The Microsoft admin’s brave, new post-Windows Phone world

The Microsoft admin’s brave, new post-Windows Phone world

Microsoft admins rejoice! Microsoft may have abandoned the mobile device market, but it's actually stronger in the complete mobile market

05/24/16

Windows Mobile gets good just as Microsoft stops caring

Windows Mobile gets good just as Microsoft stops caring

Finally, Microsoft's smartphone OS comes together as a viable platform for basic needs

05/10/16

Shocking news: People do lots on their smartphones

Shocking news: People do lots on their smartphones

What is blindingly obvious to many is still something new to many others, reflecting the reality of how change happens

05/03/16

 Open secrets: BlackBerry might share what's on your phone

Open secrets: BlackBerry might share what's on your phone

CEO John Chen defends helping law enforcement as reports emerge that multiple governments can unlock BlackBerry communications

04/26/16

8 secrets for even more iPhone productivity

8 secrets for even more iPhone productivity

These hidden techniques for Mail, Calendar, Contacts, and Notes also work on the iPad

03/22/16

 More like Windows: How Android N targets the enterprise

More like Windows: How Android N targets the enterprise

Better container management, multiwindow support, and security enhancements should attract companies seeking a more PC-like experience

03/15/16

Welcome to the postmobile future

Welcome to the postmobile future

Where we're heading: One world where different devices do the same computing via apps, services, APIs, and -- one day -- peripherals

03/08/16

Samsung comes at BlackBerry’s security crown -- and will not miss

Samsung comes at BlackBerry’s security crown -- and will not miss

The Galaxy series will take greater advantage of Knox technology at the hardware level, even if you use Android for Work

02/23/16

Expect these mobile advances in 2016

Expect these mobile advances in 2016

Incrementalism rules in mobile technology, but that still leaves room for smarter screen displays and broader use of fingerprint readers

02/16/16

5G follies: The network that doesn't exist

5G follies: The network that doesn't exist

There's no 5G technology, no 5G standard, no agreement on what 5G even means, and, thus, nothing to plan for

02/09/16

Android is ousting Windows from its last mobile bastion

Android is ousting Windows from its last mobile bastion

Microsoft's coming end of support for Windows Embedded is forcing the industry to look elsewhere

01/05/16

2015: The year mobile become boring

2015: The year mobile become boring

Smartphones, tablets, and smartwatches aren't quite as listless as PCs -- but they're getting there

12/29/15

iPad, Android, and Surface: The fight for the soul of the tablet

iPad, Android, and Surface: The fight for the soul of the tablet

The iPad's unique value proposition may be ending, and a new generation of laptops could displace it

12/22/15

It's official: Mobile means only iOS and Android

It's official: Mobile means only iOS and Android

Firefox OS has died, BlackBerry OS is unofficially dead, Sailfish is on life support, and Tizen is AWOL -- gone are the purported competitors

12/09/15

Let us now finally bury the BlackBerry

Let us now finally bury the BlackBerry

BlackBerry can't survive with poor-performing hardware and a privacy phone that doesn't protect your privacy

11/10/15

Windows 10 on Windows Phone: Not bad!

Windows 10 on Windows Phone: Not bad!

After five years, Microsoft finally has a reasonable smartphone platform, but it still trails the competition

11/03/15

How the mobile revolution really played out

How the mobile revolution really played out

Although smartphones and tablets are now everywhere, the manner in which they're used doesn't match all initial expectations

10/27/15

iOS still does app privacy better than Android

iOS still does app privacy better than Android

Android Marshmallow finally lets you control app access to personal data and services, but not as easily as iOS does

10/16/15

It's time for BlackBerry to kill the BlackBerry

It's time for BlackBerry to kill the BlackBerry

CEO John Chen keeps saying he may kill the now-obsolete smartphone pioneer; it's time to actually do it

10/13/15

Mobile management: What's new in iOS 9 and Android Marshmallow

Mobile management: What's new in iOS 9 and Android Marshmallow

The two main mobile operating systems have a few new tricks up their sleeves when it comes to security

10/06/15

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