Mobile technology is changing by the minute; sometimes you just can’t catch it all. Here’s what you might have missed this week:
Google Glass became available to everyone last week and promptly sold out, ZDNet reports.
Though business use was never part of Steve Jobs’ blueprint, enterprise apps are important to Apple’s strategy, as was made clear in a recent quarterly earnings call.
Tech giants like Cisco, Microsoft and VMware have united behind critical open-source projects to help prevent future vulnerabilities.
NetWorld magazine’s Polish edition has honored AirWatch as a NetWorld Product of the Year 2014. Products of the year are outstanding in terms of performance, functionality, innovation and profitability, according to the magazine.
The Lenovo Yoga 10 HD+ is now available for pre-order for $369. Like your favorite bicycle, the tablet supports itself with a kickstand when you’re not holding it up.
By the year’s end, a Bluetooth upgrade will connect devices directly to the cloud, CIO.com reports. The current protocol has a connectivity limit of just 30 meters.
Microsoft’s acquisition of Nokia’s device business became official Friday, a union which PC World says “changes everything.”
Guess who’s back? The CIO, according to GigaOM. (Although we’re not sure they were ever really gone.)
Have a great week, everyone!