To help with mobile device management during the holiday shopping season, we outline the top 10 smartphone security mistakes to safeguard against.
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The impact of cloud computing and an explosion of device options will push mobile computing to new levels in the coming year.
An examination of Sybase SQL Anywhere, which now supports the iPhone, and SQLite wraps up our assessment of top mobile database solutions.
This report examines the top players in the mobile database market, starting with SQL Server Compact, Oracle Database Lite and IBM DB2 Everyplace.
Carrier promises a fix and says capping wasn't to blame for reports of upload speeds at a fraction of what users expected for the mobile device.
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?
Microsoft releases barcode reading product meant to aid marketers in reaching consumers through their cell phones with interactive information such as links to sites and experiences.
If you want to use Apple's latest mobile device for mobile computing tasks, you'll need to accessorize. We highlight six of the best hardware peripherals for the iPad.
As Microsoft retools its Windows mobile strategy, the software giant says its newest mobile devices -- the Kin phones -- will be available in May. But now gadget enthusiast sites claim the roll out is coming earlier.
HP has big plans for Palm, but some analysts think the smartphone maker's webOS is not ready to take on Apple's hot new mobile device, the iPad.
HP buys the struggling smartphone-maker for $1.2 billion. How does this all fit in with HP's overall mobile device strategy?
Research In Motion updates the BlackBerry Bold and Pearl lines, but how competitive are the new handheld computers with Apple and Android mobile devices?
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.
Android tablets with Flash to take on the iPad, as well as 4G developments and advances in telehealth are the emerging trends in wireless.
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.