If your company pays your AT&T wireless bill, you'll soon be able to buy Wi-Fi enabled iPads from the carrier, with the same data plans available for consumers.
The movie doesn't tell this story -- Facebook execs had a full schedule this week with new features, policies, and challenges.
Microsoft's Internet Explorer, which has dominated the Web browser market since blowing by Netscape in the late 1990s, last month fell below 50% market share.
Ask.com, which earlier this month said it was going to kill off its Bloglines RSS reader as of Oct. 1, has extended the life of the Web service by 1 month.
Amazon is reportedly readying an Android app store and tablet, a move that should boost Google's mobile platform while also challenging Google's Android Market.
Companies are increasingly spending their smartphone dollars on Google Android devices, at least in part at the expense of RIM BlackBerry devices, according to ChangeWave.
Apple has done enough security-wise with its iPhone and iPad to make many CSOs comfortable with the mobile devices connecting to corporate networks.
Google has released a breakdown of Android releases running on active smartphones. Here is a progress update on the Android army takeover.
Hardly a week goes by when some organization or another doesn't lose some laptops and face a litany of IT security questions.