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Google I/O 2016: What You Need to Know

 Google I/O wrapped up last week, and it didn’t disappoint. The Google team introduced a number of improvements to existing tools and platforms, as well as many new initiatives that will help accelerate development, reach and engage users, and build mobile products more efficiently. These...

Clearbridge Wins Two Davey Awards

 Our primary goal at Clearbridge is to deliver solutions that delight clients and solve their problems. Gaining industry recognition for the work we do is just icing on the cake. And this year, there’s been a lot of it. We’re excited to announce that Clearbridge...

Clearbridge Wins Three W3 Awards

 We’ve had a strong presence in major awards competitions and industry accolades this year, including the Webby Awards, Creativity International Awards, and Clutch's Top Mobile Developers Canada 2015. We’re excited to announce that we can add to that list, recently scoring three W3 Awards for...

Clearbridge Mobile App Honored in the 19th Annual Webby Awards

 Toronto, ON, Canada (via PRWEB) April 20, 2015 Clearbridge Mobile, an award-winning mobile app design, and development studio, announced today that its We365 Social Mobile App for Free The Children has been selected as an Official Honoree in the 19th Annual Webby Awards in the Mobile:...

Clearbridge CTO Sanjay Malhotra featured in RFID World Canada

 Yesterday, Clearbridge's CTO Sanjay Malhotra was featured in RFID World Canada, talking to the publication about breaking ground in NFC/HCE mobile payments technology, the security challenges associated with building such platforms, and the future of the mobile payments industry in general. Read the full interview below: This...

Think Beacons are only for Retail? Think Again.

 There has been a lot of talk about the Retail industry being revitalized by beacons. Beacon use cases for in-store journey mapping, and instant promotions have been displayed by retailers such as Macy’s and The Apple Store. The following industries have found unique ways to...