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RIM has reportedly hired bankers to explore options for the sinking company. If you depend on BlackBerry, you need to consider your future.
You're not alone, so best learn from what everyone else is doing
Text messages have been a huge success but with smartphones and free Internet-based services, do we still need them?
If you're sick of slow Wi-Fi speeds but hate to go back to Ethernet, we've got a handful of tips that'll help boost weak signals
RIM's future hinges on the QNX code, but can it still make a comeback?
Some opt to have a mobile site, with no Flash enabled, and a main site with all the whiz-bang required.
The New College Swindon BYOD scheme offers mobile support for 1,800 of the school's 13,000 students
Market Samurai is a suite of tools for finding search terms worth ranking for
Using near field communication for payments is quick and easy for consumers, but the technology still faces some major security issues
In a post-Blackberry world, Apple's new offerings will affect companies of all shapes and sizes
Remote desktop apps let you access your PC from afar, and the iPad 2012's features make it the most remote-desktop-capable tablet yet.
What would a privacy Richter scale look like? See if these criteria make sense for you
Established vendors will have a tough year as they try to keep cheaper Chinese vendors at bay
The technology behind mobile wallets is finding a place in the enterprise
Sleek silver Ultrabooks arriving from major PC manufacturers aren't just Apple Macbook Air clones.
Vendors have created a whole range of MDM tools and technologies to help IT professionals to stay on top in the Bring Your Own Device environment
Can Everything Everywhere provide the solution to Britain's 4G deficit without damaging competition?
The 3rd Generation Intel Core Processor family reduces power use without sacrificing performance
Do you have a mobile strategy, or a series of stand-alone projects which risk an avalanche of unintended consequences
Flame wars, leakage, nasty Polish texting - six more tales of dirty duty in IT
Location tools go well beyond GPS and Wi-Fi and increasingly can deliver high accuracy even indoors
About 80,000 IBM staff are bringing their own devices to work
Right now, social networking sites are a critical factor in deciding what's influential in search
The case for the pen has been further damaged by some notoriously poor handwriting recognition
Payment technology took this year's Mobile World Congress by storm, but is it a game-changer?