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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.
GarageBand and Logic Pro X Music Apps Get Major Updates

Smooth Commerce Accelerates Speed of Mobile App Registration to Enhance mCommerce Experience

Gartner Says That 20 Percent of Organizations Will Use Smartphones in Place of Traditional Physical Access Cards By 2020
In 2016, less than 5 percent of organizations used smartphones to enable access to offices and other premises.
IBM and Bell Transform Enterprise Mobility in Canada
IBM MobileFirst for iOS apps offered by Bell and IBM to Canadian businesses
App Store Shatters Records on New Year Day

Gartner Says by 2019, 20 Percent of User Interactions With Smartphones Will Take Place via VPAs

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

All Toronto Streets Now Ready for Mobile Pay Through the Green P App

dubdub Expands dubcandy App into Android Market, Reaching Nearly 90 Percent of Smartphone Users Worldwide

Microsoft empowers new development opportunities in mixed reality, gaming and cellular PCs
Microsoft Corp. announced new opportunities for global partners to innovate with Windows 10.
IBM Launches New Bluemix Services with GitHub and Slack Integration to Speed App Development in the Cloud
New cloud services provide developers with one hub to easily access, construct, and scale preconfigured toolchains across the enterprise, designed to reduce time to value
dubdub Launches dubcandy, First App to Allow Influencers and Businesses to Earn Revenue from Shoppable Videos

Gartner Survey Shows That Mobile Device Adoption in the Workplace Is Not Yet Mature
Employees Rely Largely on Personally Owned Mobile Devices in the Workplace
Gartner Survey Shows That Mobile Device Adoption in the Workplace Is Not Yet Mature
Desktop PCs Are Still the Most Popular Corporate Device in Businesses
American Express Launches New Mobile Capability

MOPOLO Smartphone App To Offer Free Credit Score and Property Evaluation With Its New TRACKERS Update