Everything you need to know about iOS 8 extensions

Everything you need to know about iOS 8 extensions

How long have you been wishing that iOS apps could work together? Now they can!


With Android L, Google means business

With Android L, Google means business

Google's assertion of platform control could make Android an equal to iOS in functionality and business fit


Mobile users favor productivity over security -- as they should

Mobile users favor productivity over security -- as they should

If you force employees to choose between productivity and security, you're the problem


Mobile security: iOS vs. Android vs. BlackBerry vs. Windows Phone

iOS 8 and Windows Phone 8.1 both up the ante for mobile management, but iOS 8 also raises questions beyond MDM tools' capabilities


Too big, too small, or just right? Sizing up the iPhone 6 Plus

Too big, too small, or just right? Sizing up the iPhone 6 Plus

The 5-5-inch screen makes for one gargantuan smartphone -- too big for its own good?


Fixes flood in for iOS and Android email -- but they aren't broken

A raft of email clients for iOS and Android offers interesting ideas, but none provides a compelling complete package


Google completes its office suite for iOS, to no one's benefit

Google Slides is a limited, awkward tool that shows -- for mobile productivity -- the real battle is between Apple and Microsoft


So long, iOS -- jailbreakers have found their home: Android

Jailbreakers deserve the malware infections they get, which is why they're moving to Android's 'malware is the norm' world


The iPhone and iPad may be losing their enterprise luster

Android's improvements are magnifying IT's frustrations with iOS and providing a viable alternative for real-world deployments


Android has good reason to fear Apple's resurgence

Suddenly, the punditocracy is saying Samsung's best days are behind, and Apple may dominate mobile again


The Tizen smartphone flopped -- and open source is to blame

A parade of failed open source smartphone OSes should cause the open source community to rethink its mobile strategy


The mobile health apps gold rush may already be over

A collision between Silicon Valley's data-mining business model and federal medical privacy rules may prevent a viable market


BlackBerry's square smartphone and other desperate moves

The company is attacking competitors and talking up a square smartphone, when what it needs to do is shut up and deliver


There's no escape: Ads come to your smartphone screen

First, Google put ads in Android KitKat's home screen, now you can get an app to put them on your lock screen -- and people do


Your device, your data: Don't let IT screw up your iPhone or iPad

Even if your company wipes your device, you don't have to lose any of your precious info


Android is poised to grow big -- if Google sticks with it

The company's history creates doubts, but Google has also shown a more strategic side under Larry Page


Yes, you can create rich Android apps -- but it ain't easy

Roambi found that Android app development is '10 times more complicated' than for iOS, but went beyond skinned Web apps


The iPad is Apple's surprising blind spot in its iOS/OS X vision

As Apple connects more devices and apps, in some cases it leaves the iPad at a disadvantage


Quality, not quantity, is the real mobile app problem

Developers fret at their apps getting lost in crowded app stores, but ironically, most make their plight worse


Hands-on with the Tizen-powered Samsung Z smartphone

The open source mobile OS looks and feels a lot like Android, but is less capable and begs the question of who will want it


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