Apple surges, Android stalls in enterprise activations

Apple’s iOS devices, including iPhones and iPads, are increasingly being bought for use in companies. They now account for 65 percent of all devices activated for enterprise use after discounting activations of Research in Motion’s BlackBerry enterprise phones, according to a report by Good Technology.

The search for the best business smartphone to buy right now

The fall of 2010 is shaping up as a wonderful time to buy a smartphone for work — but if you’re not quite sure what you’re looking for, it can also be a particularly confusing time. It used to be a simple matter of picking up the latest BlackBerry. Now business users can safely choose the iPhone or any number of Android devices.

Verizon to bring live TV to iPad, video-on-demand to PCs and mobile devices

Verizon today showed off its attempt at a TV Everywhere offering — which would allow subscribers to its internet/TV/phone bundle service FiOS to access content on screens other than their televisions. It’s working on both an iPad application that would let users view live TV and a video-on-demand (VOD) offering for computers and mobile devices, reports NewTeeVee.

Droid X versus iPhone 4

Apple’s next challenger is here. The Motorola Droid X that Verizon planned to announce next week turned up on Engadget today. How does the next Android superphone stack up to a new iPhone?