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While neither BlackBerry or Nokia have actually announced plans to bring out a tablet, executives from both of these smartphone companies have hinted that it's a possibility.
An announcement was made today that fans of BlackBerry Messenger have been hoping for for years: a version of BBM is going to be introduced for devices running iOS and Android. This will allow far more people to use this very popular service, for free.
With BlackBerry in the process of remaking itself, there have been questions about whether there will be a successor to the BlackBerry PlayBook tablet. A recent interview with CEO Thorsten Heins has a strong clue, and it's probably not something tablet fans want to hear.
Our sister site SearchConsumerization has an interview with Matt Kosht, IT manager at SEMCO Energy, in which he argues that IT departments don't need to have total control of employees' tablets and phones for them to be secure.
Executives at BlackBerry need to get their stories straight. This week, the company CEO seemed to indicate that a tablet is a remote possibility, while another exec said a PlayBook replacement is close to being released.
Smaller, cheaper tablets are doing well. So well, that the Market-analysis firm IDC has raised its estimates for how many tablets will ship this year by 10%.
Small businesses are embracing tablets, and the Apple iPad in particular. IDC is predicting that companies with less than 100 employees will have 10.4 million tablets by the end of this year.
It's the rare tablet user who doesn't have a Wi-Fi network. TechnologyGuide has tips to keeping yours secure
The types of computers that people buy is changing. Sales of tablets are surging even as interest in more traditional computers wanes, according to a report from IDC.
Imagine being connected to the Internet at all times and not having to pay a wireless carrier to do so? Well, that's what the FCC is looking to do, following a report that the organization wants to create a nationwide Wi-Fi network for public spaces.
PlayBook owners can breathe a sigh of relief: rather than being obsolete, this tablet is going to get a major upgrade to the next version of the BlackBerry operating system.
Aerospace corporation Boeing says that it has developed a new way to test wireless signals in airplanes, which could result in improved Wi-Fi connectivity for passengers while flying. Get all the details from TechnologyGuide
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