Maybe BlackBerry Should Focus on Low-End Phones, Become the Hyundai of Mobile

The struggling device maker should focus on producing an affordable, keyboard-equipped phone for the global mass market, says Wedge Partners principal Brian Blair.


Samsung’s Next Challenge: Selling Phones to Businesses

Samsung Electronics Co. is already the world’s biggest seller of smartphones to consumers. But to win more corporate and government clients, the South Korean technology giant has to master a new set of skills — and has to do it quickly.

Enterprise Still Grabbing the iPads Out of Apple’s Hands

BlackBerry’s collapse and Android’s malware struggles have been boons for Apple in the enterprise space.

Cisco Warns That 2014 Is Going to Be a Tough Year

After a tough quarter, analysts are surprised by the negative look ahead.

Dropbox Goes Business Class With New Enterprise Tools

Two Dropboxes in one are better than two Dropboxes.

AllThingsD Week in Review: Twitter’s Product Problem and Ballmer Keeps His Microsoft Shares

The Top 10 stories that powered AllThingsD this week, in one convenient post.

Nutanix Teams With RiceHadleyGates on Global Expansion Push

Growing international business is tricky.

Apple Surpassing Android With Businesses Writing Custom Mobile Apps

Good Technology says that more than 95 percent of custom apps developed by businesses are written for Apple devices, even as Android continues to grow overall.

IBM Profits Beat Expectations, but Sales Fall Short Again

Six quarters in a row for sales declines at Big Blue.

Cisco Checks on the Cloud and Confirms That It’s Getting Bigger

You probably knew that. But did you know how big?

BlackBerry to Gartner: Not Dead Yet!