A computer forensics expert says iOS data locations logs are neither new nor nefarious.
The iPad might gain the Mac's system for managing different virtual desktops, borrowing parts of Mac OS X and adapting them for a touch interface, according to an Apple patent filing.
Brainshark has unveiled features for its video presentation service to create a more interactive experience for smartphone users.
AT&T&'s surprise buyout of T-Mobile USA for $39 billion has industry watchers scrambling to figure out what the deal means for subscribers, the U.S. cellular industry.
The new iPad 2 is likely to be even more popular with enterprise users than the original. But Apple's focus is on consumers. And that leaves IT groups still struggling with how to manage and secure a wildly popular mobile device.
An analyst's open letter to Nokia's CEO, a former Microsoft executive, has triggered intense speculation that the Finnish phone maker will adopt Windows Phone 7 as the firmware for at least some of its struggling smartphone line.
Unhappy with Android Market sales, Google is introducing a range of new features to spur app purchases.
Google has released a preview of the software development kit for Android 3.0, which has been designed specifically for mobile devices with larger screens.
Trellia will extend its policy-based mobile access management software to the top mobile platforms, starting with BlackBerry OS, and adding Android and Apple iOS operating systems.
Pirating Android apps is a long-standing problem. But it seems to be getting worse, even as Google begins to respond much more aggressively.
Smartphone maker HTC today unveiled two new Android-based phones, along with an updated version of its own user interface, HTC Sense, and a new online service, called HTCSenhse.com, to let users manage their phones from a computer.
Apple's iOS has reached the point where iPhones and iPads can be safely deployed for most enterprises, according to a new report from Forrester Research.
Network World talks to Spencer Webb, president of an antenna design and consulting firm, about the iPhone 4 and its reception issues.
Articles by John Cox