IBM has reinvigorated its mobile enterprise portfolio with the announcement of the MobileFirst suite of software and services. The computing giant also announced an expanded relationship with AT&T in order to get these new tools out to more developers.
IBM today announced an agreement to acquire Worklight, a privately held Israeli-based provider of mobile software for smartphones and tablets.
Lenovo Group expects wireless Internet products to account for up to 80 percent of its sales within five years as it pursues expansion...
IBM posted slightly improved fourth-quarter results on an uptick in new service contracts, but sales to the communications industry fell slightly.
IBM announced new subscription-based managed services and support for the BlackBerry Enterprise Solution.
If the rumor that IBM will buy out Sun Microsystems comes true, the company would be able to secure a quick, dominant entry into the device operating system market.
IBM has expanded its relationship with AT&T, Sprint and other wireless carriers to provide broader e-mail access to customers
IBM says it has figured out how to bring Web 2.0 applications, as well as desktop computing, to mobile phones.
According to an AP report, IBM and Apple have formed a partnership that will bring IBM's Lotus Notes e-mail software to Apple's iPhone and iPod Touch wireless devices.