Use of Android smartphones in the enterprise realm is on the rise, largely at the expense of the iPhone, according to a report issued this week by Good Technology.
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F5 Networks CEO John McAdam said Tuesday at his company's Agility conference in New York that, in essence, the future of IT is complicated, confusing and riddled with security threats - and that's a good thing.
One of the most successful purveyors of wearable technology says that there are technical hurdles -- as well as philosophical ones -- to be overcome before the next generation of devices can emerge.
More casualties of Yahoo’s attempts to narrow the focus
Orkut, one of Google's first forays into social networking, will be closed down by the search company at the end of September.
A new version of Android, a TV suite and a whole lot more.
The latest Top 500 ranking sees China stay on top.
The long wait is over – Amazon's phone is official.
Report: Tablets, smartphones and the mobile Internet still spiking, but overall Net usage growth slows
A much-heralded report on Internet trends confirmed an ongoing spike in mobile web usage, powered by still-increasing tablet sales, but also said that Internet usage growth, as a whole, had begun to slow in 2013.
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Mozilla brings its A-game to the latest version of Firefox browser.
New graphical bells and whistles, plus security improvements
Sigh…I miss TweetDeck. Nevertheless, these apps are still very good indeed.
HTC One M8 is finally here! Everyone try and act surprised!
For decades, basic office software didn't pose any major questions for IT departments - you bought Microsoft Office, and then worked on keeping it up-to-date, because there simply wasn't much else available that made sense for the enterprise. By the mid-1990s, Microsoft had ruthlessly dispatched competitors like Novell and was essentially unchallenged in the enterprise software market.