Wireless charging technology has been around for more than 100 years, but its inclusion in devices such as Apple's new iPhone line has given it new life. Here's how it works, and why it could soon show up in everything from homes to robots.
Stories by Lucas Mearian
Apple has purchased PowerbyProxi, a small, wireless charging technology company in New Zealand. But it's not likely using PowerbyProxi for what you think.
Dell has integrated PC Client Command Suite with VMware’s Workspace ONE cloud portal for mobile devices, giving admins a single view of both for better mobile management.
Following others in the financial services industry, Mastercard unveiled its own blockchain distributed ledger for cross-border payments.
Banks and financial tech companies are increasingly embracing blockchain’s native capabilities as the basis for cross-border payment networks.
As more workers depend on smartphones and tablets for business communications, collaboration apps are making the leap into mobile via EMM platforms.
IBM unveiled a cross-border blockchain payments service with a Polynesian payments system provider designed to improve efficiency.
Microsoft's corporate vice president for Windows confirmed the company has no plans to bring new hardware or software to Windows Phones.
MobileIron has partnered with a machine learning-based threat detection vendor to port its technology onto its EMM client, a growing trend in the mobile space.
A glitch in iOS 11 that sporadically left some Microsoft email users unable to send messages has been fixed.
Though Apple has finally included wireless charging in its latest iPhones, the Qi standard it chose is slower than the variation used in rival Android smartphones.
Google's $1.1 billion acquisition of HTC’s smartphone engineering arm is a recognition that to produce a quality device you need to control over the hardware and software – just like Apple.
Financial Technology has been around virtually as long as the financial services industry itself. But since the economic meltdown of 2008, a new breed of disruptors has displaced traditional ecommerce providers with more efficient services.
Apple's new mobile OS has added key enterprise-friendly features that could make it a darling for business users and are already enticing EMM vendors like Microsoft to support.
Apple for years pushed, without much success, to get its hardware and software into the office. But the organic adoption of its iOS devices – especially the iPhone – finally forced enterprises to take it seriously.