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While competitors including Samsung will likely bring 5G capabilities to their smartphones in 2019, iPhones won't include them until 2020.
PRODUCT REVIEW: At the launch, Samsung's HMD Odyssey headset was the most expensive among its competitors, but it was also the only one good enough to use. The company now has released a refreshed version of the product (Samsung HMD Odyssey+) for $499. Read on for the review.
Symantec is growing its security capabilities with Active Directory protection from Javelin Networks and mobile apps security from Appthority.
eWEEK DATA POINTS: Jason Andersen, Vice-President of Business Line Management for Stratus Technologies, shares his insight on the key success factors for achieving next-gen automation capabilities in legacy environments.
The OnePlus 6T, which features a 6.41-inch AMOLED display, 8GB of memory and 128GB of internal storage, includes an edge-to-edge screen.
Nearly 85 percent of Zebra survey respondents anticipate their company’s investment in IoT and mobility to increase over the next one to two years; IoT investment is up overall.
eWEEK DATA POINTS: Network performance and data usage information on any network can be used to maximize performance, mitigate security threats and control costs across an entire mobile deployment.
NEWS ANALYSIS: Phishing is one of the greatest risks to political campaigns in the United States and elsewhere, just as it’s a primary cause of breaches everywhere.
Smarty-pants bots, artificial intelligence engines and machine-learning servers are taking over. They are photographing and logging checks, researching credit scores, balancing books, monitoring and grading application performance and texting your mother to tell her that you’ve stayed up too...
The laptop, built for mobile enterprise field workers in non-office environmental conditions, will be available starting in November.
A significant number of abandoned mobility projects is frustrating digital teams, with many concluding that their managers do not "appreciate" or "understand" how tough mobile is.