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Nancy Gohring is a freelance journalist who started writing about mobile phones just in time to cover the transition to digital. She's written about PCs from Hanover, cellular networks from Singapore, wireless standards from Cyprus, cloud computing from Seattle and just about any technology subject you can think of from Las Vegas. Her work has appeared in the New York Times, Computerworld, Wired, the Seattle Times and other well-respected publications.

Jumio Soon to Offer Software-only Mobile Card Processing

Jumio plans to soon introduce a new kind of payment processing service that uses cellphones but doesn't require any additional hardware.

Red Bend Working on Mobile Virtualization

Red Bend, which makes products for delivering over-the-air software updates, will soon offer a virtualization technology for Android devices that allows a user...

Samsung Aims for the Enterprise

As more companies allow employees to bring smartphones and tablets into work, Android device makers are building products and partnerships to secure them, and...

Longtime Motorola Executive Robert W. Galvin Dies

Robert W. Galvin, the son of the founder of Motorola and CEO of the company for 29 years, has died. He was 89.

Nokia Gears up for New Strike on US Market

Nokia Windows Phones were well-hidden during a tour of the company's phone-testing facility in San Diego, but they loomed large over the conversation.

Company Shows off Kinect Banking App

People may soon pay bills and manage their banking by waving their hands in front of their TVs, if an application from a Lithuanian company at this week's CTIA...

Huawei Aims for Top of US Market

Huawei is focused on bringing smartphones and tablets to the masses in the U.S. and hopes to be among the top five mobile phone vendors in the U.S in the next...

Good Extends Security Platform to Third-party Apps

Good Technology is opening up its technology platform so that enterprises and third-party developers can build secure mobile applications running on its...

AT&T's Toggle to Deliver Enterprise Apps to Android Phones

AT&T on Monday announced plans to offer a new service, called Toggle, that will securely run enterprise apps like email on any Android phone a worker chooses...

Motorola's 3LM Launches Mobile Security Platform

3LM, the company founded by former Android developers and since acquired by Motorola, is making its enterprise security platform for Android phones available...

There Are Upsides to Reporting Cybercrime, Authorities Say

Not only might companies have ethical, civic and legal obligations to alert authorities to cyberthreats, businesses may find that the authorities can be helpful...

Legal Reform Needed to Govern Data, Experts Said

Legal experts and law enforcement agents say new and updated laws are required to protect user privacy while allowing law enforcement to catch cybercriminals.

Cybercrime Getting Easier to Commit, Federal Agents Say

Committing cybercrime these days is as easy as building a fantasy football team, FBI and Secret Service agents said on Friday.

Motorola Faces New Lawsuit

Patent licensing company Intellectual Ventures has set its sights on Motorola with a new lawsuit charging the handset maker with infringing six patents.

Oracle, Google Suit Likely Postponed

The battle between Oracle and Google over Android is unlikely to go to trial later this month as initially planned.