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  1. BlackBerry Users Can Now Retract Messages for Free

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    This week, BlackBerry announced a new feature that many users may love. Want more privacy when you send messages? Users of iOS®, Android™ and BlackBerry® smartphones can now take advantage of enhanced privacy and control features that allow them to take control over the messages and content...
  2. Sony Xperia M4 Aqua to Be Released Mid-June

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    Sony today announced that the Xperia M4 Aqua will be launching in Canada in mid-June. The mid-range smartphone will be available in black or white on Bell, Virgin Mobile, Fido, Videotron and Wind Mobile. The phone features a sleek design and comes equipped with Android Lollipop, a 5” HD...
  3. Uberflip Marketing Data Shows Social Media Content Thriving, Email Dying

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    Digital content marketing firm, Uberflip released recent usage data indicating continued strength in social media consumption and rapid decrease in email distribution. The Toronto-based digital publisher compared data from February 2010 through February 2013 using Google Analytics and their...
  4. Rogers Expands Mobile Payment Service to Android and BlackBerry 10

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    Rogers suretap mobile payment system will now support Android smartphones and new BlackBerry 10 handsets. The suretap solution, launched in November 2012, allows you to store an existing credit card on the secure SIM Card in your NFC-enabled device to make mobile payments. Additionally, suretap...
  5. AOL Canada Launches New Video Service

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    AOL has just introduced a new video platform in Canada. The new service, AOL On, will deliver curated News, Entertainment, Style, Health, Autos, Business and Technology content across multiple digital platforms including desktop, tablet, mobile, mobile apps and connected TVs. The AOL On video...
  6. IDC: Android Dominating Smartphone Market

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    Research firm IDC reports that Google's Android platform is extending its dominance in the smartphone market worldwide. iPhone owners under the delusion that they were in the majority, are in fact now in the minority by a margin of 4:1. IDC reports that there were four Android phones for every...