Eric T. Schneiderman, the Attorney General of New York, has sent letters to the CEOs of Apple, Google/Motorola, Microsoft and Samsung pressing them to detail what efforts they are making to head off the growing problem of device theft.
Another year of declining print sales for magazine publishers seems inevitable, but the digital future looks brighter. New research from Adobe suggests that not only are tablet magazines growing quickly, but that readers are even willing to pay for them.
Some businesses may boast about how tablets have transformed employee productivity, but others are having a hard time keeping workers away from Facebook, Twitter and other tablet time drainers. But if that’s you, don’t fret -- here is what you can do to sort it all out.
In the beginning there was the iPad and it was good. That was three years ago. The iPad was far from the first tablet computer, but it was the first to hit it big with consumers as well as business people.
Think Apple’s iPad and iPad mini are the only go-to tablets for educators? Well, think again, because here are several good iPad alternatives offering great specs, pricing and school-friendly features.
HP’s ElitePad 900 tablet is sleek, powerful and packed with excellent enterprise security features. However, that package of features, along with excellent expansion capabilities, make for a premium-priced tablet not all business buyers will be able to justify. (4 out of 5 stars).
This whitepaper profiles the Panasonic Toughpad, and how its unique and durable features, combined with mobile business solutions, are allowing field workers in rugged conditions to get more done: view it now.
In the world of rugged mobile devices, words like MIL-STD and IP ratings are frequently used without explanation. This whitepaper will help you navigate the terms and acronyms so you can make informed decisions: view it now.