Can 20 million new BlackBerry Messenger users really be wrong? Yes, if a cross-platform BBM can't offering uniquely compelling features.
BlackBerry-maker Research In Motion (RIM) has extended its reach in the mobile-device-management space with the acquisition of a German software company. The deal is expected to deliver BlackBerry Enterprise Server-like device management and control features for iPhones, iPads and Android smartphones and tablets.
The only search engine option that’s currently available to some Verizon customers using the BlackBerry Browser is Microsoft's Bing, CIO reports.
Reports suggest that a feature within Apple's brand new iPhone 3.1 software update is disabling corporate Microsoft Exchange e-mail access for some first-generation iPhone and iPhone 3G users.
CIO's Al Sacco wonders if Wednesday's Apple event means an iTunes update that could once again leave Palm Pre users without the ability to sync music files via the Apple software.
After years of struggles with awkward third party software offerings and/or virtual machines dedicated to BlackBerry management, Mac computers users with BlackBerry smartphones can finally download a full-featured BlackBerry desktop manager built specifically for Apple computers.
San Francisco International Airport has started using a barcode-scanning system that lets passengers with Internet-connected smartphones check-in for flights using their handheld devices.
After a demo from Research In Motion, CIO's Al Sacco has the latest information on the Mac version of BlackBerry Desktop Manager, slated for a September release.
Instead of trying to get the Pre to sync directly with iTunes, Palm should focus on developing its own software that offers the same functionality.
Verizon Wireless, which has traditionally taken a closed-door approach to developer relations, is trying something new with its forthcoming app store.
The city of Boston will soon release its very own iPhone app, letting residents send complaints about potholes, graffiti, and other indignities of urban life to City Hall.
Forget about the iPhone 3G S, Snow Leopard, and new laptops -- the biggest news to come out of this week's Worldwide Developers Conference was Apple's decision to sell an iPhone for less than $100.
CIO.com’s Al Sacco picks a half-dozen App Store downloads that will enhance your iPhone without costing you a dime.
iPhone users who don’t think about security run the risk of having their Web mail hacked and losing valuable personal information. CIO.com offers six tips for securing your iPhone.
CIO.com polls CIOs and IT directors about the features they most want to see in the next iPhone in anticipation of next week’s Worldwide Developers Conference.
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