Android 'Jelly Bean,' Samsung's Notes, and Google's Nexuses finally delivered compelling capabilities as Apple stalled
You don't have to give up the whole Apple ecosystem to embrace a Galaxy S III or other Android smartphone
Good Technology's enterprise stats show iPads and iPhones lead despite consumers' Android smartphone passion.
Apple is slowly merging Mac OS X and iOS, and Microsoft is developing Windows 8 for both desktop and mobile computing
As tablets and smartphones become common business tools, InfoWorld's handy comparison helps IT know which to allow.
The essentially Windows-only cloud service has no place in a mobile world and little place on Mac OS X or Linux
Users and business managers alike are loving the iPad as a potential laptop replacement, for at least part of the time.
The iPad, for all its merits, may not be Android tablets' real competition
Analysis: An enterprise survey shows iOS rules but not for long, and IT expresses interest in WebOS
Analysis: The BlackBerry-tethered tablet can't do very much, and its tethering requirement means few users can actually use it
Limiting availability of Android 3.0 code and apparent tightening of Android smartphone standards means that Google finally gets it about the platform.
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