FierceMobileContent is now part of FierceMobileIT.

FierceMobileContent has merged with its sister publication, FierceMobileIT. The new publication will retain the FierceMobileIT name, but its coverage will expand to focus on enterprise app development and deployment.

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Mobile users are willing to pay more for in-app features than mobile apps

Mobile users are more likely to spend more on in-app purchases than pay outright for a mobile app, according to a new online survey by Gartner.

Spotlight: Twilio teams with T-Mobile to launch Programmable Wireless

Twilio teamed with T-Mobile to launch Programmable Wireless, a SIM-based service that eanbles developers to build full-featured cellular services, reported TechCrunch.

What businesses need to consider when pushing mobile messages to customers

Customers have no hesitation in opting out of useless mobile messages from companies, and most do. Digital business professionals need to reevaluate their mobile messaging efforts if they want to engage customers, according to a new report by Forrester Research.

Microsoft is working on an answer to Google Assistant called 'Bing Concierge Bot'

Microsoft is working on a "Bing Concierge Bot," a digital assistant similar to the newly announced Google Assistant, according to a job posting flagged by Mary Jo Foley with ZDNet.

Reserve unveils table management system, website for restaurants

Reserve unveiled Tuesday new tools, both mobile and PC based, to enable restaurants to manage customer preferences and reservations more efficiently.

Retail's Wi-Fi indoor analytics installations jumped 400% last year

Total Wi-Fi indoor analytics installations in retail were up almost 400 percent year over year in 2015, according to the latest stats from ABI.

New digital assistant Viv coming next week could beat out Siri, Cortana

Next week, a new digital assistant launches – and it's supposed to be the most powerful yet. It's called Viv, and it's been in the making for four years, according to an article at the Washington Post.

Spotlight: Issuu launched collaboration platform for publishing teams

Digital publishing company Issuu is launching a collaboration platform called Collaborate to enable teams to work better together creating content, reported TechCrunch.

Apple to pony up $25M to settle Siri patent lawsuit

Apple has settled a patent lawsuit related to its Siri digital assistant, agreeing to pay up $24.9 million to Dallas-based Dynamic Advances, which licenses the technology in dispute from Rensselear Polytechnic Institute.

Asset tracking, industrial applications key to Bluvision's top ranking in BLE vendor market

Bluvision was named as the leader among 24 Bluetooth low energy beacon vendors, based in part on its support for asset tracking and industrial applications, according to a competitive market analysis by ABI Research.