Wearable devices and emerging technology
- April 10, 2006
As mobile devices become smaller, cheaper and more portable, the dangers of portable storage threats increase.
- 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.
- December 19, 2005
Mobility was a key focus of Interop New York. RIM, Avaya, Cognio and others showcased their latest offerings in mobile technology. Here is a roundup of some of them.
- December 07, 2005
Dead batteries could be a thing of the past. The Wi-Fi Alliance yesterday announced a new program aimed at extending Wi-Fi device battery life.
- December 01, 2005
A judge rejected a settlement offer in NTP Inc.'s patent infringement case against BlackBerry maker Research In Motion. The decision, and a possible injunction, could force RIM to shut down service in the U.S.
- November 23, 2005
A health care provider found it could use wireless technology to dramatically boost patient care. But first it had to figure out how to deploy security updates over a wireless network.
- November 07, 2005
Gartner Inc. says the number of PDAs shipped this year will reach 15 million worldwide. But that could represent the last solid year for the PDA, as smartphones start to gain steam.
- 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...
- August 31, 2005
One CIO is having a tough time swallowing Gartner's prediction that PC tablets are racing toward greatness. Find out what else the research firm is placing bets on.
- August 22, 2005
These are troubled times for the Palm OS, and with Windows Mobile adoption on the rise, it may be time for enterprises to prepare for life after the Palm OS.
- August 19, 2005
Vendors are preparing for the coming wave of dual-mode phones that use Wi-Fi and cellular, but carriers have yet to join the party, which could slow enterprise adoption.
- June 06, 2005
Lenovo is already making its mark on the ThinkPad brand by rolling out the former IBM unit's first tablet PC, which is expected to carve a niche in the stone cold tablet market.
- March 07, 2005
Gartner likes RIM's decision to open up the BlackBerry platform to other mobile handset makers, but is concerned about how closed the devices are to competitor gateway providers.
- December 20, 2004
This year convergence ruled in the device market as Treo sales skyrocketed, BlackBerry made the consumer crossover and a slew of handhelds pushed the limits of form and function.
- December 20, 2004
The Dell Axim X30 offers top-of-the-line functionality at a rock-bottom price.