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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News Scan: Snapchat secures $20M; Aetna shuts down CarePass mHealth app; more

Check out the hottest mobile IT news for Wednesday, Aug. 27, including Snapchat's $20 million boost from an investment firm, Aetna's decision to get rid of the CarePass mHealth app, Intel's reveal of its 3G mini-modem or IoT devices, more mobile messaging service options for the enterprise and the role millennials need mobile to play in their in-car experience.

Railways increasingly use mobile ticketing to speed passenger access

Railways worldwide are increasingly using mobile ticketing--enabling passengers to purchase and board trains using their smartphones and tablets.

FCC modifies rules for mobile medical sensor spectrum

The Federal Communications Commission has modified its rules for allocating wireless spectrum for wearable medical sensors that transmit patient data to a control device. These sensors and control device form what the FCC calls a Medical Body Area Network.

Infographic: Mobility more pervasive, effective than traditional computer use

It is becoming more and more apparent that mobile computing is becoming the most popular and adaptable computing platform. To illustrate this development, mobile site developer ActiveMobi has published an infographic that shows just how much the use of smartphones has permeated the average user's day and what is causing the shift from desktop to mobile computing.

News Scan: Tablet games revenue to triple; Apple to change mobile payments market; more

Check out the hottest mobile IT stories for Aug. 26, including the expected increase in tablet game revenue, what Apple's entrance into mobile payments means for the market, VMware's newest venture, the bipartisan push to ban in-flight calls and what mobile commerce has done for French e-commerce sales.

News Scan: Disney feels the mobile Force; Citrix's enterprise mobility sales surge; more

Check out the hottest mobile IT stories for Friday, Aug. 22, including Disney targeting "midcore" game players with the new Star Wars mobile game, a 100 percent revenue jump in its enterprise mobility business, the enterprise need for flexible IT services fuels custom app development market, automotive BYOD to reach $26.4B in revenue and how the Samsung smartphone has been recommended twice over Apple.

News Scan: eBay to spin off PayPal; Pivotal takes enterprise cloud mobile; more

Check out the hottest mobile IT stories for Aug. 21, including the potential spin off for PayPal, Pivotal's ascension to the cloud, a proposed Android security framework, how music streaming is boosting revenues and what milestone the worldwide radio access network is reaching.

5 hot new enterprise apps: Getting smart with Smartsheet; Lookout app targets IT departments; more

Check out 5 hot new enterprise apps.

Amazon's push into mobile payments could reflect industry trends

Now that Amazon has decided to compete with Square and PayPal in the mobile payments market, does that mean mobile payments, after sputtering for years, is set to take off? Yes, says Alberto Jimenez, director of mobile payments at IBM.

BlackBerry: There's life in the old dog yet

The U.S. Department of Defense announced plans to allow agency officials to use BlackBerry  software to manage Apple- and Android-powered devices across its network. The smartphone  maker launched the proprietary software package, Secure Work Space, in 2013 to stay  competitive in the mobile industry, once again strengthening itself as a secure mobile provider.