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Ericsson sues Apple to block iOS devices; Gazing into a mobile crystal ball;

>> Smartphones charge in a minute with bio-battery (NetworkWorld) Pebble Time takes on Apple Watch >> Why Pebble Time, not Android Wear, is Apple Watch's biggest competition (Macworld) Google ...

How to track your favorite whisky from factory to first sip

not ceding mobile payments space to Apple Infographic: What is NFC and what can it do? Apple's 'new' NFC-based mobile payment tech in iPhone 6 a decade behind Japan ...

Itching to download Office on your Android tablet? Better check your chip maker

Tablet 2 Pro and Yoga Tablet 2 10. For those using those tablets, don't worry Microsoft plans ...

Get ready for more cloud, mobile offerings from IBM

check out the Re/Code story- read the Wall Street Journal article Related Articles: IBM's new Verse collaborative email tool is optimized for mobile IBM enables in-house Bluemix PaaS Apple-IBM alliance shifts ...

Apple crushing it in the enterprise

Think Microsoft's HoloLens, not Apple Watch Spotlight: Apple gets patent for mobile app data ...

Spotlight: Shifts for iOS helps workers who don't work 9 to 5

Shifts for iOS enables users to keep track of irregular work shifts on their iPhone, according to a TechRepublic article. The Shifts for iOS app provides a calendar that keeps track of shifts and alerts for upcoming shifts. It only costs $1.99 to buy and download, and it can be particularly useful for hospital ...

Could the LG Watch Urbane LTE be the first enterprise-ready smartwatch?

HoloLens, not Apple Watch Does Apple Watch have a use case for the enterprise? With long battery life, ...

Microsoft opens up revamped API for OneDrive storage to developers

OneDrive file size limit to 10GB, increases sync speed threefold ...

Marriage of ransomware and bitcoins is no honeymoon for targeted firms

effective course of action. For more:- read the story from the Chicago Tribune Related Articles: Emergent ...

Lenovo's website hacked; Macro viruses in Word, Excel;

your new phone looks an awful lot like an iPhone (Wired) ...