- August 13, 2008
The durability of ruggedized mobile devices is only the first consideration for mobile managers with workers who take devices into hazardous environments. Connectivity, usability and portability are also important features.
- July 09, 2008
GPS route optimization can replace radio dispatch to boost productivity while cutting gasoline costs.
- July 02, 2008
With its new CF-U1 rugged ultramobile PC (UMPC), Panasonic lets users take Vista on the go with a tiny form factor.
- January 21, 2008
Part barcode scanner, part mobile VoIP phone, Motorola's CA50 connects retail sales associates with the information customers need.
- May 30, 2007
Mobile devices and software have helped Lance Inc. streamline delivery and field sales efficiency.
- February 21, 2007
Fixed-mobile convergence may be pushed out the door before it's really able to take hold by a new vision of what one vendor is calling "mobile-to-mobile convergence."
- February 07, 2007
Dual-mode Wi-Fi and cellular VoIP phones are poised for huge growth, while mobile and single-mode phone sales continue to climb.
- January 17, 2007
The Apple iPhone is an eye-catching delight, but its split personality and lack of functionality may limit its ability to break down enterprise walls.
- September 19, 2006
After a few days of swirling rumors, Motorola today acquired Symbol Technologies, a move that will help users gain more flexibility in mobile device choice and support.
- October 10, 2005
To say that the mobile communications industry has made staggering progress over the course of the last 20 years could hardly be called an overstatement. Mobile phones, which once weighed upwards of 5 pounds and possessed only ephemeral battery life...
- March 30, 2005
A new research report says companies could benefit from an increasingly competitive mobile voice market, as provider rivalries drives down prices and new services emerge.
- August 02, 2004
Thanks to some new research, enterprises now have a better way to decide who really need a mobile device.
- March 18, 2004
Hewlett-Packard has plunged into the rugged device market with a pair of new portable outdoor computers and a new partnership with Itronix. An analyst says the growing need to replace flimsy PDAs with sturdy machines is likely to create more ...
- February 26, 2004
Even though smart phones are the talk of the town, In-Stat/MDR says that PDA shipments will remain strong in 2004, thanks to a number of smaller, cheaper devices.
- February 02, 2004
Though it could mean watching sales of its own devices slide, Research In Motion wants to provide users with more device choices via numerous third-party BlackBerry clones, which will debut in the coming months.