Mozilla Previews Firefox For Tablets
Mozilla steps up to challenges over its relevance with more than simply a large-screen adaptation of its smartphone app. But it should be doing more.
Samsung Preps 7.7-Inch Tablet
Clues suggest Samsung will roll out three new devices, including yet another Android-based tablet, at the IFA event in Berlin on September 1.
Who Should Buy RIM?
Mobile-watchers debate the merits of a sale to Google, Microsoft, or Samsung. Or does RIM need a buyout at all?
Apple's Jobs Resigns: The Speech We Wish He'd Given
During June's Apple WWDC, the thought was unavoidable: Was this the last time we'd see Steve Jobs on stage? Here's how I wish -- selfishly, of course -- he could have constructed his exit, one befitting of this unique man and company.
RIM Updates PlayBook OS, Bridge App
Research In Motion is rolling out some significant updates to its tablet today. It also made the beta of the Native SDK for BlackBerry Tablet OS available to developers.
Mobile App Counts Don't Mean Much
Most people spend the majority of their time with a very small number of programs, so don't be swayed by boasts of hundreds of thousands of mobile apps.
Defending Tape, Once Again
Tape and disk both have a role to play, especially in the larger enterprise. Be wary of the vendor that says you only need one or the other.
Cheap iPhone 4 Coming In Weeks
A less expensive iPhone 4 with only 8GB of storage is already being manufactured in Asia, reports say. Sprint looks to be in line to distribute the iPhone 5.