IT organizations are loosening smartphone policies, allowing employees to bring in personal iPhones and BlackBerrys -- should you?
A brief hands-on encounter makes me more hopeful that Microsoft is bringing real, useful innovation to the me-too mobile market.
Just when it looked like an iPhone-Android-BlackBerry troika was shaping up, Microsoft and Nokia each tries one last shot
There's a reason Macs and iPhones don't meet the needs of big business: Apple self-imposed corporate glass ceiling.
Apple was a bright spot in 2009 in terms of PC sales, but the signals are mixed as to whether the Mac can grow beyond its niche
Who needs an iPhone if you have an iPad? And who needs the mobile Web if you don't have an iPhone?
Today, we'll all find out what Apple's secretive announcement is about: Will it be the long-rumored iPhone-based tablet?
Android is a compelling OS, but it's not clear Google knows what to do with it.