The new era of mobile health tech has a big gotcha

May 30, 2014
New platforms from Samsung and Apple hold great promise, but they also feed into unrealistic hopes
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Suddenly, it's Google vs. Samsung for Android security

May 23, 2014
Google buys a dual-persona security provider in a signal it's finally taking Android security seriously
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Why field service workers love their iPads

May 16, 2014
Cornell University's utilities department reminds us why a computer-like mobile device is so useful
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By licensing BES10 APIs, BlackBerry retreats to move forward

May 13, 2014
If MDM vendors can manage BlackBerry 10 devices, there's a chance that users at more companies will consider the beleaguered platform
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Windows Phone 8.1 hands-on: The good, the bad, and the ugly

May 06, 2014
The forthcoming Microsoft smartphone OS is the first version you can take seriously
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Mobile security: iOS vs. Android vs. BlackBerry vs. Windows Phone

May 05, 2014
As Samsung pushes to be 'enterprise class' and Microsoft gets serious with Windows Phone, which platform provides the security you need?
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Google mines fool's gold with Android Silver

May 02, 2014
If Google really wants to regain control of Android, there's a better way
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Google Docs and Sheets for mobile mark a new low

May 01, 2014
Google's mobile productivity apps are substandard, and its two newest entries continue that sad pattern
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The iPad is so over, even Apple seems to be moving on

April 25, 2014
Slowing innovation, slowing sales, and Apple's new areas of interest suggest we're approaching 'Apple 3.0'
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Google's DIY Project Ara won't fly in the real world

April 18, 2014
Maker types will love the idea of a smartphone with replaceable Lego-like pieces. Everyone else will buy a real smartphone
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