Some of the applications work, but the software isn't nearly tested or cross-compliant enough to be commercially adaptable. I wouldn't be surprised if corporatations are able to develop spyware to install onto cell phones though, and yes it could work.
Yes it most definately does work and it's fast becoming big business especially since it now does actually work and isn't as hit and miss as it was a little while ago.
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