The mbrace application enables you to lock and unlock your vehicle using your BlackBerry, and to locate your vehicle in a crowded parking lot.
The Rave Guardian location-enabled application is for mobile users at higher education institutions, and offers tools to improve safety while on campus. Find out how it works.
The town of South Windsor, Conn., uses BlackBerry smartphones equipped with Freeance software to provide GPS tracking for management of everything from snow plows to police canine units.
The new Bold is currently available for $199.99 with a two-year contract.
Learn how enterprises acquired more devices while reducing its costs this year significantly.
With the flu and cold season upon us (not to mention the H1N1 scare), recent findings offer a harsh reminder that our mobile devices are considered a main culprit for collecting and spreading germs. Fear not: you can still use your cell phone without it becoming a petri dish -- and win the "germ warfare" game just in time for the holidays.
The application provides real-time, end-to-end FIPS 140-2 encryption to secure private conversations.
A workshop on Nov. 20, 2009 will evaluate solutions that minimize such driving distractions as text messages and phone calls.
Nokia's share of the worldwide smartphone market reached an all time low in 3Q 2009 at 39%, while Research In Motion reached 20% market share, its highest yet.
BlackBerry and Apple are clear winners in smartphone sales in 3Q 2009, based on recent market reports from sources including Gartner, IDC, and Strategy Analytics.