According to the largest mobile communications association in India, health hazards from wireless/mobile technology are "myths"—contrary to a study of 1,800 studies on the issue.
The role of the IT in mobility should be architect, not gatekeeper. In other words: get out of the way of user facing LOBs, where ideation and value creation really happens.
With supporters that include Chelsea Clinton and Girl Scouts USA, Google kicked off the "Made with Code" initiative to inspire more females in technology.
The tablet market declined this year, but it's expected to pick again and see shifts in OSes and brands.
Change happens fast in mobile—here's a few from last week you might have missed.
CEO John Legere let expletives fly during the launch of the company's latest attempt to disrupt the industry.
Turning a slight profit, John Chen’s company beats The Street and looks ahead to more love for the enterprise.
Researchers have developed a new method for authenticating mobile devices based on waveguides carved into Gorilla Glass.
The latest in "Uncarrier" programs enables users to try out a fully loaded iPhone 5s on the T-Mobile network for 7 days, for free.
The Fire may either up employee expectations from a UX perspective, or just add to the glut of smartphones in the enterprise.