Check out the hottest mobile IT news for Nov. 25, including the jfirst year of decline for the iPad, mobile banking becoming the No. 1 priority for retail banks, why mobile broadband modems are down for the third year, the next mobile trend U.S. shoppers are embracing and the data throttles that T-Mobile plans to throttle.
Apple has released another Yosemite beta to developers for testing, though there is no word if it will finally resolve persistent complaints involving poor Wi-Fi performance.
When it comes to mobile applications development, IT departments need all the help they can get. A new service from IBM gives CIOs insights into how their mobile apps are performing from both a speed and user experience perspective.
Check out the hottest mobile IT news for Monday, Nov. 24, including startup DataFox's launch of its first mobile app, Apple updating API for automated ad buying platform iAd Workbench, more than one-third of U.S. adults using smartphones for video calling, Sony's new smartwatch as first Android smartwatch based on Broadcom's SOC platform and in-car safety features fuel demand for automotive multifunction TFT-LCD panels.
As iPads sales slow in the consumer market, Apple is accelerating its effort to market iPads to the enterprise market. But Cupertino still faces a number of hurdles in getting iPads into the enterprise
Check out the hottest mobile IT news for Friday, Nov. 21, including Amazon launches Zocalo file-sharing app for Android and iOS, Apple releases app development kit for Apple Watch, Google launches BYOD-focused Divide app, IoT app enablement platform revenues to increase 28 percent this year and Apple supplier GT Advanced promised too much and failed to deliver.
Apple just took its effort to attract mobile workers up a notch by adding new languages to its iWork for iCloud productivity apps, reports AppleInsider.
The Justice Department recently warned top Apple executives that new encryption technology being loaded onto new iPhones will prevent law enforcement from accessing a kidnapper's phone and could result in a child dying, the Wall Street Journal reports, cited sources who attended the meeting.
Expect new accessories sporting Apple's proprietary Lightning ports soon, as the company briefed accessory makers on the specifications of new connectors scheduled to ship next year.
Apple has stepped in to the fill the enterprise mobility gap left by BlackBerry, according to data from customers of enterprise mobility management firm Globo.