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Surprise Bid Submitted for Clearwire

1/9/2013
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.

Sophos Secures Per User, Not Device

1/9/2013
Combining endpoint and mobile protection to simplify security, the new Enduser Protection by Sophos strives to minimize IT expenses and improve business productivity in a multiple device BYOD environment.

AirWatch Now Offering Independent MAM

1/9/2013
By building and managing internal mobile apps, enterprises can provide convenience and flexibility to their associates, especially in BYOD management scenarios.

Are the Next iPhones on Their Way?

1/8/2013
It was only the first business day of the new year and there were already reports of new devices from Apple. Then, just a few days later, rumors about an additional gadget were flying.

A Stick of Data

1/8/2013
Data goes fully mobile without smartphone, tablet or laptop, through a Dell device enabling users to instantly turn a display into a flexible, securely managed, communications-enabled thin client for work, demos or presentations.

Avoiding Smartphone Injuries

1/7/2013
In our never disconnected life, the over use of technology can cause repetitive stress injuries. Carpal tunnel syndrome is well known and affects millions of workers across all industries, but did you know that there's at least six common injuries that can come from using a smartphone?

Native Field App Available for Surface

1/7/2013
FieldOne Sky eliminates paperwork and was developed specifically to leverage all the built-in features of the Surface device and is compatible with Windows 8 and RT.

ASAP BarCloud

1/4/2013
The ASAP BarCloud app tracks inventory and capital and depreciable assets with a mobile device.

BlackBerry 10

1/4/2013
Two BlackBerry 10 devices along with the full platform will launch on January 30.
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