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Research In Motion has sent a letter to a standards group complaining about Apple's tactics in the battle over the upcoming nano-SIM standard, joining Nokia in trying to shed doubt over Apple's efforts.
File sharing and collaboration service Box announced a new menu of third-party iOS applications that work on its service and can be more easily accessed.
There's a growing market for iPhone- and iPad-based card-swiping systems, like those offered by Square. PayPal recently announced that it's launching its own card reader and app for iOS; it joins a sector that also includes big players like VeriFone’s Payware and Intuit’s GoPayment. We survey the field.
Quickoffice added some security heft to its popular iPad and iPhone app, in hopes of wooing businesses.
Microsoft says that OnLive, a company that recently began offering hosted Windows and Office software remotely from its servers to iPad and Android tablet users, is in violation of the software giant's licensing rules.
RSA, the security division of EMC, plans to collaborate with several mobile and virtualization platform vendors to integrate RSA two-factor authentication and risk-detection technologies.
OnLive Desktop gives you access to a Windows desktop and Windows Office apps from your iPad. Now, OnLive Desktop Plus adds a flash-compatible browser and access to Dropbox and Box.net.
Updated app adds collaborative annotation of documents, cross-compatibility with high-end videoconferencing systems.
Google said it has temporarily disabled the provisioning of its prepaid Google Wallet cards used in some NFC-ready phones.
iOS developer Kyle Richter gave a talk at Macworld | iWorld on how entrepreneurs can expand their business with a mobile app. Here are some highlights from that talk.
One of the more noteworthy features in LightSpeed for iPad is a Show & Tell capability that lets retailers use the mobile point-of-sale app to display their inventory. Philip Michaels took a look at the recently released iPad app at Macworld | iWorld and came away impressed.
Two companies at Macworld | iWorld are touting products that make the iPad a more powerful tools for business.
Hundreds of products are on display, but a few stand out from the rest.
Project managers rejoice! The Omni Group has announced a full-featured iPad version of its project management software.
The annual expo for Mac and iOS users has evolved to focus on the user community, but the exhibit hall where companies show off their wares is still a huge part of the show—you might even say it’s the most important part. Hundreds of products are on display, but a few stand out from the rest. We call these products the Best of Show.