At BlackBerry World RIM this week has announced, demonstrated and delivered to developers a new BB 10-based smart mobile device - a prototype of what new versions of BlackBerry hardware might look like when the devices launch in early Q3 2012. The developer device does not sport a keyboard - and that's good news.
The company is getting serious about delivering a cloud-based mobile capability. It's first effort involves a tight partnership with Microsoft and works with Microsoft Office 365. It's a first step to a larger scale cloud offering.Get the details. Is there a BES cloud offering in your future?
Today's fast-paced business relies more than ever on cell/smart phones, tablets and data cards to stay connected. However, with growth comes significant challenge in managing the expenses associated with wireless devices. This quick-read whitepaper shows how organizations can improve their management of mobile devices including achieving better service, improved productivity, and hard-dollar cost savings up to 25%.
Companies that are preparing to move forward with mobile deployments more often than not believe they can simply build mobile applications in-house. Nothing is further from the truth however. Excellent TCO and ROI can only be gained through quick deployments that leverage already established expertise. This white paper provides a comprehensive perspective on the issue.
The new strategic direction leverages on ST-Ericsson's unique capability to deliver complete system solutions for smartphones and tablets. Competitive integrated modem plus application processor solutions will be the key differentiating offering through a combined approach of development and alliances.
The company has released its new Reliance Nitro 2.7, the first full-featured file system for Android. The new Android file system combines strong read and write performance with fast mount time, rock-solid reliability, and a comprehensive tool set.
The Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority (MBTA) and Masabi US Ltd, a key player in transit mobile ticketing, have announced that they will be partnering to bring mobile ticketing to MBTA commuter rail riders this fall for users of for iPhone, Android, and Blackberry smartphones.
ClickSoftware has delivered on a comprehensive enterprise mobility app store, delivering both a large collection of mobile application modules and the technology to cohesively tie them into larger scale mobile apps.
Mobile apps platform vendor Appcelerator has announced the release of its new Titanium 2.0 platform. The product launch delivers a new suite of mobile cloud services and much needed HTML5 support.
New research report looks at security, networks, and wireless access to support mobility growth, also provides forecast for federal mobile IT investments.