Apple's extraordinary run over the last few years may begin to show signs of slowing next year--its first year without visionary leader Steve Jobs.
At Lifetime Products, Apple products breached a long-time Microsoft stronghold, disrupted a conservative IT culture and tested the CIO's mettle to inspire his troops and embrace the consumerization of IT.
Analysis: For CIOs, the year 2012 will be one of huge opportunity and incredible risk as Android phones and tablets drive deeper into the enterprise.
Smartphones galore, harried shoppers, crowded places, all make up an environment rife with theft.
What gadget tops your holiday wish list? A Siri-speaking iPhone 4S? A shiny, new iPad 2? Or maybe you're hoping for an ultra-thin MacBook Air.
Has iPhone 4S battery life got you down? Stop complaining. The new iPhone is the torchbearer for battery life among smartphones.
A new Citrix SDK helps Windows software developers solve a big problem: How to extend desktop apps to the iPad and iPhone.
Get ready, CIOs! Apple unleashed iOS 5, which means employees using iPhones and iPads will be bringing the new operating system to work.
Mobile business intelligence app developer Roambi wants to marry the excitement of a magazine narrative with the dryness of business intelligence data on the iPad. The goal is to tell the story behind the numbers.
Thanks to the iPad, the traditional IT culture is about to be upended.
The unique design contains some subliminal messages (and some more obvious ones), suggests a Silicon Valley design firm.
Beware of these pitfalls, and keep these tips in mind, when using iPhone apps for your work.