Profile of Robert Strohmeyer
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Articles by Robert Strohmeyer
Microsoft, Apple, and Google are being sued over location-tracking practices. Isn't it time for a location privacy bill of rights?
Another Apple employee has reportedly lost yet another iPhone prototype in a California bar.
AT&T's planned acquisition of T-Mobile has met with some fierce resistance, now DOJ antitrust complaint could leave deal dead in the water.
Much-needed security feature gives Google Apps business customers more control. Here's advice on how to use it.
Forrester says that an Amazon tablet will pose a credible threat to the iPad. Here's a look at the reasons why.
Rory Read steps to the helm as the chipmaker confronts serious trouble in the turbulent mobile processor market.
As Hurricane Irene makes her way up the East Coast, these essential mobile apps for iOS and Android can give you peace of mind--and critical information.
Leadership guru Carmine Gallo offers tips from the Apple CEO transition that your enterprise would be wise to learn.
With the expected launch of the iPhone 5 this fall, will all major US carriers offer iOS phones?
Mobile-watchers debate the merits of a sale to Google, Microsoft, or Samsung. Or does RIM need a buyout at all?
A source in Apple's Asia supply chain has leaked info about an "absolutely different" Mac coming by year end. Here are a few changes that we'd like to see.
Is that person in your circle really who they say they are? Google+ can now tell you.
Apple is moving aggressively to shut down stores in the U.S. moving fake iPod, iPad, and iPhone accessories bearing the company's logo.
AT&T is forcing new wireless customers to choose between an unlimited text messaging plan and a 20-cent per-message rate.
As Linux turns 20, we look back on key moments for the OS that started as a school project and became a major force in technology.
Apple, Google, and Microsoft are taking renewed heat over smartphone location tracking, but the topic is fraught with misunderstanding. Keep these points in mind.
Firefox 6 has officially launched. Here are the six most important things you should know about the latest Mozilla browser.
A law firm seeks to block AT&T's merger with T-Mobile by calling on AT&T customers to seek arbitration. Here's a look at the top merger worries.
Cloud-based management system provides backup and restoration, remote locking and wiping, and find-my-phone features. Here's why it's sized right.
Does the new look for Gmail, Calendar, and Docs mean Google's business users will soon get access to profiles and Google+?
Amazon's Kindle Cloud Reader will bypass app stores to bring ebooks to desktop and mobile browsers. Here are early impressions from a try-out on Chrome, Safari, and the iPad.
Apple and five book publishers sued by consumers for alleged price fixing. How much does an ebook really cost to produce, and why are they still so expensive?
Facebook's free IM app for iPhone and Android has already won many downloads--but that doesn't mean it's a smart choice.
Apple has released a beta of the mobile OS to its developer community. Here's a look at the significant changes.
Google's open-door app policy offers users choice as well as some risks. Curated markets from reputable companies offer added protection against malicious apps.
A new, optional Gmail layout lets users view the content of messages in a preview pane reminiscent of Microsoft Outlook. Learn how to enable the feature and what it can do.
As iOS and Android duke it out for smartphone supremacy, Research in Motion appears rudderless. Here is why businesses would lose out if RIM fails.
Nearly a third of Android users will fall prey to mobile security threats this year. Here's a look at some of the worst Android malware attacks we've seen so far.
After close inspection of the so-called Trojan, Symantec security researchers find it's not all it was cracked up to be.
American Express's Serve mobile payment technology hits Verizon phones this fall, taking on rival Google Wallet.
A new Android Trojan reminds us of the growing threat to mobile devices. Follow these five simple security tips to protect your smartphones and tablets from mobile malware.
Former Intel executive Dave Mooring's new company pushes wearable tech. Are you ready for an Android wrist computer with micro apps?
Adobe's new web authoring tool, Edge, embraces HTML5 as an emerging standard. But does it signal the death of Flash?
Top 5% of mobile broadband users will see wireless data speeds reduced beginning October 1.