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Enterprise mobility has taken many shapes and sizes in 2013, and it will continue to evolve through 2014. SearchConsumerization has predictions from five experts on what to expect.
The first incremental update to KitKat, Android 4.4.1, has been making its way to Nexus 7 and Nexus 10 devices. Now, though, it looks like Android 4.4.1 is about to be replaced by another update, 4.4.2. UPDATED
Google's line of tablets might be getting a new entry soon: a mid-size model made by LG.
Mobility and the cloud can make it easier for workers to stay connected from the road, and to be more productive on business trips. SearchConsumerization has suggestions for apps that help you make the most of your precious time.
The next installment in the popular Assassin's Creed franchise, Assassin's Creed: Pirates, is now available for iOS and Android devices.
Four Android tablets have just debuted from HP, offering a range of prices and configurations.
Android, iOS and the Windows mobile operating systems continue to add more tools and features for IT administrators. But which OS is best for enterprise mobile security? SearchConsumerization has the resources to answer this question.
Most Android software is designed to run on smartphone screens. Google Play has now been modified so tablet users can more easily locate apps that are optimized for larger displays. This is part Google's efforts to get developers to create tablet software.
Verizon has just begun offering a new option for wireless data access: a pre-paid, one-day pass that gets the user 300MB for $5.
Given their slender profiles and light weight, tablets are made for frequent travelers. But what's the best available for those who are on the road all the time?
Toshiba has just launched the Excite 7, an inexpensive, entry-level tablet running Google's Android OS.
A modified version of the Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 processor has just been announced that is capable of handling Ultra HD (4K) video playing on a tablet or streamed to a TV.
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