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Personal mobile devices still present huge security challenge, say HIMSS Analytics focus group participants.
Nokia's new phone, $99 without contracts or subsidies, will compete with low-cost Android devices in emerging markets.
First software update, version XE5, responds to queries "wicked fast" and adds support for Google+ notifications, among other improvements.
Motivated by more than 100 million iOS users, Google is developing better iPhone apps.
Nokia's upcoming Windows Phone could be CEO Stephen Elop's last chance to soothe dissatisfied investors.
Apple iPhones and iPads snagged 69% of mobile Web traffic in April, despite Android's advantage in device market share.
Comedians and pundits are making a mockery of Google Glass. Here are 11 ways Google could get the last laugh.
iBeacon mobile device accessory clips onto bags and uses audio and lights to notify owners of activity on their cell phones.
Samsung eats into Apple's profits in Q1, but the two smartphone giants' closest competitor took only 1% of the sector's profits.
Nine in 10 elementary, middle and high school students believe mobile devices will change the way kids learn, Pearson survey finds.
Autodesk, Mozilla and Otoy have a plan to stream software from any platform into Web browsers.
PCs aren't dead, but laptops and desktops have seen their best days.
Department of Defense approves use of BlackBerry and Samsung devices by military and government workers, a big win for the two companies.
Myfamily app presents content from Healthfinder.gov site to help consumers take charge of their healthcare.
Google may go with LG rather than its own Motorola unit to make the next Nexus smartphone.
Two decades ago, the first Web page came to life. These milestones for users and developers have made the Web what it is today.
Intel announces new CEO, along with more details about its upcoming Haswell chips. But Intel's smartphone and tablet rivals continue to gain power.
HTC's second quarter results look better than first, but plenty of make-up work lies ahead. Promos for the new HTC One smartphone might help.
Investors eye the growing wearable health device market as sensors become more sophisticated and deliver more health information to consumers.
Majority of CIOs in six countries queried in SAP study see potential in the Internet of Things, but U.S. and U.K. respondents show more doubt than...
Android fans might want to reel in their expectations about exciting new hardware at Google I/O.
iPad Mini is grabbing nearly two-thirds of all iPad sales, suppliers say.
Google Glass may usher in the era of wearable computing, but based on my first few days, this is a long way from being a mass market product.
Mobile application development will test many IT teams as they deal with everything from mobile context to Google Glass-like displays.
Redact says its peer-to-peer iPhone messaging app is invulnerable to third-party eavesdropping, and invites you to prove it wrong.
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