News and Articles About Mobile Phones
Samsung was ordered to pay Apple $1 billion for infringing on its patents. Will this change the way other mobile devices are made?
Before you throw away your old computers and smartphones, make sure what's inside them won't harm your business -- or anyone else.
Consider this advice for keeping data charges on work smartphones and tablets as low as possible.
If coverage is weak and hurting your business, consider these tips for trying to get better mobile service.
Given the wide range of phones and providers today, you need to carefully consider service quality, cost and features.
With more customers accessing the web from mobile devices, having a mobile-friendly website is more crucial than ever.
The system's price and complex requirements might leave some small companies out of luck.
Business is messy. Your mobile device should be able to handle it.
As more employees use their personal smartphones and other tools for work, answering these questions can help determine if the risks might be worth the gain.
3G or 4G? WiMax, LTE or HSPA+? With so many options in the smartphone market, it's hard to know which is the best device on the best network at the best price.
StudyEgg converts study materials into activities at home or on the go that optimize learning.
A new report says fewer people are expected to be using the smartphone for business over the next year.
Major service interruption that hit other parts of the world earlier this week has reached the U.S., leaving users in the lurch.
This four-way video-calling service can help your team stay in touch on the road.
Don't wait to get started with mobile marketing. Your customers -- and your competition -- may already be reaping its benefits.
Technology evangelist Ramon Ray offers three tips for mobile security.
Why it might make sense for your business to embrace the next generation of mobile now.
The cellphone hacking scandal that's captured recent headlines should also serve as a wakeup call. Here's how to secure your mobile phone.
As mobile data plans move to a pay-per-use model, you and your business will have to learn to work around them.
Paying for minutes in advance can help you cut mobile costs. Here's a roundup of options for business owners.
Follow these tips to help ensure you don't get a monster phone bill the next time you travel overseas.
Ready for video calling on your smartphone? It's ready for you.
Shall we learn from Tiger and Favre? Take our six-point quiz to avoid a messy mishap.
New phone cards make every call local.
They may be little, but these smartphones pack plenty of features.