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Acclivity is ringing in the new year early with the release of AccountEdge 2012, the latest version of the company's small business accounting software.
Responding to increased use of tablets within workplaces, IBM is releasing several mobile applications designed to let employees use IBM enterprise social collaboration software with iPads and other mobile devices.
Apple products are poised to keep making big inroads in the business market, even if IT managers remain somewhat dubious.
Hard-drive maker Western Digital has resumed the partial production of hard drives in Thailand, but also warned that some of its operations were still under water from the severe floods that hit the country starting late July.
AT&T could be negotiating to sell off as much as 40% of T-Mobile USA assets in an effort to to garner Department of Justice approval of its imperiled $39 billion acquisition of the Deutsche Telekom unit.
Research In Motion is taking on mobile device management for Android and Apple iOS devices as well as its own products, introducing the BlackBerry Mobile Fusion product on Tuesday.
Apple will overtake Hewlett-Packard as the world's biggest PC vendor by mid-2012 thanks largely to iPad sales, analyst firm Canalys said.
The iPhone is the bee's knees in business, Stanford gives you a free education, and one noted photographer is all about the iPhone.
Apple board member Arthur Levinson has become the company's chairman, and Disney CEO Robert Iger has joined the board.
Steve Jobs initially hoped to create his own network with the unlicensed spectrum that Wi-Fi uses rather than work with the mobile operators, according to wireless industry legend John Stanton.
Before the end of the year, Cortado's Corporate Server product will feature an HTML5 version that will let Macs and PCs integrate into enterprise IT setups. Cortado Corporate Server already supports mobile device management for the iPhone and iPad, among other smartphones and tablets.
No longer relegated to the fringe, Macs are fast becoming integral to today's business organization. As a result, IT can no longer rely on one or two dedicated "Mac guys."
An Apple board member faces scrutiny at her own company, Apple throws another log on the open-source fire, and the Siri-based Apple TV set may listen a little too well.