Mobile devices and computing have come a long way. But where will they go next?
When mobile operating system vendors update their platforms, third-party apps sometimes stop working. Here's why -- and how to prevent your app from being the next one that breaks.
Dozens of operators like AT&T are building networks based on Long-term Evolution (LTE), promising multimegabit download speeds. Here's what you need to know to get the most out of LTE.
Ubiquitous computing is moving out of the lab and into the mainstream. Bo Begole, head of PARC's Ubiquitous Computing Area, explains what it means for enterprises and consumers.
Like laptops and PCs, mobile devices increasingly feature multicore processors. The extra horsepower is good news for developers, but it comes with a few strings attached.
For enterprises, smartphones can be both a problem and an opportunity. Here, analyst Iain Gillott lays out five tips to help CIOs, IT managers and developers craft a can't-miss wireless strategy.
David Thomas of Rally Software, a leader in Agile application lifecycle management, talks about the latest software trends.
Mobile software development varies from platform to platform, but there are key considerations that apply to all of them.