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Tom Kaneshige has been covering business and technology in Silicon Valley for two decades. As senior online writer at CIO.com, Tom covers Silicon Valley culture, BYOD and consumer tech in the enterprise.

Will regulated companies benefit from iOS 4?

CIO.com talks with Zenprise CEO Jayaram Bhat about iOS 4, iPad adoption, and the ongoing battle between the iPhone and the BlackBerry for the enterprise.

Company switches from BlackBerry to iPhone, new OS is key

iOS 4's upcoming release signals the beginning of the iPhone's long march into the corporate world.

Four fabulous iPhone wishes

Apple's Worldwide Developers Conference kicks off in less than two weeks, and all signs point to the coming of a new iPhone. Here's what Tom Kaneshige of CIO hopes the future has in store.

Goodbye, BlackBerry: the future belongs to the iPhone

Thanks for bringing mobility to the masses, BlackBerry, but the future belongs to the iPhone.

Language translation app Jibbigo adds Arabic version

A voice-to-voice translator app for Apple's iPhone and iPod touch has added a fourth version -- an Iraqi dialect of Arabic.

Is Flash as bad as Apple says?

At the heart of the great war of words between Apple CEO Steve Jobs and Adobe CEO Shantanu Narayen lies a simple question: Is Adobe Flash really bad technology?

Three iPhone apps for globetrotters

Need to find good places to eat in Cairo? Need to translate Japanese speech or a foreign exchange rate? Check out these iPhone apps with an international flavor.

Guilt-free shopping with CauseWorld

CauseWorld relieves iPhone users' guilt over their conspicuous consumption by allowing them to raise money for their favorite charities while shopping.

Getting your novel on the iPad for free

Smashwords reportedly has inked a deal with Apple to bring e-books to the iPad. Aspiring authors will be able to get their works on the iPad for free and reap high margins from any e-book sales.

Are Macs really cheaper to manage than PCs?

Does "I'm a Mac" mean "I'm less expensive to manage?" An Enterprise Desktop Alliance survey says Macs cost a lot less than PCs to manage.

Survey: More Macs in the enterprise

An Enterprise Desktop Alliance survey shows two out of three companies buying Macs this year, which will bring integration challenges for IT admins.

Silly to make way for sophisticated in App Store

Super-smart iPhone apps will replace silly iFart-like apps in the second wave of iPhone app development, according to iPhone app developers at Macworld Expo.

IBM aims to bring Apple, social networking to the enterprise

Social networking, Macs and iPhones have reached critical mass in the enterprise, an IBM integrator says.

AT&T iPhone users irate at idea of usage-based pricing

With AT&T hinting that it could move from an all-you-can-eat data plan to usage-based pricing, analysts wonder what impact that might have on iPhone users.

Five qualities of a great iPhone app

Thinking about creating an iPhone app? A contest run by retailer Gap shows off five common strengths of winning iPhone apps. Here's a look at the lessons learned -- and the apps.