Demonstrating the shift in the market today from PCs to tablets and smartphones, Sims Recycling Solutions will now refurbish and resell used mobile devices.
With $100 billion sitting in a cash pile overseas, Apple testifies before a Homeland Security subcommittee on why the company doesn't repatriate its profits.
Provider collaborates with Samsung and the DoD to enable secure use of Galaxy devices within the U.S. federal government.
BlackBerry execs speak on BB10 adoption, BYOD, Balance and the competition.
The new Cedar Rapids Technology Center replaces the company's existing facility and underscores Intermec's commitment to R&D and ongoing efforts to deliver innovative solutions that meet global client needs.
While iOS and Android continue to dominate the smartphone market, BlackBerry takes a back seat to Microsoft for the first time.
Microsoft's certification company enables enterprises, app developers to certify mobile apps without the cost of setting up a test lab.
McCoy's Corp. improves truck management and gains insight into delivery information, while influencing driver behavior.
Employees want the same UX they get from personal apps in the ones they use at work, and “Fiori” embraces the user, with simplified HTML5 apps, designed to work seamlessly across devices.
The "youthful and fun" smartphone, featuring a QWERTY keyboard, will be released in selected markets.