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Race to dominate market is beginning to look like it could hinge on one thing: pricing shifts
Companies are betting that your mobile device can fill in the information gap at brick-and-mortar stores and collect enough marketing data to create personalized experiences
The perception that Canadians pay too much for wireless is wrong and invites bad policy
As the low-cost segment of the smartphone market surges, and the ability to continue upgrading high-end smartphones diminishes, the era of record-breaking profits in the smartphone industry is under threat. A look at the strategies of the industry's biggest players offers a glimpse into how they’ll fare in the new world of commodity smartphones.
Banks, wireless companies and payments processors are staking their claims on transactions made with smartphones