BlackBerry draws interest in emerging markets, though RIM takes a hit with recent outage.
More U.S. smartphone users turned to Android in the third quarter, accounting for nearly 44.8% of some 87 million users, ComScore reported Friday.
IBM has embraced the growing 'bring your own device' trend by allowing its employees to buy and use their own smartphones and tablets for work tasks.
Verizon Wireless promised that devices ordered online will ship no later than Nov. 10.
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.
More than 30% of BlackBerry users in enterprises said even before the recent outage that they were considering a different gadget.
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.
Reaction was somewhat positive to Research in Motion's compensation offer to its customers after last week's global BlackBerry outage.
Sources say Verizon Wireless will be the smartphone's exclusive U.S. carrier and will put the device on sale sometime this month.
An expanded Google Wallet adds coupon redemption and other features to its mobile payments capabilities.
BlackBerry service is fully restored for 70 million customers worldwide after three days of outages, Research in Motion announced today.
In a statement to customers, RIM blames the outage on the failure of a core switch and its backup.
Motorola's new ET1 is a 7-in. touchscreen rugged tablet based on Android 2.3 targeted at vertical markets.
Google and Samsung have postponed plans to launch a new smartphone tomorrow because of Steve Jobs' passing.
U.S. wireless carriers are making more products and services available to businesses to support their workers.