The company hopes to make mobile videoconferencing easier for businesses through an application for the iPad and Android tablets.
Microsoft's mission to connect its consumer and business communications services is running later than many expected, according to the latest Lync road map.
Two more consumer-electronics firms pony up to get rights to Microsoft's patents covering devices running Chrome and Android.
Cisco holds up well during the third quarter in "a cautious IT spending environment," avoiding the shortfalls rivals have faced.
Exclusive integration "could lock-in businesses who want to reach Skype's 700 million account holders," says Cisco, which has appealed the European Commission's OK of the merger.
Joint venture announced Monday is designed to compete with Cisco after its recent acquisition of Tandberg and bring companies inexpensive video-conferencing services.
Polycom dives into videoconferencing on tablets, Asus unveils a new line of Ultrabooks, Twitter to get "tweet" trademark, and Facebook launches an iPad app -- finally.
Polycom dives into videoconferencing on tablets, Asus unveils a new line of Ultrabooks, Twitter to get "tweet" trademark, and Facebook launches an iPad app--finally.
This year's fall CTIA confab was a showcase for programs and services that should help companies let their employees use their personal devices for work.
Yet another fall edition of CTIA is over, and Android rules the roost once again. We saw AT&T let loose a few phones with the green robot OS, took a closer hands-on look at the latest shiny phones, and even played with a tablet or two.