Profile of Boonsri DickinsonAssociate Editor of BYTE
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Boonsri Dickinson is the Associate Editor of BYTE
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posted in October 2012
BYTE's Boonsri Dickinson spent some time using the Windows Phone 8X by HTC and found that it is relatively easy despite some problems along the way. Watch her video interview with the engineer in charge of Windows Phone 8 development to find out more about the phone's security features.
Microsoft finally makes its mark in the new smartphone and tablet era, but will enterprises adopt the Surface as quickly as they have the iPad, and will developers create apps for it?
Romo is a mobile dock for smartphones that you control with another smart phone or other device, such as an iPad, or a Web browser. Crowd funding sites like Kickstarter and Indiegogo have made it easier to get a hardware startup off the ground.
Say goodbye to privacy: In the future, advertisers, app makers, the government, and even our employers might be able to assess our personalities and react based on what we do with our phones.
Amazon's new Whispercast for Kindle is expected to help schools and companies buy and distribute apps, books, and other content across a number of Amazon devices. The tool also includes some mobile device management capabilities.
Good Technology announced two new products today, flowing from their Copiun acquisition, that give employees more ways to collaborate on the go, expanding beyond email to instant messaging and file sharing.
If you are a small business owner who is clueless about cyber security risks, you're not alone. BYTE spoke to Visa's chief enterprise risk officer to find out 5 things you should know about, so you don't become a fool when you accept payments in our increasingly digital and mobile world.
Jive moves into the cloud and empowers social, mobile workers with new announcements, including a partnership with Box. What does the BYOD and consumerization of IT mean for the future of collaboration?
PC shipments are down 8%, according to Gartner, because more consumers are choosing tablets and smartphones. Only 87.5 million PCs were sold in the third quarter of 2012.
54th David Packard Media of Achievement Award winner Reid Hoffman believes that making the world better should be a core mission in every organization, not just an afterthought.
Box adds editing, search, and new partners as it strives to position itself as a cloud content management platform.
At BoxWorks conference Box declares its dedication to addressing enterprise needs with secure sign-in and more integration with third parties such as SAP.
BYOD is a small part of the consumerization of IT, says Intel IT CTO Ed Goldman. Employee choice, built-in mobility in new apps, and fewer security walls to leap are critical to keeping employees happy.
Globant is the fastest growing company in Argentina's history. At the Intel Capital Global Summit last week, Globant co-founder Guibert Englebienne talked about what makes his firm such a popular choice for outsourced app development, and how he helps companies keep BYOD employees happy.
Paul Fejtek, a managing director at Hunter Wise Financial Group, is the only person with branchial plexus palsy to reach the summit of Mt. Everest. In an interview with BYTE, he talks about the gadgets--and personal resolve--that made it possible.
In an interview with CIO.com, Electronic Arts CIO Mark Tonnesen talks about his plans to take the games giant from a "burning oil platform" to modern business tactics, with BYOD and consumerization of IT leading the way.