Amazon.com beat Google and Apple to punch this week with the unveiling of its hosted consumer-storage service, Amazon Cloud Drive, and Web-based music-player, Cloud Player.
You can never have too many Android apps ... especially when they're free. Here are 11 downloads that deserve a spot on your device, each designed to add functionality to your Google phone and enhance your overall Android experience.
BlackBerry-maker Research In Motion (RIM) this week dropped a bombshell on the mobile world.
Share, save and savor all things social with these nine free Google Android apps, hand-picked by CIO.com's mobile maestro, Al Sacco.
BlackBerry-maker Research In Motion is expected to release a major update to its BlackBerry Enterprise Server for Microsoft Exchange and IBM Lotus Domino.
Research In Motion (RIM) detailed its upcoming, cloud-based BlackBerry Enterprise Service (BES) for users of Microsoft Office 365.
U.S. wireless carrier Verizon Tuesday confirmed that its much anticipated Android smartphone, the HTC Thunderbolt, which was announced back in January at the 2011 Consumer Electronics Show (BES), will be released this week, on March 17, for $249.99 with a new service contract.
Up to this point, it had been uncertain as to whether the PlayBook would employ some kind of third-party app, such as Skype, for the functionality.
Google's Android Market mobile software shop was hit last week with its first major malware attack; a popular application called "DroidDream."
BlackBerry-maker Research In Motion (RIM) and its subsidiary Alt-N Technologies this morning announced a brand new version of Alt-N's MDaemon Messaging Server.
Which BlackBerry applications should every new RIM smartphone owner download immediately? CIO.com's BlackBerry expert Al Sacco lists the best choices -- and all but one of these mobile apps are free.
Today is the big day; the Apple iPhone is finally available in the United States through a wireless carrier other than AT&T. Verizon Wireless's iPhone 4 smartphone can now be purchased in Apple Stores, Best Buys, Walmarts, and Verizon Wireless retail locations...while supplies last, of course.
BlackBerry-maker Research In Motion released the first BlackBerry smartphone running its "BlackBerry 6" mobile OS just six months ago, but it's already working on version 6.1.
BlackBerry smartphones are famous for their keyboards, but why type out numbers and names when speed dial does the work for you?