The newly launched BlackBerry Z10 was designed and created with the end consumer in mind, according to BlackBerry president and CEO, Thorsten Heins.
One server is required to support every 600 smartphones, according to Allyson Klein, the director of leadership marketing within Intel's data centre group, Tablets are more demanding, she says, with a ratio of one server per 120 tablets. Klein describes this as a new economic model for computing.
Chinese communications vendor, Huawei, has appointed Simms International as a distributor for its enterprise product range.
With the onset of the new financial year and next-generation IT infrastructure being potentially deployed, Kroll Ontrack has issued a call for Australian consumers and enterprises to plan for how they retire old computers or systems.
Smartphone industry pundits wonder whether Palm can survive another year, given Palm's guidance today that its new smartphone sales expectations.
The growing demand for online applications could push the number of mobile devices accessing the Internet past 1 billion by 2013, IDC said in a survey issued on Wednesday.
IBM is allocating US$100 million to research in mobile communications over the next five years.
As mobile data traffic continues to increase, with more generated by home users, operators are under pressure to adopt either UMA (Unlicensed Mobile Access) or femtocells, both of which have a lot going for them, according to their respective proponents.
The netbook promises convenience and capability in a small, lightweight, and generally inexpensive package, and the concept of a smartbook goes even further: a handy-dandy combination of smartphone and notebook. Alas, most netbook offerings come burdened with a full-blown Windows operating system, which runs slowly on performance-limited netbook hardware and saps battery life. And Windows is not exactly smartphone-oriented.
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