- April 30, 2008
While fuel cell manufacturers have long fought to consumerize the technology, they're finally finding success in niche professional markets.
- April 16, 2008
Despite a troubled few years and lack of innovation, Palm still commands a loyal user base awaiting the next big thing.
- February 07, 2008
New Apple iPhones and iPod touches have been released and both devices have an increased storage capacity.
- January 29, 2008
HP's iPAQ 210, a highly anticipated enterprise-level handheld, has been released.
- June 04, 2007
Palm today announced a deal that will bring a significant new investor into the company while leaving most of the current management team in place.
- March 28, 2007
Motorola unveiled the MC35, a rugged smartphone, at this week's CTIA conference.
- January 03, 2007
Craig Mathias goes out on a limb and makes two interesting predictions for mobile computing in 2007.
- December 15, 2006
Mobile devices in 2006 took on a new shape and style, many making the transition from clunky and utilitarian to stylish fashion accessories.
- September 26, 2006
IT admins keep working to make networks secure even as more unsecured personal gadgets, like smartphones and BlackBerrys, find their way into companies.
- May 03, 2006
In a recent report, J.Gold Associates outlined the direction in which mobile devices will be heading in 2007 and 2008. Security is high on the list, while other trends such as consolidation and multi-modal user interfaces start generating some real ...
- April 10, 2006
Executives say they worry about smartphone security, but according to a survey from The Economist and Symantec, their approach to the problem is often inadequate.
- April 10, 2006
As mobile devices become smaller, cheaper and more portable, the dangers of portable storage threats increase.
- March 16, 2006
Deploying mobile apps beyond the standard isn't getting any easier. The problem, say experts, is that mobile software developers need to work more directly with the businesses.
- February 08, 2006
Even with the looming threat of a BlackBerry shutdown, it may be more cost-effective to wait it out, considering that a switch to a new mobile e-mail service could cost a bundle.
- January 04, 2006
Wireless e-mail and the need for connectivity drove the mobile device market in 2005. Research In Motion, Palm and Dell all made waves by filling that need.