Android news for the week ending May 14, 2011
Ten years after the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks, the United States government may finally be making progress on allocating spectrum for a next-generation public safety network.
One of Research in Motion's biggest challenges in a world of the iPhone and Android has been how to keep its products fun and fresh while maintaining the high level of security its corporate users have come to rely on.
RIM really tried to strike a balance on its latest smartphone, but still came up short in some important aspects.
Sprint's net loss in the first quarter of 2011 was a vast improvement over the first quarter of 2010 when it posted a loss of $865 million.
T-Mobile is staking out its position as Facebook's official voice carrier, as the company today announced a VoIP application that lets Facebook users call their...
AT&T actually boosted its total iPhone activations, while maintaining the same churn rate for the device that it reported a year ago.
As smartphones have grown more powerful and complex, so have the threats against them.
Any IT department hoping to escape the headaches of supporting iPads in the enterprise should realize that they're more than likely already being brought into the workplace.