New product launches, management, and optimization news for smartphones, tablets, hybrid PCs, and wearable technology. Includes bring your own device (BYOD) trend, M-business, mobile workforce, and communications carriers and providers.
Re: Sour grapes, bitter BlackBerrys (Oct. 18)Your article on the Motient modem really intrigued me. Too bad it's about as useful as the Palm VII in Canada.This device isn't available/won't operate in Canada
Earlier this summer, around 3,000 enterprise customers of Novell's NetWare software got cereal boxes from Microsoft in the mail marked "Microsoft Server Crunch." Presumably it was to become the breakfast of IT champions,
Re: Notes on e-mailI don't often write to publications but I read your editorial and laughed! I also remember the early days of email and the goofy conversations with co-workers.But I've noticed something
The world gets smaller every day. Just consider the personal-area network (PAN). Through cell phones, personal digital assistants (PDAs), e-mail pagers and laptop computers, soon we'll all be able to plug into IT
About 10 years ago, an unusual advertisement started appearing in all sorts of magazines depicting a cemetery littered with brand names. The tombstones were mostly in the shape of well-known consumer products, and
What would happen if a company developed an operating system that offered stability, impressive performance and a long-term lifecycle?They'd quietly kill it off, of course.This has been the sad story of OS/2, which