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Mobile Minutes: Amazon launches Dash; GM acquires Sidecar; Twitter’s latest glitch; Facebook combats extremist posts

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January 20, 2016

Amazon's Dash is now available for Prime users

Amazon’s Dash button is now available for Prime users

Printer, washer automatically order from Amazon
The day your house automatically orders whatever you’re running low on came a step closer Tuesday, with Amazon’ launch of what it calls a “replenishment” service.
Read more on USA Today

GM buys Sidecar’s assets as it preps its own ride-hailing service
Investing a plump $500 million into rival Lyft isn’t the only move General Motors is making against ride-hailing giant Uber: The company has reportedly also bought the remains of recently defunct third-place player Sidecar.
Read more on Fortune

Twitter service interrupted again for some mobile and Web users
Twitter Inc. users worldwide experienced service disruptions Tuesday, the latest in a string of outages since Friday.
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Facebook launches new initiative against online extremism and hate speech
On Monday evening, Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg announced in Berlin the launch of a new campaign against extremist speech on the Internet, called Online Civil Courage Initiative (OCCI).
Read more on Forbes

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