Is a tablet on your Christmas wish list? Some new research suggests that very few of us actually go out and buy our own tablets, instead relying on the generosity of family and friends.
Microsoft's corporate VP of communications managed to generate more reaction than anything the company launched last week when he penned a blog post in reaction to Apple's decision to drop fees for its iWork suite of apps.
More than 80 per cent of the total enterprise and consumer-owned smartphone device base will remain unprotected through 2013, despite a steadily increasing consumer awareness of mobile security products, according to a new report from Juniper Research.
Orange Business Services plans to work together with Samsung Electronics to help enterprises make better use of the opportunities that tablets can provide.
Mobile apps are alive and well even as tablet marketshare shifts, according to Jumptap. The audience measurement software provider's latest MobileSTAT report for August mines large quantities of network data to identify targeting and audience trends.
IDC said it has slightly lowered its tablet forecasts due to competing form factors such as larger smartphones and wearable devices.
Tablet shipments will exceed those of portable PCs this year, as the slumping PC market is expected to see negative growth for the second consecutive year, according to latest statistics from research firm IDC. In addition, IDC expects tablet shipments to outpace the entire PC market by 2015.
If the first quarter of 2013 was any indication, consumers are experimenting with a wide range of devices and platforms, according to a recent report from Millennial Media. The company's Mobile Device Index is based on Millennial Media's platform and ad campaign data.
Telefónica Digital has announced a deal with Samsung Electronics in a move that many are hailing as the most significant carrier billing agreement to date as it unites one of the world's largest operators with the world's biggest handset maker.
Nearly 60 per cent of mobile users in France, Germany, Italy, Spain and the UK (the EU5) owned a smartphone in the three-month average ending December 2012, according to a comScore's report.