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Bixby: A New Way to Interact with Your Phone
Technology is supposed to make life easier, but as the capabilities of machines such as smartphones, PCs, home appliances and IoT devices become more diverse, the interfaces on these devices are becoming too complicated for users to take advantage of many of these functions conveniently.
BlackBerry returns with 3 possible new phones in 2017
Chinese maker TCL could make as many as three more BlackBerry phones this year as it builds up the portfolio 
ATB first full-service FI in North America to offer chatbot banking on Facebook Messenger

Wireless, Portable Ultrasound Receives CE Mark Approval

Gartner Survey Finds That Most Smartphone Users Spend Nothing on Apps
But Spending on In-App Transactions Continues to Grow
A Breakthrough in Baby Monitoring Technology

DSP Group teams up with Media5 and MERA to deliver a SoC with a comprehensive platform and telephony SDK

BlackBerry Reports Record GAAP Gross Margin of 67%, Driven by Growth in Software and Services Revenue

More Rogers Wireless customers can Roam Like Ho-Ho-Home this holiday

Freedom Mobile Customers get more Value with Freedom Wi-Fi

Primus Announces Trial of Apivio Liberty L2 Wi-Fi Handset

D-Link to partner with Microsoft to bring Super Wi-Fi to developing regions

Samsung to offer digital assistant service in Galaxy S8

New sponsorship from American Express Canada brings complimentary Wi-Fi to all travellers flying out of Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport

Health Minister Caught Misleading Canadians about Safety of their Wireless Devices

Rogers brings Ignite Gigabit to Neighbourhoods across St John

1 Gig high speed goes rural in Ontario


Including Breakthrough New Camera Systems, the Best Battery Life Ever in an iPhone and Water & Dust Resistance
Canada most powerful home Wi-Fi and the world first fully wireless 4K IPTV service - now available only from Bell Fibe

Kaspersky Lab Study Proves Smartphones Distract Workers and Decrease Productivity
According to a new psychological experiment by the Universities of Würzburg and Nottingham Trent, commissioned by Kaspersky Lab, consumers are 26 percent more productive at work without their smartphones.
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