The smart approach is to first consider the features that will best
suit your operational needs, then match the device to those features.
In this article, we'll take a look at the most important considerations
when choosing the right mobile device for your mobile strategy.
A new software application launched gives guests attending the historic 2009 Presidential Inauguration the ability to navigate Washington with a glance at their smart phone.
While BlackBerrys and iPhones are the clearcut winners, you're also focusing on all things related to the wireless workplace, including expense management, effective needs analysis and security.
One is a sleek upgrade of a tried-and-true device, the other takes things in a whole new direction with a clickable touchscreen. Both came to market in November 2008. Here's how they're faring so far.
The new shipment of BlackBerry Storm (model 9530) devices is significant, but supplies will still be limited. It's the first time the device has been in stores since its November 21, 2008, launch.
Yankee Group's top 10 predictions report previews significant change and evolution on the path to anywhere.
Wireflly.com sought the best of the worst cellphone stories; five winners were chosen for their creativity, humor and originality.
New offering is first push-to-talk BlackBerry smartphone with built-in Wi-Fi and group connect
Study suggests preference for mobile working makes desktop tools a low-priority expense.
Handango will offer Best Buy Mobile customers a content catalogue of
top-quality apps ranging from business and productivity to
entertainment and games for Windows Mobile, Blackberry, Palm, and
Symbian S60 smartphones.