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Lenovo's latest N20p Chromebook functions as both a regular laptop and a stand-supported tablet. But what is it like to use in the real world?
A well-known problem in the Internet of Things is that many connected devices operate in silos. Your Fitbit doesn't communicate with your Nest thermostat, for example.
With a sapphire display and military-grade construction, the Kyocera Brigadier is one seriously tough Android phone. We put its durability to the test.
With a new balance between employee choice and business assurance, a different approach to management is critical
All of the major wireless carriers "throttle" customers who use what the companies think is too much data, but Verizon's policy is tougher than its competitors.
After spending two weeks with Amazon's Fire Phone, our reviewer thinks Amazon should be paying YOU to carry the device around.
While attending a tech conference last month, Michael DeFranco received word on his phone that Apple was joining forces with IBM to go after the enterprise. The CEO and founder of Lua, a mobile messaging service running on Android and iOS, stared at the text message in disbelief.
Those apps you download on your smartphone may be free or very cheap, but there's a hidden price you should be aware of: loss of privacy.
Apple's iTunes App Store and Google Play are a bit like Moroccan city marketplaces: There's a lot going on, and it's all a bit chaotic and overwhelming. Browsing by categories or searching by keyword helps. But not much.
The LG G3 Android smartphone has some impressive features, but during real-world use, problems can emerge.
Wearables will make it infinitely easier for companies to track employees. But without transparency, that will foster suspicion.
In their quest to copy competitors, social sites and apps increasingly drop features that are part of the popularity and identity of their products, says columnist Mike Elgan.
Forward-thinking firms like Kraft didn't wait for employees to bring in consumer tech, but led the effort themselves
You know those cat pictures you keep sharing on social media sites? They may reveal more about you than your love of felines.
Nokia's new low-cost Lumia 635 smartphone makes some unfortunate hardware compromises, but on the plus side it comes with the excellent Windows Phone 8.1.
Nokia, once a great company and the pride of Finland, is shuffling to its grave under Microsoft's leadership.
Lenovo has stopped sales of its existing small-screen Windows tablets in the U.S., but plans a new model for release by the end of the year.
The humble lockscreen is about to become the most important interface on your smartphone, says columnist Mike Elgan.
In the seven years since the first iPhone arrived, iOS has morphed from a consumer-centric OS into one with a wealth of enterprise-worthy features.
One thing is clear about the Apple-IBM partnership: It will change the dynamic of the enterprise mobility market in significant ways.