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eWEEK PRODUCT TREND ANALYSIS: Bank of America is moving away from the BYOD concept and may be ready for a new, high-security business-focused smartphone not made by Apple, Samsung or other major producer. Could BlackBerry and Qualcomm be in the right place at the right time?
eWEEK PRODUCT REVIEW: The most obvious innovations in the iPhone 11 Pro revolve around the new three-camera photographic system, but some new features may be more important to business users.
eWEEK NEW-PRODUCT ANALYSIS: The Surface project has fixed some operational problems regarding both Microsoft and Intel, which should result in better products going forward. New versions of the Surface were launched this week.
PRODUCT TREND ANALYSIS: This week at Computex, NVIDIA effectively answered the question: What would happen if you targeted developers who prefer Apple laptops with a solution that was specifically designed for them?
NEWS ANALYSIS: There is no bigger IT news than this week’s announcement of the Microsoft Edge Chromium browser for Apple. It is a game-changer, and here is why.
Both Microsoft Visual Studio 2019 applications gain code updates and new features for enterprise users.
PRODUCT/SERVICE ANALYSIS: Why isn't it automatic--or at least much easier--to show movies from services with which you subscribe on any device you are using? It's all a complicated mess; perhaps this leaves open an opportunity for an enterprising new service company.
NEW-PRODUCT ANALYSIS: The last big evolution (iPhone) made phones less safe, more fragile, less practical and into more of a distraction, potentially costing us far more and helping us make far less. Yes, they are prettier, but exchanging something useful for something more attractive suggests...
NEWS AND NEW-PRODUCT ANALYSIS: With sales growth slowing for Apple’s key iPhone and iPad devices (and no explosive new products or categories on the horizon), it behooves the company to find new ways to commercially leverage its customer relationships--that is, to get them to spend more money...
Also announced is a new 7.9-inch iPad mini that also includes Pencil support, as well as an advanced Retina display and a faster processor.