After nearly five years of growth, the tablet market has officially stalled. According to research firm IDC, tablet sales fell 3.2% year over year in the 2014 holiday quarter, with even bigger drops coming from market leaders Apple and Samsung.
Milan Sheth, partner and technology sector leader, Ernst & Young, says there’s a lot of reason for the IT industry to be positive about 2015.
It's an increasingly mobile world -- and the mobile future of Windows is dubious. To better accommodate end users, CIOs would be wise to consider these three alternatives to Windows on the desktop -- Chrome, Android and Ubuntu.
We show you how to transfer contacts from a BlackBerry to an iPhone, whether it is from a new BlackBerry 10 device or from an older BlackBerry phone.
The new Samsung Galaxy S III is one of the hottest Android phones on the market. Al Sacco shares a pile of valuable SGS3 tips and tricks that will help new owners customize the device, take screen shots, watch video while using other apps or surfing the Web, launch voice-activated features and more.
In this roundup of tech news from ComputerWorld for the week 06 - 10 January, 2014, we talk about the status of Microsoft's CEO search, NASSCOM appointing a new president, wearable tech making a strong showing at CES 2014, Intel dropping the McAfee name, and Tablets out-shipping PCs in the current year.
In this roundup of tech news from ComputerWorld for the week 09 - 13 December, 2013, we talk about Dell's enterprise mobility management,Microsoft trying to lure Gmail users, Original Design Manufacturers seeing increased demand for their direct servers, and smartphones making a serious entry into the enterprise.
In this roundup of tech news for the week 11 - 15 November, 2013 we talk about Edward Snowden, Twitter, Microsoft and Android.
Four smartphone OSes that hope to find room next to Android and iOS were on display at Mobile World Congress, but the most exciting were Ubuntu Phone and Sailfish OS.
At the end of 2006, the cell phone landscape was awash with devices that filled specific wants and needs. If you wanted the coolest way to make calls, you got the RAZR. If you needed to email colleagues on the go, you bought a BlackBerry. If you were constantly texting your friends during study hall, there was the Sidekick.
When people learn that I run marathons in addition to covering healthcare IT, they ask, "Where's your fitness tracker?"
Columnist Mike Elgan tested a smartwatch with Android Wear and said he has experienced a culture-changing platform.
Amazon Fire phone sports some unique hardware, software and services. There's also a third dimension to the phone--it's the most effective device ever sold for harvesting the personal data from its owner. Let's break this down.
From cameras to physical fitness gear, computers are getting attached to your body.
From the ridiculous to the might-be-interesting, the app market has some strange surprises in store for consumers. We picked up the 10 apps that can make your phone the center of attraction for all the weird reasons.