RIM's server software for the new OS will support Android and iOS devices, along with all the new features in BlackBerry 10.
Asus' MeMO Pad, at 4.69 inches, is about a half-inch narrower than most other small tablets, which can come in handy in the field.
Lax security could soon threaten the gains agencies have made by letting employees use their own mobile devices for work, a new study says. There are basic protective steps agencies can take now.
Company unveils two tablets -- an Android device that can be held in one hand and a Windows 8 Pro tablet -- that meet MIL-STD-810G rugged specs.
A smart mobility platform with integrated security will let agencies at all levels focus on the real goal: transforming the way they provide services, Vervio's T.L. Neff says.
In the season of giving -- and getting -- here are four new and forthcoming tablets that have appealing features for agencies.
Software being developed by Optio Labs would control data access and app use depending on location, time of day, other apps in use and even who you’re with.
Groups will run a variety of pilots for trusted identities covering areas ranging from first-responder authentication and secure business transactions to the exchange of health care information.
With an eye toward protecting patient privacy, HHS offers tools for keeping health data protected on mobile devices -- advice that any public-sector agency could follow.
Good Technology's product fits over an iPhone 4 or 4s and contains a smart-card or microSD reader for two-factor authentication.
Amped Wireless' compact TAN1 uses high-gain antennas to increase performance.
Pictures taken with a GPS-enabled device can give up your location, as the recent arrest of John McAfee showed. But turning off the function is not hard.