Lenovo saved the IBM PC, but can it save the Motorola smartphone?

January 30, 2014
Lenovo acquires Motorola from Google to try to rehab another former tech icon gone bust
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The numbers are in: iOS 7 does not crash more than iOS 6

January 24, 2014
Games and media apps are more susceptible to crashes than other app types, and Android edges iOS for app stability
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Dollars and cents: The real cost of a smartphone plan

January 17, 2014
Deals promoted by T-Mobile, AT&T, Verizon, and Sprint aren't so easy to be had -- or to decipher -- but InfoWorld's tool can help
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Dead again: BlackBerry sinks hopes for a resurrection

January 10, 2014
New CEO John Chen is saying all the wrong things his predecessors did and killing all glimmers of hope
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The 5 mobile technologies to watch in 2014

December 31, 2013
64-bit apps, motion coprocessors, iBeacons, Miracast, and MBaaS all could be on the brink of achieving great things
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Even on cruise control, mobile still blew past the PC

December 24, 2013
The irony is that as smartphones and tablets slowed to PC-like innovation they overtook PCs in sales
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When a smartphone is not a smartphone, and a tablet is not a tablet

December 17, 2013
Like PCs, mobile devices have many types of use -- which don't necessarily map to market share stats
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The real reason Obama can't swap his BlackBerry for an iPhone

December 12, 2013
BlackBerry brings more BES capabilities to iOS and Android devices, and begins to rationalize its messy server options
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The ultimate guide to mobile strategies that work

December 10, 2013
Businesses are finally waking up to the fact that tablets and smartphones are good for the bottom line
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iOS 7 jailbreaking: Do it for love, not money

December 05, 2013
An effort to crowdsource incentives for jailbreak developers may destroy the virtues behind the 'open iPhone' philosophy
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