Cutting-edge technologies are increasingly integrating augmented reality features. Three experts share their visions of where augmented reality is headed.
Hybrid architecture, choose your own device, and unhiding hidden costs and benefits of BYOD will be the mobile trends in 2015, forecasts Gartner.
Android's open system poses risks for customers who don't carefully check the source of their apps. Apple, with its closed ecosystem, is safer.
What's in store for us in the world of mobile in 2015? Here are some predictions – based on what was seen at CES 2015 – to help you prepare.
CES is always an exciting time for tech enthusiasts. But, it's much more than a gadget showcase; it shows us where technology is headed in the future.
The hype at CES 2015 swirled around mobile and wearables – an implication of what consumers want as they work and live untethered from their desks.
Check out these technologies that are coming together for virtual reality to come to life – all of which are gaining momentum quickly.
Creating an app can be expensive. Before you talk to a developer, ask yourself these questions to figure out what you want the app to do and look.
In 2015, wearable devices will need to improve on this limited cataloging ability and actually show us how we can improve our lives in a meaningful way.
2014 was a monster year for mobile, and 2015 could be even bigger. Here are our six predictions for the year ahead in mobile.