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Market research firm Canalys finds that while shipments of wearables of all types are down year over year, people are buyer more higher-end smartwatches, a trend that favors the Apple Watch.
The terms “app testing,” “analytics” and “mobile devices” have rarely been used in the same sentence—maybe never. This might be an actual first for the IT industry.
DAILY VIDEO: Apple says it's working to fix an iPhone X cold weather display glitch; a Google study finds phishing is the most likely cause of account takeovers; HPE unveils blockchain-as-a-service for enterprises; and there's more.
A security researcher explains how WPA2 Enterprise wireless security can be bypassed and why the EAP-TLS wireless authentication protocol should be more widely deployed to help mitigate risks.
Gartner's 2017 Enterprise Mobility Management Magic Quadrant report breaks down the top vendors in the category, ranking them as "leaders," "challengers," "niche players" or "visionaries."
NEWS ANALYSIS: A mobile market analyst predicts Apple will introduce two new large-screen phones that will be larger than the iPhone X, but only one of the new phones will have an OLED display.
Qualcomm claims Broadcom’s unsolicited $105 billion bid undervalues the company and sets up regulatory challenges.
Users now have greater control over the look and feel of Microsoft's Swiftkey predictive on-screen keyboard for mobile devices.
Nimble’s Team Contact Manager unifies a company's business contacts into single, shared relationship system of record.
Some users have been reporting unresponsive displays on their iPhone X phones in cold weather. Apple says it is working on a software fix.
REVIEW: The Phone X offers an all-screen front, an improved camera and important new security features that add significant value to this smartphone—provided that you need them.
DAILY VIDEO: Apple will bring facial recognition to the iPad, a report says; the vast majority of users don't use two-factor authentication, a survey finds; Google adds a version testing feature to its Firebase mobile dev platform; and there's more.
NEWS ANALYSIS: The next iPad Pro will have a borderless screen and Face ID like the iPhone X, but probably won’t have an OLED screen, according to a story in Bloomberg.