As the world waits for the new iPhone, Samsung made more gains in smartphone market share in August.The Galaxy S4 went toe-to-toe with the iPhone 5 again, with a winner crowned. Meantime, a new Droid and Nokia's Lumia 1020 cracked our hot-sellers list. ...More
BlackBerry now only accounts for 2.4 percent of sales in the big five European markets and just 1.2 percent in the United States, but Apple and Android better keep their eyes on Windows Phone sneaking up behind them. ...More
Cisco. MegaPath. VMware. Cbeyond. Polycom. Some of the biggest names in the channel are out with new products and services. From videoconferencing to UC to cloud, our slide show is a one-stop shop for these new offerings that partners need to know. ...More
Isis will support the iPhone, but Apple's smartphone doesn't yet offer near-field communication technology. That makes this version of mobile payments a little trickier for iPhone users than it is for Android phone owners. ...More
Samsung's Galaxy S4 proved it's no flash in the plan last month at all major U.S. wireless operators – AT&T, Verizon Wireless, Sprint and T-Mobile – making Apple lose sleep at night prior to its iPhone 5S release date. ...More
There's a lot of big talk about big data, but how do you know if it's a big deal for your company? A first step is understanding the differences between conventional database technologies. Craig Galbraith explains in this video.