Wireless Spectrum Doomsday Looms
For now, tiered plans are keeping carrier networks from melting down. But demand for mobile broadband means the current system is unsustainable.
Obama's Insourcing Call Falls On Deft Ears
President Obama wants companies to bring jobs home, but smart businesses are already rethinking the insourcing and outsourcing mix--due to business advantage, not political rhetoric.
5 Mobile Trends From CES 2012
Big displays, fast networks, and sluggish progress on mobile payments stood out among the notable mobile trends at the Consumer Electronics Show.
iPad Killers Skip CES
Apple fiction trumps Android tablet fact at the Consumer Electronics Show, where serious iPad competitors failed to show up.
Is 2012 The Year Of Online Patients?
Meaningful Use programs, healthcare reform, and the public's love of mobile devices could add up to patients finally getting fully involved in their own care.
Kapow Delivers App Dev Punch
Content migration, mobile applications, and process automation are some examples of software development projects that pull data from multiple internal and external systems--just the kind of projects that Kapow aims to speed up.
CES 2012: LCD TV Displays To Dominate
Industry data suggests that CRT-type televisions will be all but gone by next year. Samsung and Apple stand to win big from the trend toward LCD displays.
Random Bursts of Cortical Activity
F. Paul Wilson isn't a tech guy, but he's no stranger to computers. And now Repairman Jack, his most famous creation, spills the technology beans on his personal pixel slinger.
2012: Year Of The Tablet
BYOD is not a fad. It's going to be a major productivity motivator, and its going to prove itself out in 2012.
CES 2012's Big Sleeper: Near Field Communications
NFC, the technology running behind Google Wallet and many mobile e-commerce applications, lurks in many of the smartphones on display at CES. But mobile commerce isn't the only reason that NFC deserves your attention.
Apple's Cool Factor Waning?
Apple's best years are behind it, opines one financial reporter. Really? We don't see anyone getting a Samsung tattoo.
Walmart, FT Go Shopping For Mobile Talent
These giants are buying mobile app development firms. How will your company meet its mobile development needs this year--in-house, contractors, or something in between?