Panasonic's new rugged convertible tablet PC is designed for use in several verticals. It features optional integrated 4G LTE wireless capability, up 10 hours of battery life and a 500 GB hard drive.
Nokia introduced two new smartphones that feature Windows 8 and Microsoft device compatibility, Microsoft Office Mobile productivity solutions and compatible SkyDrive cloud storage. No U.S. release date as of press time.
With the FIPS 140-2 certification, government and other security-conscious organizations can deploy BlackBerry 10 devices with confidence when they're available in 2013.
The companies are partnering to help enterprises speed up their on-premise data sharing and storage deployments.
Dell says its Wyse Cloud Client Manager helps IT departments cost-effectively offer the experience employees require while working to secure sensitive corporate data and enforce business policies.
Sprint will pay $480 million for PCS spectrum and U.S. Cellular customers in parts of the Midwest.
Samsung's program helps to end Android fragmentation and also gives enterprises devices that are approved for corporate use.
The RFID-equipped mobile computer is built for use in logistics, warehouse, transportation, and manufacturing.
The Wireless Broadband Alliance's survey reveals that hotspot connections are now led by smartphones (40%), followed closely by laptops (39%) and then tablets (17%).
The MT1010 features dual cameras, front- and rear-facing, which enable video meetings.