• November 19, 2008 19 Nov'08

    Microsoft trying to grab Verizon's mobile search from Google

    Microsoft's effort to outbid Google for the rights to be the default mobile search engine for Verizon phones might seem like a routine vendor partnership, but it could have a profound impact on mobile enterprise strategy.

  • November 17, 2008 17 Nov'08

    Unboxing T-Mobile's G1, the first Google phone

    Watch as unboxes T-Mobile's G1, the first phone powered by Google's Android operating system.

  • November 12, 2008 12 Nov'08

    Motorola offers new Voice over Wireless LAN smartphones

    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 10 Nov'08

    As iPhone passes BlackBerry market share, RIM prepares to counterpunch

    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.

  • November 05, 2008 05 Nov'08

    BlackBerry Storm: A potential iPhone killer in the enterprise

    With the BlackBerry Storm, RIM is offering enterprises an alternative to the iPhone. It features the touch-screen technology favored by consumers, but it has the highly praised security and reliable wireless email capabilities of the BlackBerry ...

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  • October 29, 2008 29 Oct'08

    Traditional security threats coming soon to mobile device near you

    Browser exploits, botnets and more will soon be coming to mobile devices, according to a report from the Georgia Tech Information Security Center. Knowing the key threats can help ward off the greatest dangers.

  • October 22, 2008 22 Oct'08

    RIM confirms BlackBerry application store will launch in March

    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 22, 2008 22 Oct'08

    Employees using their own mobile devices are a growing challenge

    Enterprise IT organizations are underestimating the number of mobile workers they have. Beyond the knowledge workers and executives who have corporate smartphones, a new class of employees want to use their personal mobile devices on the job. IT ...

  • October 17, 2008 17 Oct'08

    Microsoft purchase of BlackBerry maker possible but hard to swallow

    Amid rumors that Windows Mobile 7 is being pushed back to 2010, new rumors are swirling that Microsoft is looking to buy Research In Motion, maker of the BlackBerry. Experts are divided on whether such a deal makes strategic sense.

  • October 15, 2008 15 Oct'08

    Channel partners will play key role in BlackBerry application store

    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 08 Oct'08

    Hospital chain boosts indoor cellular with distributed antenna system

    With terrible indoor cellular coverage impeding its ability to support mobile users, the hospital chain Baptist Healthcare System adopted a distributed antenna system from ADC. The system improved patient care at its hospitals and its ability to ...

  • October 08, 2008 08 Oct'08

    RIM officially unveils BlackBerry Storm

    After much anticipation, Research In Motion (RIM) has released the BlackBerry Storm which includes a touchscreen.

  • October 01, 2008 01 Oct'08

    Third-party BlackBerry software development a learning process for RIM

    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 25, 2008 25 Sep'08

    Out of the gates, Android a long way from enterprise ready

    Android's launch device, the G1, has some neat features, but few of them make it a better enterprise phone.

  • September 24, 2008 24 Sep'08

    DiVitas adds mobile unified communications to its FMC client

    Fixed-mobile convergence vendor DiVitas has added rich mobile unified communications features to its client and boosted its scalability by switching to a software-based approach.