Customers in UK and Ireland will be first to get the new
smartphone, followed by Germany, Netherlands, Spain, France, Italy and South Africa.
times have you needed access to your organization's line-of-business (LoB)
applications to carry out a key task, such as checking the availability of a
product before accepting an order or following up on an outstanding support
ticket for an important client, etc., but you find yourself away from a desk or
your laptop is without an Internet connection? What are you to do?
Evidence suggests that the long-anticipated BlackBerry Storm 2 may be ready to hit the shelves in late October 2009, and the chatter is equally strong that the Blackberry Bold 2 (also known as BlackBerry 9700 Onyx) may also be released in October or November. Find out what features are expected from both sequel handsets and (what the arrivals could mean for the enterprise user).
Handset maker's recent enterprise-related deals emphasize unified
communications, fixed mobile convergence, and mobilizing business
Satisfaction with smartphones among business users has increased by 43 index points from
2008 as these devices have become more stylish, customizable and
Yes, if they're not properly managed, according to management consulting firm Compass. It claims centralizing contracts and eliminating redundancy can reduce telecom
costs by up to 40%.
Existing T-Mobile customers can order the device beginning Oct. 19, 2009; it hits stores Nov. 2.
On the eve of the 2009 CTIA Wireless IT & Entertainment
Convention in San Diego are to be believed, AT&T announce
that it will allow mobile VoIP services -- such as Skype and Google Voice VoIP -- on the iPhone. Find out why this is such a big deal.
The Samsung Intrepid is an international-capable phone using the new Windows Mobile 6.5 operating system.
Microsoft expects partners to deliver more than 30 new phones in more than 20 countries by the end of 2009.