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Mobile Minutes: IPhone 6s’s dual-lens camera; Twitter may buy ZipDial; $90 Tizens in India; Pet wearables

January 15, 2015

Today in mobile marketing – IPhone 6s report promises new dual-lens camera with optical zoom; Twitter in talks to buy Indian mobile tech startup ZipDial; Samsung starts sales of $90 Tizen smartphone in India; Wearable technology going to the cats and dogs.

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Mobile Minutes: Facebook’s Amber Alerts; Apple’s iPhone patents; Windows 10 mobile app; Uber offers trip data

January 14, 2015

Today in mobile marketing – Facebook launches Amber Alerts to help find missing children; Apple patents crazy new iPhone designs; Windows Mobile 10 pre-release OS updates expected to be available through Phone Insider app; Uber offers trip data to cities, starting in Boston.

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Mobile Minutes: Apple Watch apps; Spotify subscribers; BlackBerry’s IoT strategy; mobile at work

January 13, 2015

Today in mobile marketing – Slick, useful apps put the wow in Apple Watch; Spotify tops 15 million paid subscribers; A look at BlackBerry’s Internet of Things strategy; 4 data-backed reasons to use mobile in the workplace.

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Mobile Minutes: Apple’s SIM-free iPhones; Facebook buys QuickFire; Record app sales; Private car ban on Uber in China

January 12, 2015

Today in mobile marketing – Apple starts selling SIM-free iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus; Facebook acquires video compression startup QuickFire; Apple: First-week app sales in January set new record; China bans private drivers on ride-hailing apps.

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Oscars’ social media spend jumps 82pc in bid for younger viewers – Mobile Marketer

January 12, 2015

Mobile Marketer today – Oscars’ social media spend jumps 82pc in bid for younger viewers; Dodge Viper’s mobile customization option gives brand upscale cache.

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Mobile Minutes: Samsung’s profit decline; Pandora looks to wearables; Hike app buys Zip Phone; Social alarm clock app

January 9, 2015

Today in mobile marketing – Samsung Electronics tips first annual profit fall in three years; Next up for Pandora: wearables and autos; Indian app Hike buys U.S. startup Zip Phone; App lets you wake up with a stranger.

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Mobile Minutes: Facebook buys Wit.ai; AT&T’s rollover plan; Xiaomi tests Indian market; Android app stops spies

January 8, 2015

Today in mobile marketing – Facebook buying speech-recognition developer Wit.ai; AT&T launches rollover data plan; China’s Xiaomi tests selling phones in stores to pep up India sales; Android app stops smartphone spies.

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Mobile Minutes: Verizon and AOL mobile videos; Facebook and voice recognition; Added tech for cars; Mental health apps

January 7, 2015

Today in mobile marketing – Verizon approaches AOL on potential deal: report; Facebook acquires voice recognition firm; Drivers would pay up to $1,499 for added tech, study says; Can a smartphone tell if you’re depressed?

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Mobile Minutes: GM’s connected car; Intel’s facial recognition app; Ebola survivors’ app; Little Leagues go digital

January 6, 2015

Today in mobile marketing – General Motors unveils new connected car features; Intel unveils app that opens sites with user’s face; Ebola survivors in West Africa to share stories via mobile app, to help fight stigma; Little Leagues go high-tech as busy parents turn to apps.

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Mobile Minutes: Snapchat raises $486 million; Sony uses BlackBerrys; Tizen and smart TVs; Carmakers learn from tablets

January 5, 2015

Today in mobile marketing – Messaging app Snapchat raises $486 million; Old BlackBerrys came to the rescue after Sony’s systems were hacked; Samsung Electronics says new smart TVs in 2015 to run Tizen platform; Carmakers take a hint from tablets.

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