Profile of Fritz NelsonVice President, Editorial Director InformationWeek Business Technology Network
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Fritz Nelson is a former senior VP and editorial director of the InformationWeek Business Technology Network.
Articles by Fritz Nelson
posted in July 2011
BlackBerry Messenger 6.0 turns the popular app from an IM service into a social platform, with benefits for BlackBerry app developers.
Redmond cashes in on Linux licenses, while Mozilla creates a new open source mobile operating system.
BlackBerry-maker slashes 10% of workforce. But bigger problems loom: Has RIM missed the application boat?
Still trying to ignore consumer IT in the enterprise? This week's news should make you wake up.
Lenovo joins the growing ranks of combatants trying to beat Apple's iPad 2. Before you pledge allegiance to any one tablet, consider these key questions.
Apple's bubble does not look to burst anytime soon, although the tablet rivals just keep trying.
Lenovo jumps into the tablet wars with Android and Windows 7 devices--hearty competitors with a few special features.
Lenovo's 3 new tablets square off against Apple iPad 2, Samsung Galaxy Tab, HP TouchPad, and other top contenders.
Google (and its Android OS) has become the monkey in the middle of IP fights involving Apple, Microsoft and Oracle.
Google's success with consumers should cause businesses to take note. Android, Chromebook, and Google+ all have potential to disrupt enterprise IT, and possibly in very good ways.
The updated Lion operating system and new business app store represent significant advances in Apple's enterprise strategy.
One announcement and one hint of an announcement show two once-dominant vendors scrambling.
Android rides on Atlantis, Microsoft nabs mobile money, and we reintroduce an old tech friend--BYTE.