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The push and pull of some recent Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) and enterprise mobility trends may speak to a post-BYOD world.
Apple has profoundly changed how it interacts with law enforcement officials with the release of iOS 8, including how much data it can reveal to law enforcement thanks to new encry...
Google officially launched its Android One program to bring smartphones to emerging markets and potentially tackle fragmentation in the process. Is it the right plan to get the int...
The keyboard is a living fossil and the alignment of its keys hints at the strange history of its origins. It took app economy darling SwiftKey to innovate it in a powerful new dir...
Mobile traffic is growing quickly and the need for enterprise mobile deployments is paramount. Kony has spent the last seven years building platforms to help enterprises go mobile.
Chromebooks are making headway in the enterprise, but they still have a few obstacles to overcome. We dig into the big three.
Apple and IBM have announced a huge partnership that allows each company to focus on what they do best. Here's what it could mean for the enterprise.
Google has taken a series of steps to make its Cloud Platform a better fit for the enterprise. Will it be able to gain market share against trusted incumbents?
Facebook has set its sights on selling ads inside mobile apps, a market already worth billions of dollars and growing faster than web-based advertising.
The challenge in analyzing the Apple v. Google rivalry is deciding which metrics to use. Here are four data points to get a grip on who's winning.