The recent security issues with Java 7 is just one reminder that mobile devices are also at risk to malware and cyberthieves.
CTIA will partner with IFA for its 2014 show, combining its traditionally separate wireless and mobile shows, with consumer electronics. The event is being dubbed the "CTIA Super Mobility Show."
Developers can build mobile apps using HTML5, thanks to Unvired platform.
Expanding its mobile device management solutions, Tangoe addresses the need for privacy restrictions, while keeping work data from personal.
New accounts payable product allows businesses to capture and approve receipts from anywhere, at any time.
Even though the leading tablet maker is noticeably absent at CES this week, tablets are still big at the show. In fact, Lenovo introduced a table tablet that comes in at 27 inches.
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Designed for mobile workers in the field, the FZ-G1 and JT-B1 expands Panasonic's line of rugged enterprise-grade tablets.
Staying connected at lunchtime has just been made easier. Aruba Networks has teamed up with HarborLink to provide a Wi-Fi service upgrade for hundreds of restaurants in North America.
The Sprint/Clearwire deal hit a snag on Jan. 8, when, in a surprise move, Dish Network Corp. submitted an unsolicited bid to buy Clearwire.