The case, designed for the BlackBerry Curve, reduces radiation emanating from the device by over 60 percent.
An ICR study points to a relatively short product life. Find out why.
Maverick Stimulation Company, LLC uses OtterBox cases to keep its BlackBerry devices protected in the field.
The device allows a user to display and manage a PowerPoint
presentation wirelessly from a BlackBerry smartphone.
A recent report from Forrester Research finds that smartphones reached a 17 percent share of U.S. adult subscribers in 2009.
New regulations that were approved in 2009 went into effect in Illinois, New Hampshire and Oregon on January 1, 2010, and there are some 200 bills proposed nationwide to curb distracted driving.
Exclusive Yankee Group report examines the carrier relationship with the enterprise. Check out how the Big Four U.S. wireless carriers stack up in business-class services.
What makes the device's Jan. 5, 2010 debut notable is that the company is selling the device through a new Web store where consumers can purchase the phone without signing on for a specific carrier service.
The HP iPAQ Glisten device is strictly business and it is loaded with features tailored for the mobile professional. Find out all about them.
Zenprise announces enhancements to its MobileManager platform that help enterprises quickly manage new smartphones connecting to corporate mobile networks (including devices running the newly-released Android OS).