No one expects Windows Phone to leap over Google Android and Apple iOS in a single bound, but industry analysts have been revising their projections for the Microsoft phone OS.
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.
Articles by John Cox