UPS has launched an app that allows users to create shipments, calculate shipping rates and time in transit, track shipments, and find the nearest UPS location.
A look at the most popular trend stories over the past year, as viewed by our newsletter subscribers and site visitors.
In Parts 1 and 2 of this series we explored the steps to take to mobilize enterprise data and application design considerations. In this installment, we explore the next steps in the implementation process, including client-side caching, coding business logic, and building the user interface.
The application integrates
scheduled flights with the BlackBerry calendar, updating all gate,
arrival, and departure information in real time.
As the year draws to a close, we've compiled a list of the five case studies most read by our newsletter subscribers and site visitors.
Are rumors of a Google-branded, carrier-agnostic smartphone mere media frenzy, or a sign of impending doom for wireless carriers?
Remote access is the primary pathway to corporate data breaches, while wireless networks are the least likely path of intrusion, according to a new study.
The mobile compliance solution logs, archives, filters and issues alerts regarding all electronic communication on mobile devices.
DataViz, the creator of the Documents To Go mobile solution for Microsoft Office compatibility, now offers a version for the new Linux-powered mobile phone. Find out how about its key features.
The expansion of cloud services, the proliferation of mobile devices and mobile applications, and a rebounding economy will all put greater demands on public networks in 2010. Find out just how much Mobile Internet growth is expected in the next few years, according to the IDC report.