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Eric is a freelance writer for InformationWeek specializing in mobile technologies.
Articles by Eric Zeman
posted in June 2015
Samsung has regained the US smartphone crown thanks to strong enough sales of the Galaxy S6. However, iPhone 6 sales are still strong.
Good Technology ported its enterprise email application to the Apple Watch so mobile professionals can manage their inboxes and IT can manage Apple's fledgling wearable.
The next iPhone, likely to be called the iPhone 6s, will look like the iPhone 6, but should have one unique feature to boost its appeal.
Samsung admitted to altering the behavior of Microsoft's Windows Update tool, but claims to have good intentions.
The latest developer build of iOS 9 includes a space-saving feature to help people stuff OS updates onto nearly full iPhones.
The "Undo Send" feature in Gmail graduated from beta status on June 23. That's nice, but here are three features that business users really need from Google's email service.
Apple has patented a way to make the plastic lines on the back of the iPhone disappear for good.
Estimates suggest a strong debut for the Apple Watch. Reports about the second-generation smartwatch point to a FaceTime camera.
The FCC's bruising attacks on broadband companies show its strong focus on consumers. The $100 million fine against AT&T is just the latest in this fight.
Beginning Wednesday, June 17, consumers can reserve an Apple Watch at their local Apple Store and pick it up on the same day.
Sony's uneven presence in the US got a boost from Verizon Wireless, which will sell the Xperia Z4v smartphone in the months ahead.
In the beta release of iOS 9, Apple has leaked another clue that points to a larger iPad model, according to one researcher.
BlackBerry mulls an Android handset to boost BES12 sales.
Later this month Apple will push a software update to iPhone and iPad owners resolving a pesky messaging bug.
Split-screen multitasking and changes to the keyboard will make the iPad a more powerful productivity machine for road warriors thanks to iOS 9.
Apple has plenty in store for iOS 9 and other products like HealthKit and Car Play, that it didn't talk about during the WWDC keynote. Here's a rundown.
InformationWeek was on hand at Apple's Worldwide Developers Conference 2015 in San Francisco Monday to hear all about about OS X, iOS 9, and watchOS. Here are our 10 favorite moments from the conference.
Google has released an update to its Chrome browser that tinkers with Flash to help save battery life in laptops. The company also is offering a new search tool for Android devices.
Apple Watch back orders will reach customers within two weeks, and Apple is planning to launch its smartwatch in seven more countries June 26.
Smartwatches account for only one quarter of wearables shipped during the first three months of the year, according to IDC. Can the Apple Watch change that?
Combined sales of the Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge surpassed those of last year's Galaxy S5, but are hardly setting any records for Samsung.
Typo's settlement with BlackBerry means it can no longer make and sell keyboards for the iPhone.