With persistent security concerns apparently being overcome, President Barack Obama is reportedly getting the thumbs up to soon obtain a souped-up BlackBerry for use in and around the White House and during presidential travel.
Baby Shaker app controversy notwithstanding, iPhone boosted 1Q 2009 results for Apple and AT&T. Verizon is reportedly in talks to have its own version of the iPhone on the market in 2010. Check out how all the major wireless players stack up so far this year.
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Apriva and Psion Teklogix Partner to Provide Payment Solutions for the Mobile Enterprise.
An AOTMP Research report identifies key benchmarks and offers the latest data about the mobility landscape.
Learn about Pyxis Mobile's free design workshop that helps a firm create a mobile business application that operates on BlackBerry, Windows Mobile, iPhone, or Symbian devices.
While handset sales are down, how has the recession impacted overall subscriptions? Find out what research for 2009 reveals.
The popular cell phone with multiple media applications tops the list according to Experian Simmons, which also reveals data to explain how men and women use the cell phone differently; find out about those gender differences.
Find out how this successful cutting-edge company is equipping its technicians with BlackBerry and GPS technology that streamlines processing and decreases paperwork. Get the scoop here.
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