Smartphones Article Archive:
Weak sales of PCs, mobile phones and digital televisions (DTVs) have led to declining revenue in the worldwide semiconductor market, according to IDC.
The three big PC vendors continue to try to reinvent themselves as unit sales of conventional desktops and notebooks continue to fall. While PCs are less and less profitable for vendors and solution providers alike, they remain an irreplaceable commodity.
UK channel leaders talk up the credentials of BlackBerry’s mobile device management kit in bid to deepen its ties with VARs.
Recent data from CompTIA shows 66 percent of companies are allowing or mandating the BYOD trend in their organizations — but IT departments and solution providers are finding the devices are only the beginning.
Global mobile phone sales increased slightly in the first quarter of the year, with Asia-Pac the only region to show real sales growth. But Samsung is still dominating the vendor leaderboard according to Gartner.
Just in time for Mother’s Day, the good folks at Trend Micro surveyed 1,037 folks online to find out how moms use (and misuse) technology and devices. Here’s what they discovered.
Breathless reports in the media notwithstanding, the changes due for Redmond’s struggling flagship OS amount to more of a veer to the right than a U-turn, and are nowhere near a concession of “New Coke” proportions.
For only the sixth time in its 45-year history, Intel has a new CEO. The company tapped 31-year veteran Brian Krzanich to succeed Paul Otellini who is set to retire later this month.
Gartner finds 38 percent of companies worldwide say they expect to stop providing mobile devices to their staff by 2016.
The South Korean technology conglomerate today announced record profits of $6.5 billion for the past quarter, a 42 percent rise over the same period last year.