Last week saw the highest high and a lowest low for the top two mobile device makers. Apple reported record 2Q15 earnings—$4.8 billion—and device sales—46% growth. Samsung's 4Q14 IT and mobile division's profit dropped 64%. How did analysts react to the news?
Between personal and work use, you could almost say we spend every waking moment staring at a screen—what are all these devices doing to our vision?
While Sprint and T-Mobile were fighting over commercials for data, Verizon customers were actually using it at the University of Phoenix Stadium during the big game.
It was a record year for market consolidation, and technologies that are transforming entire industries—or have the potential to do so—continue to drive deals and are expected to rapidly return in 2015.
Now cards in the Google app predictively aid users with relevant suggestions based on past and preferred searches and calendars.
New scanner app for iOS and Android can warn users about potentially dangerous links in QR codes.
Intelligent application analytics technology will be leveraged to monitor and measure the mobile fan experience during the big game.
Change happens fast in enterprise mobility—here's a few from last week you might have missed.
While watching the game, fans will also be staring at their tablets and smartphones—which apps will be used most?
Office has further expanded to the "cloud-first, mobile-first" world to include more functionality on non-Windows devices.