Android tablets expected to gain ground over time, but for now Apple's iPad rules, even in the enterprise.
A new client-server application lets most mobile devices now wirelessly use corporate printers, without having to make changes to smartphones or tablets, or to the printers.
Excerpts from Steve Jobs' about-to-be-published biography show the source of Apple's aggressive patent war against the Android mobile OS.
Colleges and universities have been aggressive in expanding campus mobility, but slower in shifting key systems to cloud computing.
Lawsuit allegations spur a review, and reassurances from Microsoft that it doesn't associate a unique identifier with the location of its phones to track user movement.
Steve Jobs does not think in sound bites. Reading through the wealth of interviews in his career, one is conscious of a mind working through both questions and answers, and taking little for granted.
Google CEO Larry Page tells his reasoning in a company blog, posted as the news of the acquisition offer broke this morning.
Clearwire's COO moves up to the president/CEO post with the first task of financing an LTE network after its recent focus on WiMAX.
Secure iPads plug employees into real-time corporate data, speed a range of business processes at software vendor MicroStrategy.
A blocky attachment to an Apple iPhone lets police officers snap a close-up of a suspect's eye and compare it to a database of scans.
Apple's iPhone is still favored by nearly 50 percent of customers but in a surprise 57 percent for those with Windows Phone handsets are 'very satisfied' with the device, a number that outranks the percentage of Android users.
A Minnesota man has been sentenced to 18 years in prison after he hacked his neighbor's Wi-Fi router and then launched a vengeful two-year campaign to frame them with child porn and threats to government officials.