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The introduction of Google Wallet felt a little too good to be true, didn't it? It's magical, like the tech equivalent of pulling a rabbit out of a hat.
|Because Google is marketing one of the two phones in the world with NFC chips inside (Nokia's C7 is the other), and because it writes its own phone software, it is best positioned right now to offer mobile-payment products, some observers say.|
|Wyse X Class Mobile Thin Client Delivers Rich Media via High Performance Dual-Core Processing, Dual-Band Wi-Fi and USB 3.0 to Industry|
Good-enough computing with Citrix on Atrix (and declining pricing...).ZDnet blog.
Corporate tragedy underway? Writer finishes with Research in Slow Motion.
Monday was a big day for Android as Google simultaneously unveiled the latest Android Developer phone, the Samsung-built Nexus S, and Gingerbread, the newest version (v 2.3) of the Android mobile operating system.
Mossberg reviews new MS phone and finds that while the new O/S is better than old Windows Mobile, it still lags the Apple and Google phones. Part of that is letting the carriers have the advert way and death grip of Xbox.
Today at VMworld 2010 Europe, Wyse Technology, the global leader in cloud client computing, announced the launch of the Wyse X50c mobile thin client with PCoIP
VMworld - Wyse demo of PocketCloud for iPad, iPhone and Android.
Smartphone app released for Android for remote access. Been available for iPhone and iPod Touch.
How will desktop virtualization work if the device on the other end is a smartphone?
Subways newest marketing scheme allows customers to use their mobile phones to collect redeemable loyalty points off of Subway products.
Heineken, the beer manufacturer, recently employed similar barcode technology in an ad campaign. Other companies, like the�Pittsburgh Post-Gazette,�Papa John's International Inc., are also hopping on the bandwagon, as mobile-scannable barcodes are proving adept at reaching consumers directly.
Remote application software provider Citrix and mobile virtualization software vendor Open Kernel Labs have joined to author a specification for turning tomorrow's smartphones into mobile thin-client devices, the two companies announced today. They call their creation the Nirvana Phone.
Interview with RIM covering future of web-based apps versus native apps on Blackberry. RIM is helping on the web-based side but is committed to offering both. How Blackberry compares to iPhone? What about Push?
Wyse releases new iPhone app for users and IT Admins to access their units remotely over iPhone.