HP's Happy Talk: Enough Already
The next two to five years will be difficult for HP, as it tries to transform itself into a consulting and high-end services business like IBM.
A Look Back At Palm
Remember Palm? It's the end of an era for a company that once defined the mobile device business.
Wild Day Leaves HP With Much To Prove
A low margin PC business combined with a stilted mobile effort was a distraction for a company with much bigger battles to win. But it's a shame HP didn't realize this long ago.
The RIM Empire Strikes Back
RIM has three shiny new BlackBerry models and a compelling goodie for SMBs. But the mobile buzz is all Google-rola.
iPad 3? Not By Christmas Time
Here's a guess at when the iPad 3 will hit the market--think less sleigh bells and more fireworks and summer vacations.
Public Hotspot Safety Hinges On VPNs
Virtual private networks prevent wireless snooping, alert you to man-in-the-middle attacks, and encrypt the network payload should you be diverted through such an attack.
LTE iPhone Being Tested By Carriers
Apple's wireless network operator partners are already conducting field tests of an iPhone with high-speed Long Term Evolution technology on board.
When A Flawed EHR Threatens Patients
When Harvard investigators tried to figure out why a patient nearly died, they discovered that even a sophisticated system of e-reminders and alerts isn't always enough.
Motorola May Flex Its Patent Muscle
Motorola Mobility CEO Sanjay Jha recently hinted that the company would consider using its formidable patent portfolio to collect royalties.