We've compiled a list of the five most-read product announcements to appear in Mobilizer since early August 2008. From the sleekest handhelds (including the first Android entry) to rugged devices for the field, your top 5 product picks for fall cover all the bases.
New BlackBerry touchscreen phone is due in the U.S. on the Verizon network in late fall 2008.
It's a lively concept that engenders much debate. Not everybody even agrees on what it really means.But like the change of seasons, it seems to cycle back around every quarter.
Sybase 365 commissioned research that shows that some 34% of banks offer mobile services to customers and an additional 32 percent plan to offer mobile services in the next 12-24 months.
Price and screen size are critical factors for success, according to Strategy Analytics.
Rigorous third-party testing validates the security and reliability of Good's S/MIME solution.
Nokia plans to form its enterprise solutions offering by combining
its own devices and applications with software solutions from industry
leading enterprise vendors such as Microsoft, IBM, Cisco and others.
With a simple click, users can transfer a call, dial the extension of a
colleague or seamlessly move a call between their desk phone and their
Study by J.Gold Associates shows BlackBerry
remains dominant even as Windows Mobile, iPhone and Android increase share.
The HTC Touch device combines full touch-screen functionality and a QWERTY keyboard with a mobile Web experience that includes Google services such as Google Maps Street View, Gmail, and YouTube.