The company has launched BlackBerry-compatible versions of its Data Capture and Field Force applications.
Good news for global mobile enterprises: the new Verizon Skype service will initially be available in March 2010 on a range of BlackBerry smartphones already well entrenched in the business world.
AT&T, Sprint and Verizon are among the 24 telecommunications operators from around the world who are uniting to create the Wholesale Applications Community. The goal? Create an alliance to build an open platform that delivers applications to all mobile phone users. Will developers bite?
uDrove, a new compliance management tool, is now available for owner/operators and fleets. Find out which devices the solution is comatible with.
The technology will be utilized for applications such as electronic payment and online banking via mobile phone.
The company's Visibility Service for Handhelds provides companies with extensive knowledge and reporting about their BlackBerry devices.
ABI Research analyst Kevin Burden says the most successful smartphones are those that do one thing very, very well.
At a time when the line between the mobile consumers and enterprise users is getting as blurry as a stick in water, Motorola has announced that it will be splitting into consumer and enterprise divisions.
Today's lesson: when dating someone who carries a concealed firearm, always keep your BlackBerry at your side.
The new offering helps WorldMate users connect with business colleagues wherever they travel.