Analyst: mobile computing should not be ignored

Analyst: mobile computing should not be ignored

If enterprises don't see mobile computing as being business critical, they'd better hope they're correct in that assumption, according to...

March 30th, 2003 Ryan B. Patrick

Analyst: mobile computing should not be ignored

Analyst: mobile computing should not be ignored

If enterprises don't see mobile computing as being business critical, they'd better hope they're correct in that assumption, according to...

March 25th, 2003 Ryan B. Patrick

News Thread

News Thread

While floppy disk drives have been a staple storage mechanism for the PC, computer manufacturer Dell Computer Corp. recently decided...

February 20th, 2003 No Author

Briefs

Briefs

Microsoft Canada Co. and Rogers AT&T Wireless announced this month that the software maker's Pocket PC Phone Edition and Smartphone...

February 20th, 2003 No Author

Rogers AT&T and Microsoft announce agreement

Rogers AT&T and Microsoft announce agreement

Microsoft Canada Co. and Rogers AT&T Wireless announced Wednesday that the software maker's Pocket PC Phone Edition and Smartphone 2002...

February 5th, 2003 Albert Leonardo

Telus offers Blackberry to 1X enterprise clients

Telus offers Blackberry to 1X enterprise clients

Telus Mobility and Research in Motion (RIM) Ltd. Monday announced their intention to offer RIM's BlackBerry platform to enterprise clients...

January 19th, 2003 Rebecca Reid

Letter To The Editor

Letter To The Editor

Re. "Argument for 3G dominance riddled with confusion," Oct. 4, page 12: It is a lot easier to understand 3G...

October 31st, 2002 No Author

Fido

Fido

The future viability of Montreal-based Microcell Telecommunications Inc. has been called into question, after the company announced it may not...

September 5th, 2002 Jeff Wilson

Software helps carriers add Wi-Fi to mix

Software helps carriers add Wi-Fi to mix

Roaming between a wide-area mobile data network and high-speed wireless local area networks (LANs) may get easier to set up...

August 5th, 2002 Stephen Lawson