Hack An iPhone, Win $10,000
In TippingPoint's DVLabs contest, hackers also have the option of trying to execute a successful exploit against a Web browser.
Motorola Selling Off Good Technology
Motorola purchased the mobile e-mail company two years ago to better compete in the enterprise market with BlackBerry maker Research In Motion.
'Guitar Hero' Rocks On To Android
With the introduction of paid applications in the Android Market, a wave of high-profile games may be coming to Google's mobile platform.
MySpace Outlines Mobile Ambitions
CEO Chris de Wolfe says he will turn to advertising to monetize the social network, as nearly a quarter of MySpace members access the site from a cell phone.
UC: All About Predictability
I had a chance to chat recently with Henry Dewing of Forrester Research about Forrester's latest UC report, and the conversation quickly turned to ROI.
Acer Takes The Smartphone Plunge
Details on four of the 10 Tempo smartphones Acer plans to launch this year were released Monday at the GSMA Mobile World Congress.
LG Commits To Windows Mobile
The company will be releasing at least 50 handsets with the Windows platform for mobile phones, with up to 26 coming out by 2012.
Vodafone Intros 'Magic' Android Phone
The second major smartphone with the Android operating system relies on a touch-heavy interface, has Wi-Fi, 3G, Bluetooth, and has deep integration with Google's Web services.
Garmin-Asus Show Off M20 Nuvifone
The touch-screen M20 will be powered by Windows Mobile 6.1 Professional and will feature many location-based services, including turn-by-turn navigation.
Qualcomm Paves Way For Mobile Payments
The company has added support for Near Field Communication technology in some of its mobile chipsets, which could lead to phones that can be used as mobile wallets.
So What Is The Value Of Video?
As enterprises look for ways to save on travel and to do business internationally in a more effective and cost-efficient manner, video is poised to take off.
BlackBerry Enterprise Server Revealed
Version 5.0 of RIM's back-end server software is expected to improve administrative controls, enhance e-mail capabilities, and offer 450 security policies.
Tibco Launches Hardware Messaging Appliance
The supplier of Rendezvous infrastructure messaging software is bringing out its first hardware product, looking to speed up communications for brokerage houses and other industries requiring fast messaging services.
The Mobile UC Endpoint
Will the smartphone become your only computer, and if so, what are the implications for the enterprise-in terms of cost and security, among other issues?
Virgin Readies Ocean 2 Smartphone
The updated Ocean has multimedia features and can get push e-mail on the go, but may have a hard time standing out in an increasingly crowded field.