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Google Glass Going to Work

6/23/2014
The leader in wearables announced the first enterprise developer partners for advancing the emerging technology in business.

No Cancer Link to Cell Phones Says COAI

6/23/2014
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.

IT's Real Role in Mobile Success

6/23/2014
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.

Google Leads Girl Code Effort

6/23/2014
With supporters that include Chelsea Clinton and Girl Scouts USA, Google kicked off the "Made with Code" initiative to inspire more females in technology.

T-Mobile Un-carries On

6/19/2014
CEO John Legere let expletives fly during the launch of the company's latest attempt to disrupt the industry.

BlackBerry is Coming Back

6/19/2014
Turning a slight profit, John Chen’s company beats The Street and looks ahead to more love for the enterprise.
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