The promise of 5G is real. For the first time, wireless technology will reach real parity with wired approaches. This won’t happen, however, unless a significantly more robust infrastructure is in place. Small cells will play a huge role.
With this latest version of Surface, and during what has been a near catastrophic market decline for the iPad, Microsoft has created what the iPad should have really been.
It’s fair to say that despite the surprising move by IBM to pull back somewhat, telework has fully established itself as the coequal of traditional approaches.
While the heart of this appears to be an ill-conceived effort to force Qualcomm to give Apple a unique discount and competitive advantage, that now seems unachievable due to the public nature of this dispute.
As networks move to 5G, the nature of the new protocol will make it necessary to deploy huge numbers of antennas and towers. This is good news because dead spots and performance issues within buildings and at crowded indoor and outdoor venues will be alleviated.
The rationale for a discrete network is simple: Today, first responders use commercial networks that tend to be overwhelmed when a crisis occurs. Work on the project is expected to begin later this year and create 10,000 jobs.
Analyst Rob Enderle explains why we should take the laptop ban situation as a threat to the electronics industry and IT departments, and what we can do to address it.
We’ve had it pounded into our heads for years about the risks involved in mobile apps, and yet, we continue to ignore the risks and take our chances.
The smartphone industry may have at least one more glitzy move up its sleeve: bendable and foldable phones. Samsung is thought to be the manufacturer most set on this innovation.
IBM is calling telecommuting marketing employees in the U.S. back to the office. Those who can’t (or won’t) comply will be fired.
It may be too early to say that Samsung will recapture its lost smartphone sheen. But from an enterprise IT perspective, Samsung is making it clear it’s on a path toward turning the smartphone into a universal remote for the enterprise.
Wearables are revolutionizing the workplace, with innovations that create a safer work environment or enhance the way professionals are able to go about their job.
Kony is making the case for returning to the more natural order of buying versus building mobile applications.