Keeping Up With Smartphone Data-Storage Security
The more powerful your smartphone gets, the more likely you are to use it to store important business data. And that means paying closer attention to a couple of important storage security concerns.
Amazon Boosts Kindle Royalties
Authors can almost double the amount they receive from sales of digital books priced 20% or more below the list price for the physical book version.
iPhone 4 On Verizon In 2011?
AT&T's exclusive right to market the smartphone will reportedly expire at year's end and Apple is said to be open to new partners.
Apple iPhone 4 Supply Issues Could Hurt Sales
Supply chain management issues that delayed pre-order shipments dates combined with the new smartphone's technical glitches, could spell opportunity for competitors according to iSuppli.
Seagate Launches 3TB External Hard Drive
Positioned to meet a projected nine-fold increase in consumer household digital media storage by 2014, the drive can store up to 120 HD movies, 1,500 video games and more for approximately 8 cents per gigabyte.
Amazon Releases Kindle App For Apple iOS
The e-book application can play audio and video on Apple's iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch and enables publishers to add instruction videos to how-to books, readings from authors and other add-ons.
AT&T Upgrades NYC Mobile Network
Increases in its 3G network wireless capacity should bring improved service, fewer dropped calls to New York iPhone and other smartphone users, said the telecom.
Apple Sells 1.7M iPhones In 3 Days
Apple announced this morning that it sold more than 1.7 million iPhones between Thursday, June 24, and Saturday, June 26. CEO Steve Jobs called it the most successful product launch in Apple's history.
iPhone 4 Launch: 1.5M Sold, 77% To Upgraders
Apple has not yet released official iPhone 4 sales figures, but analysts guess that most of the approximate 1.5 million iPhones sold opening weekend are going to previous iPhone owners.
Windows Phone 7 An 'Ad Machine'? No Thanks
Microsoft needs Windows Phone 7 to be a success when it launches later this year. Calling it an "ad-serving machine" is not going to help Microsoft sell many Windows Phone 7 devices.
RIM Passes 100 Million BlackBerry Mark
Research In Motion announced its latest quarterly earnings today. it sold 11.2 million BlackBerries, pushing it past 100 million total sold. Net income was up to $769 million.
iPhone 4 Teardown Telegraphs Future iPad Gyro
The first true teardown of Apple's iPhone 4, performed by UBM TechInsights, reveals its internal A4 processor and points the way to a related iPad slot that might soon host the handset's digital gyroscope.
Image Gallery: iPhone vs. iPad Gyro Slot
UBM TechInsights' detailed teardown of the iPhone reveals a slot housing a micro-electro-mechanical gyroscope. The device is absent from the iPad -- but there's an open slot for it.
The Ultimate In Mobile Storage Security
Mobile storage is a double-edged sword. Most small businesses can't work without the ability to take sensitive customer data outside the office from time to time.
Apple's FaceTime App Is Awesome
FaceTime -- Apple's video chatting software for the iPhone 4 -- is nearly flawless. To put it simply, it just works. First impressions here.
iPhone 4 Launch: I Had It Easy
The Apple iPhone 4 went on sale starting at 7AM this morning. I woke up at the crack of dawn to get in line at my local Apple Store. Here's what happened.
iPhone 4 On Sale Now
Apple's new smartphone officially went on sale Thusday, but consumers may have a tough time getting one.
Droid X Puts iPhone 4 On Notice
Motorola's new Droid X should give iPhone 4 shoppers pause. It has a bigger screen, better camera, and the Verizon Wireless network backing it up.