Theories of evolution vary as to how many millions of years ago man began walking upright, but in the day of mobile technology, it's taken less than a decade for the weight of the head, while hunching over devices, to begin affecting (among other physiology) posture.
Committed to mobile-first, Microsoft is extending its productivity services to customers in new ways and across platforms and devices.
Senior business managers, information security professionals and other key organizational stakeholders beware—within two years, nine emergent threats will make cybersecurity challenges way more difficult.
Selling used smartphones, tablets and other devices can be a great way for users to pocket extra cash and buyers to still get capable technology at good prices, but can also be a risky practice.
There's not a place in the city and on the outskirts of town where a Motorola Solutions interoperable communications system doesn't work, ensuring public safety in one of the world's top tourist destinations.
It was a very busy week at Microsoft as the Convergence 2015 user conference started out with CEO Satya Nadella laying out the company's role in the digital age.
Local favorite Blue Bottle Coffee will provide full service at a new multi-purpose space, which aims to foster a culture of technology innovation.
Texas healthcare organization leverages Mobile Heartbeat CURE solution for intra-hospital communications.
Change happens fast in enterprise mobility—here's a few from last week you might have missed.
Worldwide combined shipments of PCs, tablets, ultramobiles and mobile phones will increase this year and it's not hard to guess what's winning.