz and PrintCentral -- to see which is the best mobile app for turning the tablet into a printer for mobile office workers.
We highlight all the pros and cons of this ultra-chic mobile computing device just unveiled by Apple.
The Samsung Focus smartphone is one of the fresh handsets running the Windows Phone 7 mobile operating system. See if it rates as one of the best smartphones with the reviewers.
We highlight the specs, carriers, pros and cons of 10 standout smartphones that will excel in the enterprise.
In this smartphone smackdown, we compare the performance, design and overall experience of the Android-powered Nexus One versus the BlackBerry Torch 9800 -- which is the best smartphone for business?
We provide a roundup of hands-on evaluations to ascertain if Samsung's Galaxy Tab can topple Apple's iPad from its perch in the hot Android tablet sector.
We evaluate three iPad apps that boost mobile computing by making it easier to view, organize and share files on the iPad and transfer them to and from the mobile device.
As the open source mobile platform Android makes huge gains in the market, we take a look at what the reviewers are saying about the Droid 2 based on hands-on evaluations.
Are Apple's iPad Keyboard Dock, iPad Camera Connection Kit and iPad Dock Connector to VGA Adapter worth the investment? Our hands-on evaluation highlights how these iPad hardware add-ons perform mobile computing tasks.
This comprehensive review highlights key features of AirWatch Enterprise Package, which helps mobile IT provision, track and enforce policies on iPhones, Android handsets and Windows Mobile devices.
Coupled with Citrix Xen technology, Citrix Receiver makes it easy for iPad owners to securely access their corporate Windows applications and desktops on the go.
Key points reviewers are making about Windows Phone 7 based on prototype evaluations, as well as insight on if WP7 is enough to rescue Redmond's mobile division.
The latest BlackBerry from RIM comes with a trackpad and excels in call quality, e-mail, messaging and overseas connectivity for mobile office workers.
Our comprehensive roundup of evaluations of the iPhone 4 based on tech reviewers' hands-on experience with the mobile computing device.
We review the key features of the new Microsoft Office Mobile 2010, because though the Kin's been kicked to the curb, the legacy of Windows Mobile 6.5 is still very much alive.
Mobile IT looking for a powerful notebook for mobile office workers should consider the Dell Vostro 3400.
The new HTC Evo 4G smartphone earns kudos, but reviewers still have some concerns. Read what the industry is saying based on hands-on evaluations of the new mobile device.
Mobile security covers more than smartphones and laptops. We evaluate the Kanguru Remote Management Console Cloud Edition, an affordable way to protect data on thumb drives.
We look to see which mobile devices landed on the most top 5 lists and/or earned high ratings in their categories from more than one reviewer. How are netbooks faring after the iPad debut?
Our reviewer provides a detailed evaluation of the franchise productivity mobile app from Apple, the iWork iPad app, to determine if it can handle mobile computing for the enterprise.
In this comprehensive review, CACE Pilot, which cuts large-volume traffic captures into smaller data sets for easier evaluation, is tested on wireless networks and LANs.
Our comprehensive review gives this Toshiba notebook high marks in features, performance and value.
The HTC Incredible goes on sale today on Verizon as reviewers rave about the Android handset in our consensus smartphone review roundup.
Our comprehensive evaluation of the top contenders -- BlackBerry, iPhone, Windows Phone and Android handsets -- will help mobile IT select the best smartphone for mobile computing.
Apple's handheld computer can be a productivity device for the mobile office -- with limitations, according to a consensus of reviews.
Read our comprehensive evaluation of the new Lenovo ThikPad Edge series to see if the new line of laptops fits into your mobile management strategy.
Google's Nexus One is an impressive smartphone, but is it a good fit for the enterprise as a mobile computing device?
In a hands-on evaluation of Apple's hot new mobile device, Avi Greengart of Current Analysis weighs in on the question of whether the iPad can become a true handheld computer for the enterprise.
If you want to outfit your mobile office with a high-performance, compact laptop, we can help with our mobile IT buyers guide to the best, most portable laptops on the planet.
Mobile IT managers who need to stretch their mobile computing budgets can use our reviewer guide to the best laptops for under $800.
Our reviewer takes this mobile network protection tool for a test drive to evaluate how well it safeguards enterprise wireless systems.
A list of 10 cool mobile apps for BlackBerrys, iPhones and Android smartphones.
The pros and cons of 10 Web-based online collaboration apps that are aimed at workgroups and project management.
