Smartphones and Mobile Phones
- November 07, 2016
For years it seemed like mobile devices would dictate the future of IT. Mobility is certainly a huge part of what's next, but it may not be the real trailblazer. "For the most part the mobile ...
- June 13, 2011
It's no surprise that mobile device security was top of mind in our recent reader survey. Find out what's missing and what IT pros are asking for in mobile security products.
- June 07, 2011
IT pros are planning on significant tablet growth as part of their IT strategy, according to our reader survey. But will tablets ever replace laptops and desktops?
- June 03, 2011
Mobile growth is surging ahead like never before, according to our annual reader survey. Find out what your peers are saying, and where their IT budgets are going.
- June 02, 2009
Handset vendors, such as BlackBerry and Apple, have simplified installation of smartphone applications. The irony: Although smartphones are the most connected enterprise devices, many operating systems and applications still require the smartphone ...
- March 02, 2009
At last month's Gartner Wireless and Mobile Summit, the iPhone was the elephant in the room – an enormous IT challenge that's here to stay, no matter how hard enterprises try to ignore it. In his annual update on mobile devices, Gartner ...
- November 17, 2008
Watch as SearchMobileComputing.com unboxes T-Mobile's G1, the first phone powered by Google's Android operating system.
- November 12, 2008
SAN FRANCISCO – Motorola Inc. launched the first phase of its end-to-end enterprise mobile computing product line, Total Enterprise Access Mobility (TEAM), at VoiceCon this week. The initial product release, TEAM Voice over Wireless LAN (...
- November 10, 2008
While Apple's iPhone takes second place in the struggle for smartphone dominance, RIM hopes its expanded line of BlackBerrys can help it overtake the surging newcomer.
- October 22, 2008
Research In Motion (RIM) confirmed Tuesday that it will create an online marketplace for BlackBerry applications similar to Apple's App Store for the iPhone. Dubbed the BlackBerry ...
- October 15, 2008
With a new BlackBerry app store rumored to be taking aim at Apple, RIM is making sure its partners and carriers stay in the picture.
- October 08, 2008
After much anticipation, Research In Motion (RIM) has released the BlackBerry Storm which includes a touchscreen.
- October 01, 2008
Research in Motion has initiated a renewed focus on working with third-party BlackBerry software developers in order to stave off competition from Nokia, Microsoft and Apple. But RIM and ISVs are still learning how to work together.
- September 23, 2008
RIM's first BlackBerry touchscreen, the Storm or the Thunder, inspires many rumors though it is still unavailable. One video already exists, showing off a pre-production model.
- September 23, 2008
Long-awaited, the first Android-based smartphone was announced from Google and T-Mobile recently. The G1 is designed with the consumer in mind, as it lacks support for Exchange.