Don't-Miss Business Mobility Stories
Ports and software distinguish this tablet, which holds appeal for nonbusiness users, too.
The Latitude 2120 from Dell is a slightly ruggedized but otherwise unexceptional and uninspiring netbook that simply costs too much.
Dell’s monolithic black laptop for professional graphics artists and engineers brings a lot of horsepower--and heft--to the table.
After many successful months in Europe, the Galaxy S II line is finally coming to U.S. shores.
The long-awaited Droid Bionic is blazing fast and has a slew of great entertainment and business features, but the high price might make it a hard sell.
Why mess with pricey merchant-services plans? These two options let you plug a simple scanner into your smartphone to accept credit card payments from customers.
Looking for apps that are compatible with RIM's new BlackBerry 7 OS? CIO.com's Al Sacco spotlights 10 must-haves including apps for social networking, navigation, entertainment and a cool augmented reality browser.
Don't let the low price of this ultraportable fool you: It's fast, ergonomically sound, and state of the art in many respects.
Will the new QNX operating system be enough to save RIM's BlackBerry in the smartphone OS wars? We hope so, but the company needs to act fast--and improve its hardware.
Outstanding performance and configurability highlight this business-oriented, all-purpose laptop.
HP's solid ultraportable laptop offers exceptional toughness and some nice design flourishes.
The Bold gains a touchscreen, loses a few millimeters, and rocks an HD camcorder, but these features aren't enough to sway Android and iPhone owners--especially at such a high price.
The pricey BlackBerry Bold 9900 has a high quality feel and NFC support.
BlackBerry 7 OS adds much-needed performance boosts and cool features such as NFC and augmented reality, but RIM is mostly playing catch-up with this release.
The BlackBerry Torch 9810 improves on where the original Torch left off, but in specs it remains far behind the competition.