Sprint introduces the ZTE Optik February 5, its first sub $100 3G (EVDO) tablet. It has a 7-inch touchscreen display, dual cameras and is powered by Android Honeycomb.
AT&T has announced that the Samsung Galaxy Note goes on sale Feb. 19 for $299.99 with a two-year agreement. It’s a device that aims to combine the best features of a smartphone with the larger viewing screen of a tablet.
The latest research from Strategy Analytics shows that Android powered tablets leaped to a 39 percent share of the global market, closing the gap on Apple’s iPad which remained the leader with around 58 per cent of the market.
BlackBerry maker Research In Motion (RIM) has appointed Thorsten Heins as its new CEO and President. He replaces the former co-CEO pairing of Mike Lazaridis and Jim Balsillie who have run the company for the past twenty years.
AT&T has announced a price rise in its data plans that it says ‘gives customers more data and value’ although the cost per MB of data is roughly the same. The data plan pricing means that new customers have to buy bigger chunks of mobile download data/ month
Gazelle recently announced the results of its slightly unscientific survey of CES show-floor attendees. The survey aimed to find out if there was a correlation between one’s level of optimism and the smartphone or tablet one owns.
Research In Motion (RIM) has announced a free software upgrade for its PlayBook tablet operating system to BlackBerry PlayBook OS 2.0. The update will be available as a free download for all BlackBerry PlayBook users
It’s business as usual for T-Mobile after AT&T abandoned its attempt to acquire the company last month. This weekend, Friday, Jan. 6 through Sunday, Jan. 8 T-Mobile launches its ‘New Year, New Phone Sale’.
The IT analyst firm Gartner recently revealed its top predictions for 2012. Here’s a summary of their forecasts as they relate to enterprise mobility and mobile devices.
A new market research study of 1,025 consumers conducted by Broadcom shows increasing demand for a more connected lifestyle.