AT&T and T-Mobile opened up for pre-orders in the United States, being the first to offer the latest BlackBerry smartphone. Verizon followed.
There's a new world of ergonomics when it comes to mobile devices. The very nature of their portability often means lounging while using, but this bad posture, scrunched shoulders and bowed head can lead to chronic issues.
With a click of the mouse, Charts To Go promotes immediate sharing of spreadsheets and reports, eliminating the need for re-formatting.
Sprint to offer the Kyocera Torque, an ultra-rugged Android device built to survive drops and extreme environments.
The right back-end integration enables a two-way flow of data - one way to the app for productivity, and then back to the enterprise for insight.
New platform designed to help enterprises better manage apps after launch.
Wearable technology, while still in its infancy, is a mobile trend that is definitely coming, and one whose innovations remain untold.
Companies can discover benefits from mobile apps that leverage and extend core systems, bringing value to the business while making sense to the end user.
Lightweight case protects a mobile device while riding.
Cross-platform keyboard app features advanced swipe technology, contextual prediction and extendable plug-ins.