Posts Tagged ‘smartphones’
Software behemoth Microsoft plans to strip $1 billion of costs from newly acquired devices business by 2016 in a bid to see it return to growth
The amount of money transferred globally via digital transactions will rise to $4.7 trillion by 2019, according to a forecast from Juniper Research.
Addressing the single most frustrating aspect of clinging to the faded mobile star that is BlackBerry, the company on Wednesday confirmed it’s opening the catalog of Android applications from Amazon to BBerry users.
Smartphone shipments are expected to outstrip those of PCs by more than six to one by 2018, according to IDC, which predicts traditional devices will play second fiddle to smart devices by then.
Information technology providers are under intense pressure to deliver highly-mobile, highly-collaborative work environments to a new breed of workers that demands flexibility and ubiquitous networking.
Salesforce.com’s release of developer tools to support wearable computing at work might just be enough to move the ever-nascent tech into the mainstream.
The numbers continue to climb at Lenovo as PC, tablet and server sales jump. Despite increased earnings and record profits, Lenovo’s America channel chief Chris Frey isn’t complacent about the future and the changes to come.