Matt Hamblen

Senior Editor

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

AT&T launches wireless data and TV services on one bill

Samsung devices caught between Apple and Chinese smartphones

Samsung devices caught between Apple and Chinese smartphones

Samsung faces competition from Apple iPhones on the high end and Chinese smartphones on the low end. The solution to the company's dilemma is complex. It isn't at all clear whether Samsung's next product announcement on Aug. 13 is...

Focus turns to Windows 10 Mobile and Lumia flagships

Focus turns to Windows 10 Mobile and Lumia flagships

Speculation is that a formal announcement will occur in September, with shipments starting in October.

Newcomer Cyanogen looks to disrupt Android and iOS

Newcomer Cyanogen looks to disrupt Android and iOS

Several versions of the Android OS for smartphones have appeared on the global stage in recent years. One version, Cyanogen OS, has gathered publicity as well as prominent investors --including Twitter, Qualcomm and Foxconn -- that...

Motorola launches 3 new Android phones with 'amazing value'

Motorola launches 3 new Android phones with 'amazing value'

Motorola announced three new Android 5.1.1 phones, including a high-end model that will be sold this fall in the U.S. as the Moto X Pure Edition, starting at the low price of $400 unlocked.

IDC sees mobile management software sales slowing

IDC sees mobile management software sales slowing

Sales of mobile management software will grow at a slower pace over the next few years but will still top $2.9 billion in 2019, according to IDC’s latest forecast.

The BYOD debate is not over

The BYOD debate is not over

It's been looking like BYOD was more myth than reality, in the words of one observer. But given the imminent demise of phone subsidies and other factors, BYOD may well undergo a rebirth.

The bring-your-own-device fad is fading

The bring-your-own-device fad is fading

U.S. companies are moving away from the bring-your-own-device (BYOD) trend that kicked off in earnest five years ago and had workers using their personal smartphones and tablets for work duties, according to a new study.

Cheap chip card readers are on the way for merchants

Cheap chip card readers are on the way for merchants

U.S. banks are shipping more secure chip-embedded credit and debit cards to consumers, but industry attention is also focused on whether merchants have installed updated payment terminals that can accept the new cards.

Wells Fargo's mobile banking redesign includes biometrics, tracks customer insights

Wells Fargo's mobile banking redesign includes biometrics, tracks customer insights

Input from Wells Fargo's commercial banking customers has been vital in steering a massive mobile banking redesign project, according to a bank executive.

There's a silver lining in the cloudy tablet forecast: Workplace tablets

There's a silver lining in the cloudy tablet forecast: Workplace tablets

With global tablet sales softening, there's a bright spot for hardware manufacturers: Company purchases of tablets for workers are expected to remain brisk.

T-Mobile touts first continental phone plan for North America

T-Mobile touts first continental phone plan for North America

T-Mobile said there would be no added charges for its U.S.-based Simple Choice customers when they call, text or use data to Mexico and Canada or when traveling there.

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