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Dolby Sues Research In Motion Over Audio Compression Technology

Dolby Sues Research In Motion Over Audio Compression TechnologyThe noise has cleared but Research In Motion (RIM) may not like what it hears. Dolby has just filed lawsuits in District Court of Mannheim in Mannheim, Germany and the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California against the maker of the popular business mobile device Blackberry.

Where are Google Android Mini-Tablets? No Love for 7-Inch Models

android_logo_2011.jpgApple's stance on the smaller-format tablet is well known, but why is Google delaying Android 3.1 updates to smaller tablets?

Ballmer Defends Microsoft on its $8.5B Skype Deal

Microsoft (news, site) has been going around the media since the announcement of the Skype deal, defending and explaining the benefits of the purchase.

W3C Moves Its Web of Standards Forward

W3C_logo_2010.jpg The W3C (news, site) has certainly been busy as of late. Many are only focusing on the standards monstrosity HTML 5, which includes more than 100 specifications, but the international standards organization has been doing a lot more.

RIM Acquires Social Calendaring App Tungle.me

Research In Motion (news, site) has broken out the old corporate credit card again. In a somewhat secret deal, Research In Motion (RIM), producers of the business mobile giant, BlackBerry, has acquired the Web 2.0 social calendar application Tungle.me -- a fellow Canadian company -- for an undisclosed sum. This follows acquisitions of Gist and Tiny Hippos in February and March.

Sony Launching Stylish Android 3.0 Tablets to Battle iPad, RIM's PlayBook

sony_logo_2011.jpgSony (news, site) is throwing its weight into the tablet war, all set to battle Apple and others this fall with a distinguished pair of sleek home tablet devices.

PlayBook Gets IBM Support On Launch, Slated by the Press

blackberry_logo_2011.jpgRIM's (news, site) new PlayBook is getting a rough ride at its launch, but has software backing from IBM to appeal to those vital enterprise users.

RIM Ensures HTML 5 Happiness with TinyHippos Purchase

blackberry_logo_2011.jpgRIM (news, site) aims to ensure that its BlackBerry phones and upcoming PlayBook have top-notch apps by picking up tinyHippos, whose testing suite will help offer quality HTML 5 experiences.

RIM PlayBook: Reigniting Blackberry's Fire or Just Dying Embers?

BlackBerry PlayBook.pngRIM (news, site) prepares to launch its PlayBook in an enterprise environment that is changing by the day. Has it got the power and backing to halt Blackberry's apparent decline?

A Quick Review of Gist, Social Contact Management

CRM no longer simply involves an address book or phone list. Social mediums are blurring professional and personal lives. Managing your contacts, conversations and communities will require a more powerful solution than just your email inbox and smartphone contact list. You're no longer even limited to a desktop computer or browser with today's mobile-oriented tools. I tried out Gist recently and got a pleasant experience using the service via Web and mobile.

RIM Hopes to Boost Upcoming Tablet with Office 365 Integration

As Research in Motion (RIM) tries to find new markets and a competitive edge for its soon-to-be-released tablet PlayBook, the company has announced a partnership with Microsoft that will enable it to offer Office 365 services.

Mobile Enterprise: Mobile Will Be Huge

This year, we’ve talked about the mobile enterprise (it is the name of the column, after all). And though we’ve talked a lot about the importance of mobile compatibility from a business perspective, we haven’t talked much about how to go about making mobile websites compatible with mobile devices.

Mobile Enterprise: RIM CEO Says We Don't Need Smartphone Apps

This week, the mobile enterprise awards Mobile Retailer of the Year, RIM's CEO challenges the future of mobile apps and AT&T has the fastest 3G.

Archiving Everything is Not Information Governance Sanity

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The amount of information building in organizations today forces us to put in place smart information governance policies. Simply archiving everything is not a feasible or an intelligent plan.

One of the biggest information governance drivers today is eDiscovery. With eDiscovery pressures management now has the ability to create a solid business case for refining information governance practices: reducing the volume of records flowing into eDiscovery systems translates into real cost savings.

But creating an information governance plan is no easy task. Consider for starters that most of the involved groups don't typically talk to one another.

Enterprise CMS and Information Management firm Open Text, along with Forrester Research Senior Analyst Brian Hill, is holding a mock eDiscovery meeting on November 16th at 2pm Eastern time. The event will bring together key players from IT, legal, Records & Information Management and the executive team to hash through strategies for meeting requirements while reducing current pains.

Along with a discussion about the current state of information management, this light-hearted session will examine many of the serious issues organizations face when trying to manage the mounds of information they're responsible for. 

This event is designed to help you understand the concerns of different groups and provide solid guidance for creating an information governance strategy that works for your organization.

The bottom line message is that it's time to get smarter -- stop archiving everything and utilize the proven business case to support a more discerning governance strategy. Reserve your seat for this session and learn how to take the next steps towards governance sanity.

Android, iPad are Biting into iPhone's Mobile App Market

millennial-media-logo.gifMillennial Media collaborating with DIGIDAY and Stifel Nicolaus has released its third quarter survey of over 500 developers, publishers & advertisers within the mobile marketplace. The State of the Apps: Industry Snapshot reveals how the three are looking at the different platforms for this year and next.

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