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iCloud: How do you stay secure with this thing?

IT departments will need to brace themselves for iCloud, as Apple's wireless data sync service poses challenges for the enterprise.

20 NYC parks score free AT&T Wi-Fi

AT&T is launching 26 new Wi-Fi hot spots in 20 different parks in New York's five boroughs.

Google Maps now tracks public transportation

Google has partnered with four U.S. cities and two European cities to add a new live transit feature to Google Maps that can tell you whether your train or bus is running late.

Three key things about Apple's iCloud

With the unveiling of its iCloud service today, Apple is hoping you’ll like the new MobileMe.

Bluetooth touts itself as the cancer-free wireless tech

If you're worried that your cellphone might be giving you cancer, the Bluetooth Special Interest Group has a solution for you -- use Bluetooth.

Top five Steve Jobs keynotes of the past decade

With Steve Jobs set to take the stage at the Worldwide Developers Conference on Monday, Network World picks five memorable keynotes by the Apple CEO from the last decade.

Who needs Flash? Apple dominating mobile video

Apple's iOS has become the dominant platform for mobile video viewing, according to a new report from video monetization startup FreeWheel.

Five U.S. cities to hit AT&T LTE jackpot this summer

Five lucky cities will be the first to get access to AT&T's LTE network this summer, the company announced Wednesday.

T-Mobile's data cap embrace leaves Sprint as lone 'unlimited' 4G carrier

T-Mobile has revamped its data plans to include a cap system, thus leaving Sprint as the only major U.S. wireless carrier to offer uncapped 4G mobile data plans.

AT&T racks up iPhone activations despite Verizon competition

Although AT&T is no longer the exclusive carrier for Apple's hugely popular smartphone, the company says it's boosted its total iPhone activations while maintaining the same churn rate for the device that it reported a year ago.

Verizon LTE storms the South and Midwest

Now that Verizon has brought its LTE network to most major markets in the United States, it has started to move its 4G services into medium-size markets in the South and Midwest.

AT&T/T-Mobile merger to get Senate hearing

The Senate Judiciary Committee will hold hearings on the proposed merger between AT&T and T-Mobile next month to examine the deal's potential impact on the telecom market.

Google Voice coming to all Sprint phones

Sprint is integrating the Google Voice application into all of its phones, giving users a new way to make cheap international calls.

Four reasons why Apple and its iPad still rule the tablet market

When it comes to releasing new form factors for its iPad tablet and other products, Apple not only gets there first; it gets there best, Network World's Brad Reed says.

Motorola chief: The better software will win tablet wars

Despite the fact that his company specializes in designing device hardware, Motorola CEO Sanjay Jha thinks the tablet market's future is largely out of his...