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.
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Paytm Canada App now available for bill payments
Gartner Positions Infosys as a Leader in Magic Quadrant for Oracle Application Services
WhatsApp users could soon buy Prada, Versace and other luxury goods through the app
Mobile Apps Increasingly Viewed by Small Businesses as a Best Practice for Serving Customers
Ubisoft Acquires Mobile Game Growtopia
Facebook video app is now available on Apple TV, Samsung Smart TVs
You can now tune into Facebook videos from your friends and global live broadcasts on Apple TV.
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
Global Mobile Launches DEWALT MD501 Rugged Android Smartphone in Canadian Market
First Global Launches iPhone Vpayqwik App and Approves New Stock Option Plan
#Plan2017 Like an Olympian: Olympians Help You Plan a Healthy Day in iOS App Owaves
IBM and Bell Transform Enterprise Mobility in Canada
Scotiabank Provides Digital Banking Update
Medcan to bring health technology to employers across Canada
Australian Open And IBM Analytics Bring Insights To The Tennis Court
IBM and Tennis Australia today announced new digital capabilities that are further enhancing the fan experience at the Australian Open 2017.
Put an emoji on it: Study finds popular symbols can boost app downloads
Gartner Survey Finds That Most Smartphone Users Spend Nothing on Apps
But Spending on In-App Transactions Continues to Grow
Bell Lets Talk debuts new 24/7 mental health service: SendOutSupport
Samsung Finally Explains Galaxy Note7 Fires, Delays Galaxy S8
After five months of "unprecedented" testing, Samsung yesterday revealed why batteries in its failed Galaxy Note 7 smartphone were prone to overheating and fires.