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iOS app simplifies group texting for businesses
The latest version of Nokia Solutions and Networks software for running mobile carriers is virtualized, pointing toward a future of fully cloud-based systems that could help operators run even more efficiently and roll out new services more quickly.
Xtify, founded in 2009 and based in New York, has a range of large consumer-focused clients.
Smartphone vendors have rekindled their infatuation with enterprises as the consumer segment fizzles; this week's exhibit is the launch of LG Electronics' Gate, which separates users' professional and private lives through virtualization.
When 340 high school students figured out how to remove mobile device management software from their iPads, they did more than gain access to social networks and banned websites. They exposed what can go wrong with Apple's approach to supporting companies and schools looking to deploy and manage thousands of iPads.
New products will run Windows 8.1 and Android; Windows RT gets the cold shoulder.
Now that smartphones and tablets are essential equipment for businesses of all sizes, HP is giving part of its huge installed base a chance to keep up with its 1200w Mobile Print Accessory. It plugs into a printer's USB port and enables NFC connections with mobile devices for direct printing.
The company said its EliteBook 800 laptop models are 40 percent thinner and 28 percent lighter than previous models.
Delta is replacing the reams of reference materials normally carried by its pilots with Surface 2 tablets.
Ericsson says it has a small solution to the big problem of weak mobile service in enterprises.
Samsung announced its Solutions Exchange program Wednesday that will help companies write and deploy mobile applications on Samsung smartphones and tablets.
A look at BlackBerry's greatest achievements, and the big mistakes that caused it to plummet from the top into the cellar seemingly over night.
Touch ID is still the best thing to happen to iPhone security. Here's why.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration intends to regulate only mobile apps that are medical devices and could pose a risk to a patient's safety if they do not function as intended.
BlackBerry's messenger app for Android and iPhone will not roll out this week as the company struggles to block an unreleased version of the Android app that affected its system.