InformationWeek: Android 3.0 Honeycomb-based tablet to soon become available in a Wi-Fi only configuration.
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BGR: The feature, which allows iPhoners to leverage their smartphone as a conduit to the Internet will cost $45 a month, however.
BGR: iOS 4.3 to allow iPhoners to turn their mobile device into MiFi-like gadgets.
The next iPod Touch, expected later this year, will gain one of the most talked about features in the iPhone 4, says one UK retailer who cited reports from suppliers.
Mobile security managers should be sure to know what's cause for concern -- and what isn't -- when it comes to Wi-Fi security issues.
One of the most common problems to surface on Apple's latest mobile device, the iPad, has been the unsteady Wi-Fi connectivity, but some computer scientists at Princeton say they've figured out the problem.
The age-old balance of supply and demand catches up with Apple, which finds itself unable to roll out the mobile computing iPad worldwide. Not that Israel cares, though: It just banned importation of the device.
Owners of Apple's new mobile device are sounding off in forums with complaints over Wi-Fi glitches. What's Cupertino doing about it?
Apple's hot handheld computer goes on sale soon, but with six models, it poses a mobile device dilemma for mobile IT staff -- and the Phil Dunphys of the world -- who want to buy an iPad. We help you select the right model.
A primer on the benefits of Wi-Fi-based, real-time location systems. We cover deployment, security and examples of use in mobile health care and industries requiring asset tracking.
Rogue access points, data interception, DoS downtime -- these are all Wi-Fi threats that can spell trouble for mobile security managers. We outline our Top 10 Wi-Fi threats and offer guidance on how to protect against them.
If you are researching WLAN management applications that are vendor agnostic, consider AirWave from Aruba Networks and WiFi Manager from ManageEngine. We highlight some features from these two services.
Using Wi-Fi to make voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) calls on a smartphone has the potential to save a significant amount of money for small businesses and large enterprises alike. And thanks to the high level of integration of the technology in many devices, not to mention the variety of services out there, VoIP can start saving you cash right away.
What should businesses do to protect their proprietary and sensitive information? In a nutshell, writes security expert Laura Taylor, there are three safeguards that IT needs to put into place at their organizations regarding smartphone security: controls, policies and training.
Most mobile managers know the basics of securing a corporate Wi-Fi network, but for the enterprise you need to take extra steps for security. We show you how.