News and Articles About Smartphones
Starting this summer, non-BlackBerry smartphone users will be able to use the instant messaging tool.
A look at four types of devices that are pushing the boundaries of mobile capabilities.
Considering launching an app? Consider the negatives, and ask yourself these three key questions first.
Two Android smartphones push the bar higher than ever. A head-to-head look at which one is best for power business users.
What you can do to help your Apple phone remain functional and useful for as long as possible.
Is it worth downloading? Here's what works and what doesn't.
The system creates a more immersive Facebook experience.
Nearly half of social media users consume content on their smartphones. Here's how to make sure your content is right for these mobile readers.
The former Apple evangelist on why he loves Google, plus a look at the gadgets he swears by.
From financial management to customer support, manage your business from anywhere with the help of these mobile apps.
A look at some of the most important features and how Samsung's new smartphone stacks up.
Security becomes a significant issue when employees strip their mobile devices of certain programmed limitations.
Mobile is changing the entire TV experience and businesses should be poised to take advantage.
What we know so far about phones that are expected this year, including the Samsung Galaxy Note III, a new iPhone and more.
A look at BlackBerry's long-delayed operating system and the devices that are expected to run on it.
Never miss another brilliant thought with these dictation apps.
The military-grade case waterproofs your iPhone while adding the least amount of bulk.
Sure, Microsoft has 75,000 new apps, but are they the right ones?
With cyber criminals targeting mobile users more than ever, keep security top-of-mind this holiday season.
A new look at internet trends shows accelerated growth in mobile and a continued shift in customer habits.
These apps can help improve your work and personal lives.
Bring-your-own-device polices can make employees happy but create technical headaches and security concerns.
Some might find this an amazingly useful phone -- save for one glaring flaw.
These tools offer fast, easy ways to take notes, write documents or jot down ideas.
This new phone might be too large for many people -- for business or personal use.
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