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Deb Shinder explains what Microsoft needs to do to win her back from her current Android smartphone.
As we wait for tablets to come to market to challenge the Apple iPad, here's information on upcoming "pads" from HP, ASUS, and Lenovo.
The Apple iPad has officially arrived, accompanied by an overload of hype. We suggest it may actually make more sense for businesses than consumers.
Beginning work in 1987, invivodata founders pioneered the use of mobile technology to help patients report valid, reliable, accurate clinical data during pharmaceutical trials. The...
TechRepublic member dcolbert explains why he thinks the Apple Tablet will miss the mark and what device consumers really want instead.
Either Windows Mobile or Palm OS. My experience is that Microsoft is very generous with lots of information and free programming tools for devices based on Windows. http://msdn....
IT departments initially rejected the iPhone as not fit for business, but IT leaders are starting to change their tune. See how TechRepublic's CIO Jury voted.
This paper describes a system of programs intended to be used for rapid development of applications that can be executed on handheld computers with Palm operating system. The proje...
Microsoft’s solution for centralized management of Windows Mobile devices, to be available in the second half of 2008, is the System Center Mobile Device Manager (SCMDM) 2008. SCMD...
Despite my earlier opinion to the contrary, I have come to the conclusion that the BlackBerry offers the most reliable and robust push mail solution on the market today. Why have ...