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Headlines for Wireless
FISO Technologies Launches a New OEM Signal Conditioner

BlackBerry Wins Three Prestigious Red Dot Awards for Product Design
BlackBerry Limited, a global leader in mobile communications, earned three acclaimed Red Dot Awards for the high design quality of its BlackBerry Q10, BlackBerry Q5 and BlackBerry Z30 smartphones.
Microsoft Devices Group expands affordable smartphone portfolio with the Nokia X2
Delivers compelling introduction to second-generation devices and software platform.
TP-LINK Canada Announces Future Proof AC Wireless Router

Introducing Fire, the First Smartphone Designed by Amazon
Fire is available exclusively on AT&T, the nation’s most reliable 4G LTE network
Sony Canada Adds Two Portable Bluetooth Wireless Speakers to its Line-up

Canada relaxes restrictions on mobile devices in flight
Canada, following the lead of the United States and the European Union, on Monday relaxed official restrictions on using mobile devices in flight while maintaining a ban on transmitting information.
Rogers launches easier international travel packs for customers heading overseas
International travellers can now get one pack that lets them use data, text and voice or a new data-only rate for $9.99 per day
TP-LINK Canada Introduces 300 Mbps Wireless Range Extender AV500 Powerline Kit

Salsita Software Brings Browser Extensions to iPhone with Kitt, an Innovative New Mobile Web Browser
Kitt enables iPhone users around the world to use popular extensions like ad blockers, password managers, webpage clippers and many more.  
Are you addicted to your mobile device?
Worldwide, there were 176 million mobile addicts in March, up from 79 million a year ago -- an increase of 123 percent, according to Flurry Analytics.
IBM Fuels Next Wave of Mobile Apps for the Enterprise
IBM announced a significant expansion of its IBM MobileFirst Application Development portfolio, new industry-specific IBM Ready Apps, and the opening of 18 new IBM MobileFirst studios around the world to help business leaders accelerate mobile initiatives.
Microsoft, Nokia Devices and Services business aim to remake mobile market
The completion of the Nokia Devices and Services business acquisition April 25 will enable Microsoft to accelerate its share of smartphones and feature phones in developed and emerging markets, and increase its role as a devices and services company.
AmpIt! Increases Speed of Apple iPhone and iPad Apps Up to 50%
Software Physics, Inc. introduces new app that instantly speeds and enhances overall performance of iOS apps.
Xform Computing Announces World First Dual-Screen Streaming Cloud Desktop for iPad and iPhone, Using Apple TV

New app enables farmers to share input prices

RelayRides Unveils Souped-Up Mobile App for Travelers Ahead of Peak Season
New marketplace focus leads to 3x revenue growth in past year; App in top 50 travel apps  
Rogers launches easier international travel packs for customers heading overseas
International travellers can now get one pack that lets them use data, text and voice or a new data-only rate for $9.99 per day
MobRetail Increases Mobile’s Influence On In-Store Sales
Performance-based mobile advertising platform MobPartner, today launched MobRetail Tracking Platform, a new mobile technology allowing retailers to accurately measure how mobile influences in-store sales and traffic.
Rogers customers can change the way they pay with the launch of the suretap wallet
Customers can now leave their cash at home and use their smartphones to make everyday purchases
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