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Verizon to add mobile videoconference links to clinicians for treatment of colds, flu

If youve ever been sick with a cold or the flu on a business trip, Verizons new Virtual Visits videoconferencing technology could help quickly reach a clinician from a smartphone or tablet.

Motorola XPRT: A great BlackBerry alternative

If you're an Android fan who needs BlackBerry-like functions, you'll be happy with the XPRT.


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Mobile management: Expert guide

InfoWorld.com has put together a free, 20-page "Mobile Management Deep Dive" PDF special report that explains the innate security capabilities of the key mobile platforms (BlackBerry, iOS, Android, Symbian, Windows Mobile, Windows...

HP to buy struggling Palm for $1.2 billion

Hewlett-Packard plans to buy struggling phone maker Palm for US$1.2 billion.

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Haiti text donations overwhelm Red Cross

Haiti earthquake relief donations made by text may not constitute a miracle, but the American Red Cross says it is overwhelmed by the millions of dollars it has received through $10 gifts sent via mobile phones.

Android 13

The awkward thing about Android 13

Google's latest and greatest Android software isn't quite what it seems on the surface.

Google Pixel Phone

7 Google Pixel settings you should change this second

Got one of Google's Pixel phones? These easily overlooked adjustments will unlock some of your phone's most impressive advanced powers.

Apple Business Essentials

Apple, T-Mobile offer Business Essentials to US SMBs

T-Mobile and Apple join forces to offer the first and only US wireless plan to include Apple Business Essentials, an iPhone 13, and more for small and mid-sized businesses.

Tap to Pay iPhone

Mobile convergence accelerates as 'Tap to Pay' dings US retail

Fifteen years since iPhone begat the modern smartphone, mobile now sits at the center of almost every interaction we make.

Broken Android Phone

Drop, crack, d'oh! My broken Android phone epiphany

Just because your phone is broken doesn't mean your data's out of reach.

Apple MDM industry outlook: M&A on the way

At this stage in the evolution of the Apple device management industry, it appears we are on the edge of a mergers and acquisitions frenzy.

Yes, you can avoid 2022's business travel miseries

Business travel, especially by air, has become more of a pain than ever, but there are ways to avoid some of the problems.

Pixel Shortcuts

10 next-level tricks for your Pixel Clock app

Your Pixel phone's Clock app is surprisingly smart and full of thoughtful features, but some of its most exceptional elements are all too easy to overlook.

iOS 16

How to set up and use Focus modes on iOS 16

Also available on iPads and Macs, Focus mode is Apple’s way to keep you productive while filtering out the noise. This is how it works.

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Let’s put smartphone mics to better use

What if smartphone sound-recognition could be tweaked to do core IT and operational chores? This would be an option to customize the phone to listen for sounds specific to your company.

Intelligent workspaces - Redefining the future of work

Hexnode's CEO on Apple in the enterprise and the transformation of the workplace

Hexnode founder and CEO Apu Pavithran, talks about the future of work, Apple's growth in enterprise IT and even a little about MDM.

WWDC 2022

How iPhone users with Windows PCs can get 'Continuity Camera' features now

When Apple announced Continuity Camera at WWDC, plenty of iPhone users with Windows PCs might have felt a little left out. Camo is coming to the rescue.

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In the new workplace you'll use Cisco Webex with Apple’s CarPlay

Cisco is preparing to introduce new Webex Meetings features to make it easier to move calls between devices and to make and take them using Apple's CarPlay.

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