Matt Hamblen

Matt Hamblen covers mobile and wireless, smartphones and other handhelds, and wireless networking for Computerworld.


Samsung flexes enterprise muscles with Tab Active and Knox

Samsung promoted enterprise uses for its upcoming Galaxy Tab Active rugged tablet, its Knox security and management software, and even its Gear VR headset at its recent Super Mobility Week event.

Samsung touts enterprise uses for Tab Active and Knox

Samsung is using the stage at this week's Super Mobility conference to promote its upcoming Galaxy Tab Active rugged tablet, its Knox security and management software, and even its Gear VR headset to enterprise users.

Lowe’s wants to be your smart home gateway

Lowe’s wants to be your smart home gateway

For home improvement retailer Lowe's, the explosion in the Internet of Things has created a few challenges -- and a lot of opportunities.

BlackBerry’s researching a smartwatch, too

Apple isn't the only company working on a smartwatch.

Apple Watch and Apple Pay attract non-Apple converts at CTIA show

Apple Watch and Apple Pay attract non-Apple converts at CTIA show

Announcements of the Apple Watch and Apple Pay on Tuesday caught the attention of hundreds of IT professionals at a keynote presentation during the CTIA's Super Mobility Week trade show in Las Vegas.

Dell's 'virtual smartphone' furthers its drive into worker device management

Dell's 'virtual smartphone' furthers its drive into worker device management

Dell announced a 'virtual smartphone' to help companies keep better track of security and expenses related to employee-owned smartphones and tablets.

Verizon Auto Share service to launch later this year

Verizon announced a vehicle-sharing service that allows drivers to load an app on a smartphone or tablet to securely rent a car or truck.

SAP to release AR apps on Android Wear for smart glasses in the workplace

SAP this week will begin selling two workplace-related augmented reality apps for use with Android Wear smart glasses, including Google Glass, to aid warehouse workers and field service technicians.

Microsoft’s attacks on Apple's Siri get a tad more satirical

Microsoft is taking its ongoing offensive against iPhone’s voice assistant, Siri, into a somewhat higher realm of satire, with a new video spot called “Let the Healing Begin' that's set to launch on YouTube next week.

Lenovo preps for smartphone growth with two new handsets

Lenovo preps for smartphone growth with two new handsets

Lenovo could be the Android smartphone maker to watch, as it moves closer to finalizing its purchase of Motorola Mobility from Google by year's end and keeps pounding out new smartphone designs with cutting-edge technology.

Gear VR may thrill gamers, but value to Samsung and business is unclear

Gear VR may thrill gamers, but value to Samsung and business is unclear

Samsung's announcement of the Galaxy Note 4, Galaxy Note Edge and the Gear VR virtual reality headset raised questions over whether the new devices can help correct the company's lackluster first half financials, which were partly...

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