Acer's new enterprise notebook is the perfect mobile device -- not too big, not too small (14.1 inches), not too heavy (just 4.4 pounds), and not too short on battery life (six hours plus). It's a machine not to miss.
How do the mobile tech titans stack up in the smartphone smackdown? See where Apple's iPhone, Google's Nexus One, Motorola's Cliq and Research In Motion's Bold 9700 and Verizon's Droid rank according to industry watchers.
A buyer's guide to the best netbooks on the market today.
The HTC Hero boasts an innovative user interface, but there's even more to love in this Android-powered smartphone.
Palm's first release running on the company's new webOS platform debuts.
Does the Motorola Droid from Verizon Wireless live up to the hype? We highlight the pros and cons of this seminal Android-powered handset.
Is the Finnish mobile maverick's high-end handset doomed to fail?
A bounce belongs in your step not in your data. The shock-absorbing eGo Blackbelt protects your data from the daily rigors of a mobile life.
One's cordless. One's backlit. Once you get your hands on either, you won't want to let go. We test Logitech's lowest, flattest PC keyboards and find the most precise, responsive typing feel we've ever encountered -- which makes us willing to overlook the fact that the one labeled "for notebooks" has nothing in particular to do with notebooks.
As Apple and BlackBerry command headlines with gorgeous touch-screen phones, and Palm readies the Pre, the shining knight which might ride in to save the company, Nokia adds just a bit more flash to its N-series phones. But not a lot. While it's beefing up the multimedia features, this line still comes across as somewhere between business and pleasure.
The Samsung Omnia (also known as the SCH-i910), is a slick touchscreen phone that fits in a pocket. It's hugely appealing, with its 5 megapixel camera and accelerometer, but not quite perfect.
More isn't always better, and if you're looking for a bargain cell phone on the lowest-priced carrier, the Gravity is a solid way to go.
One is a stereo headset for the iPhone, iPod touch and iPod, while other is an adapter that turns any headphone into a headset. Both feature a noise-canceling microphone.
The BlackBerry Storm was badly bruised by reviewers soon after its release. So much so you might expect it to be the worst product of 2008. But the Storm is far from thatespecially after a much-needed and welcome software update.
Rokr E8 is a sleek, multi-purpose phone that delivers excellent audio playbackthe best we've heard since the iPhone 3G. It is well worth a look for music lovers, in spite of its gimmicky backlit touchpad interface.
These three smartphones all run on Windows Mobile, but provide completely different user experiences. We'll help you find the one that's right for you.
People have been wanting something like a netbook ever since we can remember, even way back in the last millennium. But hardware costs made them unattractive. Now we're tripping over netbooks every time we turn around, and have a wealth of attractive choices. Here, we take the Lenovo Ideapad, loaded with SUSE Linux, for a test drive.
Service transcribes voice messages and sends the text, embedded in an e-mail or SMS, to an address or wireless phone number you specify. Simulscribe could be a real boon to push e-mail users.
Stream your music collection from your desktop to a Internet-connected Windows Mobile handheld or smartphone.
Delivers turn-by-turn walking and driving directions to users of GPS-enabled smartphones; directs you to points-of-interest, such as gas stations, restaurants and landmarks, as well.
There's much to like about the 2.0 software upgrade, which adds a huge variety of features and programs to the iPhone and iPod touch.
Beta of new Skyfire browser shows much promise towards bringing mobile browsing closer to parity with the desktop experience.
Now that the bugs are worked out, MobileMe delivers a smooth and seamless experience that makes using the service hassle-free for iPhone and iPod touch users.
If getting remote access to your files - from a smartphone or desktop -- has been a problem, check out Files on Ovi while it's still free and see if this is the solution for you.
IBM Lotus iNotes Ultralite is a web application that you access through the mobile Safari web browser on the iPhone.
YouMail takes the visual voicemail concept pioneered by Apple for the iPhone and expands it to a wide variety of other cell phones and smartphones. It is an immensely useful service that can make your mobile voicemail extremely powerful and flexible.
What a strange trip it's been for the N-Gage. Launched several years ago as a single taco-shaped game-playing phone, the N-Gage of today has a much broader purpose: it serves as the gaming section of Nokia's Ovi suite of online services, a group of tools that are available to an ever-growing list of smartphones.
Even without its workarounds for the iPhone's push data limitations, BeejiveIM is a pretty good multi-network IM client.
Egntye is a fantastically simple virtual file server targeted at small business owners. Setting it up takes only a few minutes, and we were impressed with the depth of the features.
With Qik, you can easily share video from your cell phone or smartphone with the world - and, surprisingly, it's a lot of fun.
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