Sprint and Dixons Carphone today announced a joint venture to open and operate up to 500 new Sprint-branded stores across the U.S.
BlackBerry announced on Wednesday that it had acquired U.K.-based cyber security consultancy Encription to kick off their new Professional Cybersecurity Services practice.
WhatsApp has announced that it is to cease support for a number of operating systems by the end of 2016, ending support for BlackBerry legacy OS, BlackBerry 10, Nokia S40, and Nokia Symbian S60 by the end 2016.
A U.S. appeals court hasÃ‚Â overturned a $120 million jury verdict against Samsung saying Samsung did not infringe Apple's "quick links" patent.
Microsoft has officially pulled the plug on Project Astoria, a set of four new software development toolkits by Microsoft to make it easy for developers to bring their code for the Web, .NET, Win32, iOS and Android to the Windows Store.
BlackBerry has today unveiled BlackBerry Secure Connect Plus, using the BlackBerry Cloud Connector. For Enterprise Developers working with Hybrid environments, this is a feature that many developers have been waiting for.
Xiaomi has launched the Xiaomi Mi 5. The smartphone is running Android, but will be able to be converted into a Windows 10 Mobile device when Microsoft releases ROMs that allow for the porting of the platform.
BlackBerry today announced the launch of its new Professional Cybersecurity Services practice that will further expand BlackBerry's security portfolio.
BlackBerry today announced Microsoft customers now have access to BlackBerry's secure enterprise mobility solutions in the open, flexible, enterprise-grade cloud computing platform Microsoft Azure.
BlackBerry today announced an expansion of its partnership with Sharecare, a leading digital health and wellness engagement platform, to provide consumers with better and more secure insights into their health.
China Mobile launched its 5G Joint Innovation Center project at the GTI Summit 2016, which was held during the World Mobile Congress (WMC) in Barcelona, Spain on Feb. 23, 2016.
Samsung today launched integration with Amazon Dash Replenishment. Consumers and small businesses can now sign up for the service to automatically receive toner refills from Amazon when existing supplies are running low.