Microsoft Windows Mobile
- March 17, 2008
Updating the semi-rugged Dell laptop line, the company recently released their new and completely rugged Latitude XFR D630.
- February 18, 2008
The future of Microsoft's Windows Mobile could take a new direction under new leadership.
- June 13, 2007
A rugged notebook is usually big and bulky, but General Dynamics Itronix is out to prove that size doesn't matter.
- March 07, 2007
Notebooks have been deployed in a slew of police squad cars in Altoona, Wis., to ensure that officers can better use their time on the street, instead of sitting at a desk compiling tedious paperwork.
- November 29, 2006
Rugged laptops are said to withstand heat, cold, moisture and pretty much anything else Mother Nature can throw at them. What happens when one is taken to the tropical rainforest?
- September 25, 2006
Updated: Attackers could exploit flaws in Apple's wireless technology to cause a denial of service or run malicious code, resulting in the full takeover of vulnerable Mac machines.
- August 30, 2006
Laptops may no longer be allowed on airplanes, but industry experts and users say checking a laptop as luggage could be risky business.
- August 17, 2006
After making the largest recall in computer history, could Dell actually come out of this ordeal looking better than ever?
- August 16, 2006
The world's largest maker of personal computers will recall 4.1 million notebook batteries because they can overheat and burst into flames.
- August 07, 2006
Black Hat: Experts say flawed wireless cards are an industry-wide notebook security problem, thanks to weak device drivers and vendors who ship products without proper testing.
- April 17, 2006
Although desktops still dominate the business world, vendors have recognized that notebooks are the future. Should CIOs follow their lead?
- 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 17, 2004
IBM's ThinkPad X40 is ultra light and portable, and comes with Rescue and Recovery software that allows users to restore systems themselves. The downside? Reduced battery time and performance.
- February 09, 2004
IBM's new "ultra portable" ThinkPad X40 notebook weighs as little as 2.7 pounds but offers heavyweight performance. Industry watchers say it's ideal for mobile professionals and that it will help IBM compete with Dell.