Matt HamblenSenior Editor, Computerworld

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Matt Hamblen covers mobile and wireless, smartphones and other handhelds, and wireless networking for Computerworld.

Citrix to Unveil Sub-$100 'system-on-a-chip'

Citrix Wednesday is set to unveil a prototype sub-$100 system-on-a-chip with a so-called "zero client" at its Synergy conference in Barcelona.

Rim Risks Losing One-Third of BlackBerry Business Users

More than 30% of BlackBerry users in enterprises said even before the recent outage that they were considering a different gadget.

Ice Cream Sandwich: 4 Innovations Worth a Closer Look

Face Unlock and Android Beam are among many of the features on the Ice Cream Sandwich version of Android that debuted on the Samsung Galaxy Nexus.

RIM's Free Apps, Tech Support Get Measure of Support

Reaction was somewhat positive to Research in Motion's compensation offer to its customers after last week's global BlackBerry outage.

Galaxy Nexus Set for Debut Tonight

Sources say Verizon Wireless will be the smartphone's exclusive U.S. carrier and will put the device on sale sometime this month.

Google Wallet Now Takes Coupons

An expanded Google Wallet adds coupon redemption and other features to its mobile payments capabilities.

BlackBerry Service Fully Restored; Outage Cause Still Unknown

BlackBerry service is fully restored for 70 million customers worldwide after three days of outages, Research in Motion announced today.

RIM Says BlackBerry Email Delays Continue Worldwide

In a statement to customers, RIM blames the outage on the failure of a core switch and its backup.

Motorola Solutions Unveils Rugged 7-in. Android Tablet

Motorola's new ET1 is a 7-in. touchscreen rugged tablet based on Android 2.3 targeted at vertical markets.

Google, Samsung Right to Delay Nexus Prime, Analysts Say

Google and Samsung have postponed plans to launch a new smartphone tomorrow because of Steve Jobs' passing.

Carriers Offer Products to Help Businesses Adapt to Workers' Smartphones

U.S. wireless carriers are making more products and services available to businesses to support their workers.

Android Sales Accelerate, RIM Keeps Dropping

Android users hit 43.7% of the U.S. market this summer, with iPhone use growing slightly and RIM slipping.

RIM Calls Report of PlayBook's Demise 'Pure Fiction'

Research in Motion said Thursday that it remains committed to the PlayBook tablet and the tablet market.

Cisco to Launch Free iPad/iPhone Video App

Cisco announced improvements to its video product line Thursday to make it easier for businesses to capture and share video, including a free app coming soon.

Three Traits That Make The Kindle Fire Competitive

Low price, Amazon Silk browser and promising ecosystem of movies, apps and books make the Fire stand out in a crowd.