New data from the Pew Internet & American Life Project points to a steady shift in how users access the Internet.
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The iPad will lead the way in replacing netbooks as a second computing device after PCs based on mobile Internet and mobile app usage patterns, says one analyst.
If you need to help staff stay in touch -- even during summer downtime -- we've got the tools you need to keep your mobile office workers connected while decompressing.
As mobile computing becomes more popular, data traffic on mobile Internet devices and smartphones continues to jump. Apple's iPhone is miles ahead of the pack, but Android smartphones, particularly from HTC, are starting to make their presence felt.
Former Oracle/Sun developer Tim Bray signs on with Google's Android team and already makes headlines with sharp words about Apple's policies and the iPhone and how they relate to the future of the mobile Internet.
Cisco and Juniper introduce services aimed at helping wireless networks handle exponential data growth.
Firefox Mobile 1.0 is available but only for Nokia N900's. That situation could soon change thanks to new efforts by Mozilla -- though not for iPhone users.
Mobile Internet devices took center stage at the Consumer Electronics Show this year, which means new security risks for enterprise IT. We offer 10 tips for countering against wireless vulnerabilities.