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January 10, 2012  8:53 PM

Samsung: It’s better to be SAFE than sorry

Posted by: Colin Steele
Android, mobile device management, mobile device security, Samsung

LAS VEGAS -- Two new Samsung devices, the Galaxy Note and the Galaxy Tab 7.7, will offer security and management enhancements for business users. The devices, announced this week at the International Consumer Electronics Show, are the first to carry the Samsung Approved for...

January 10, 2012  12:29 PM

VMware wants to virtualize your tablet, too

Posted by: Colin Steele
Android, mobile virtualization, Samsung, tablets, Verizon Wireless, VMware

LAS VEGAS -- VMware plans to bring mobile virtualization to tablets. That's the word from Hoofar Razavi, VMware's mobile product management director, who met with me...

January 5, 2012  4:00 PM

If you’re serious about mobile app development, 2012 could be your year

Posted by: Colin Steele
Android, iPhone, mobile app development

By James Furbush, News Writer Code Year, a new initiative to teach people coding, has registered more than 100,000 students in less than a week. That's

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December 16, 2011  2:52 PM

VMware View Kindle Fire client coming soon

Posted by: Bridget Botelho
Amazon, Android, BYOD, desktop virtualization, iPad, Kindle Fire

VMware updated its View clients for Apple iPads and Android tablets today, and View shops will soon have an Amazon Kindle Fire client as well. The tech...

November 29, 2011  3:10 PM

BlackBerry Mobile Fusion: RIM knows it’s in trouble

Posted by: Colin Steele
Android, Apple, BlackBerry, Google, iOS, iPad, iPhone, mobile device management, Research in Motion

Diversify, diversify, diversify! It's common advice in the investment world, especially when the economy's not looking so rosy. The theory is, if you hold stakes in lots of different kinds of companies, the failure of one company (or even a whole industry) won't sink your entire portfolio. For...

November 16, 2011  12:38 PM

Droid Incredible + Android 2.3 update = FAIL

Posted by: Colin Steele
Android, Google, HTC, iPhone

The HTC Droid Incredible Android 2.3 update is screwing up a lot of people's phones. Droid Incredible users (myself included) finally received Android 2.3 -- which came out last year, by the way -- on Monday night. After updating, many users (again, myself included) began receiving "low storage...

October 21, 2011  12:35 PM

Early iPhone 4S sales top 4 million: News in brief

Posted by: Colin Steele
Android, Apple, BlackBerry, Google, iCloud, iOS, iPad, iPhone, mobile device security, Motorola, Research in Motion, Samsung, Verizon Wireless

By Julia Anderson and Colin Steele, Editors Apple sold more than 4 million iPhone 4S devices in the three days after its launch, the company reported....

October 20, 2011  7:42 AM

VMware mobile virtualization arrives, but with baggage

Posted by: Colin Steele
Android, Apple, BYOD, mobile virtualization, Samsung, Verizon Wireless, VMware, Windows Phone 7

VMware is finally bringing mobile virtualization to market, but it’s far from a slam-dunk solution to bring-your-own-device problems. The

October 13, 2011  3:31 PM

BYOD: It’s about voice, too

Posted by: Colin Steele
Android, Apple, AT&T, BlackBerry, BYOD, desktop virtualization, iPad, iPhone, mobile virtualization, ShoreTel, unified communications, Verizon Wireless, VMware

As the bring-your-own device phenomenon grows, so do the options for separating personal and business communications on the same device. TelephoneDesktop virtualization...

October 13, 2011  9:24 AM

BlackBerry outage brings global disruption: News in brief

Posted by: Colin Steele
Android, Apple, BlackBerry, Box.net, Citrix, Dropbox, Google, iCloud, iPad, iPhone, Microsoft, Research in Motion, VMware

A massive BlackBerry outage has left users with limited email and messaging services for much of this week. The BlackBerry outage began Monday for users in Europe, the Middle East and Africa, and it spread to North America on Wednesday. Research in Motion (RIM) has blamed the BlackBerry outage...

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