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Hewlett-Packard on Thursday enhanced its mobile printing service by adding support for Google's Cloud Print, which will enable smartphones and tablet users to print documents from applications such as Gmail and Google Docs.
iPhones and iPads figure into Royal Caribbean's use of mobile technology to help its cruise line run smoothly.
CIO.com highlights five tools that will improve your iPad productivity without putting a dent in your bank account.
VMware is waiting for Apple to approve a software client for iPads that will allow IT staff to manage their virtualized environments.
The VMware View client for iPad is now available from the App Store.
In a move that further cements Apple's iOS devices as key tools for enterprise software vendors, SAS Institute will team with business intelligence vendor Mellmo to bring analytic apps to the iOS platform.
Microsoft is coming out with an iPhone application that lets the users participate in conferences mediated by the company's Lync unified communications platform...
Evernote relaunched its popular note-collecting app for iPhone and iPad Tuesday, an overhaul that features a redesigned home screen and revamped note-taking capabilities.
InstantNote+, announced Wednesday by developer Aquilonis, lets you make voice recordings about important ideas or meetings--and offers scheduling capabilities so your iPhone plays the message back to you at a specified time and date.
It's almost March and that means tax day is marching relentlessly closer. As always, the major providers of tax prep software have tweaked their offerings and...
A big update to this cloud storage and collaboration service for businesses brings support for video out, AirPrint, and some new security and authentication options.
By giving users the ability to easily read and edit PDF and text documents, GoodReader for iPad has quickly become one of the most popular and highly praised productivity apps around. Now an update to the app offers users the ability to immediately disseminate those edited documents to large organizations.
You can import documents in Microsoft Office formats to your iPad. But how much can you do to them?