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Gartner Says Organizations Need to Master Two Dimensions of Mobility
"The future of mobile will provide ubiquitous services delivered anywhere, by any person or thing, to any person or thing," said David Willis vice president and distinguished analyst at Gartner.
Enercare launches industry first mobile app for customers

New Mobile App Connects Clients with Qualified Caregivers On Demand

K-Mobile Welcomes Mayor Bonnie Crombie to Open First Mississauga Store

IBM Expands Global Footprint for Mobile Security and Management via the Cloud
IBM announced an expansion of its global footprint for delivering mobile security-as-service via the IBM Cloud.
The Weather Network launches DoubleClick Dynamic Ad Insertion for Android TV app

Hitlab, through its partnership with the Boston Red Sox, is in search for the next Fenway Park National Anthem Performer through a mobile app called CAN U SING

Aurora Launches First Mobile App for Legal Medical Marijuana

Samsung Canada Is Working with Health Canada Regarding The Recall of the Samsung Galaxy Note7


Including Breakthrough New Camera Systems, the Best Battery Life Ever in an iPhone and Water & Dust Resistance
Nintendo Shares Soar After Super Mario Mobile Game Revealed
Shares in Nintendo have surged by as much as 18% in Japan following the surprise announcement of a Super Mario game for mobile users.
Corus Entertainment Revamps its Treehouse App

Samsung Recalls Galaxy Note 7 After Battery Explosions

Roger 2.0 turns your phone into a walkie-talkie with push-to-talk TalkHeads
Roger, the app best described as a blend of walkie-talkies and Snapchat, has unveiled version 2.0.  
Clutch Identifies Top Mobile Application Developers in Australia, Canada, and the United Kingdom

Nokia malware report shows surge in mobile device infections in 2016

Superhuman assistant changing how vets treat man best friends
When Rover goes to the vet feeling poorly, his problem often has to be diagnosed using a lot of guesswork and intuition.
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.
How young is too young for a smartphone? We asked the experts

Sony In-Car Audio Takes the Driver Seat with Smartphone Connectivity
Sony Electronics announced its new XAV-AX100 in-car audio system.
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