The End Of BYOD As We Know It?
March 21, 2013
Will IT need to limit which devices can connect to the corporate network? It feels like we're heading for separate Internets, aligned with mobile OSes and their respective clouds.
For HTC, The One Can't Come Soon Enough
March 07, 2013
HTC saw another precipitous revenue decline in February, putting even more pressure on the One smartphone's success.
Google Not Impressed With Motorola Smartphone Pipeline
March 01, 2013
Google exec says inherited Motorola product pipeline doesn't deliver the "wow."
What Won't Kill BlackBerry? Instagram Flap
February 25, 2013
Apps are essential for smartphone and tablet ecosystems -- but lack of a single app won't make or break any platform.
Samsung Looking To Elbow Past BlackBerry In The Enterprise
February 22, 2013
Samsung needs to overcome questions about Android security as it tries to steal business and government customers from BlackBerry and Apple.
BlackBerry Z10: 5 Best Features
February 08, 2013
After spending more than a week with the BlackBerry Z10 and the BlackBerry 10 OS, I have some opinions on what BlackBerry got right.
BlackBerry, Samsung Super Bowl Ads: Only Semi-Successful
February 04, 2013
BlackBerry and Samsung both took humorous turns with their Super Bowl commercials, with mixed results.
BlackBerry's New Enterprise Candy Won't Tempt CIOs
January 31, 2013
The company formerly known as RIM can't just copy the same things Apple and Google did to steal the top spot.
BlackBerry 10: Not All The Right Moves
January 31, 2013
BlackBerry got many elements of its pivotal new smartphone platform right, but not all of them. Let's break down the good and bad.
RIM BES 10: Too Little, Too Late
January 28, 2013
What does BlackBerry Enterprise Service 10 really bring to the table in terms of new enterprise management, security and true enterprise mobility?
Apple Needs More Than One iPhone To Compete
January 15, 2013
Apple needs to do better than one iPhone a year if it wants to maintain its position in the smartphone market.
Apple Tests iPhone 6? Not A Shocker
January 02, 2013
Server logs show that Apple is already working on the next-generation of its iPhone and iOS platform. Um, no kidding.
Mobile's Biggest Losers In 2012
December 28, 2012
The last twelve months have been turbulent for smartphone makers and wireless network providers. Here's who took it on the chin hardest.
Smartphone Race's Third Horse: Microsoft Or RIM?
December 18, 2012
Apple and Google are the two strong leaders in the smartphone wars. Microsoft recently kicked off its comeback bid, and RIM follows next month. Which one has the best shot of being the third horse in this race?
Yahoo Gets Serious About Mobile
December 12, 2012
New email and Flickr apps show that CEO Mayer is pushing to make Yahoo a contender in the mobile market.
Google's Motorola Acquisition: All About The Patents
December 11, 2012
Slew of facility closures and divestitures prove that Google was never interested in Motorola's hardware business.
Apple Vs. Samsung Returns To Court
December 06, 2012
Apple and Samsung revisit the courtroom to debate several major issues involved in their patent dispute, which Apple won. The eventual outcome may reverberate through the smartphone industry.
Schmidt: Apple, Google Waging A Cold War
December 05, 2012
Google chairman Eric Schmidt says don't oversimplify this complicated relationship -- and don't look for the patent fights to end soon.
Unlocked iPhone 5: Worth The Cost?
December 01, 2012
Apple is now selling an unlocked version of the iPhone 5 starting at $649. Make sure you know the pros and cons involved in buying an off-contract device.
Why Apple Can't Deny Google Maps On iPhone
November 16, 2012
When Google submits its rewritten Google Maps app for iOS, Apple can't block it.
Why Android's Dominance Is Bad
November 15, 2012
Google's Android platform grabbed a commanding 72% share of the smartphone market during the third quarter. That needs to change.
Low Smartphone Prices Hide Expensive Tradeoffs
November 06, 2012
The biggest phones of the year -- such as Apple iPhone 5, Samsung Galaxy Note II, Nokia Lumia 920 and Google Nexus 4 -- are relatively cheap at $49 to $399. But what will you pay in contracts and even software?
RIM Seeks Carrier Approval For BlackBerry 10
October 31, 2012
Research In Motion has given BlackBerry 10 to more than 50 carriers around the world for certification.
Nokia Reports Loss, Desperately Needs Hit Smartphone
October 18, 2012
Nokia's disastrous third quarter highlights just how badly the company needs Windows Phone 8 and the Lumia 920 to reach the market ASAP.
Foxconn: iPhone 5 Is Hard To Make
October 17, 2012
Apple iPhone 5 shortages are the result of a difficult manufacturing process, but Foxconn says its productivity is improving.
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