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Mobile Minutes: Apple and competitors’ wearables; Alibaba invests in Snapchat; PlayStation Mobile; Samsung Gear apps

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March 13, 2015

watch outApple expels more wearables from store to make room for Apple Watch next month
In a report from Re/code, Apple has stopped selling the Jawbone Up and Nike+ FuelBand. An attempt to find the two fitness trackers on the West Coast as well as in New York came up short for the tech news site.
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Snapchat is raising money from Alibaba at a $15 billion valuation
Alibaba Group Holding Ltd. plans to invest in Snapchat Inc., the mobile application for sending disappearing photos, at a valuation of $15 billion, people familiar with the situation said.
Read more on Bloomberg

Game over for PlayStation Mobile on July 15
PlayStation Mobile will stop distributing content after July 15, Sony announced on its support forums on Tuesday. In-app purchases and the re-downloading of purchased content will cease after September 10, the company said.
Read more on CNET

Samsung Gear watch apps to play on the go
Samsung has released six smartwatches in over a year. The latest one, the Samsung Gear S, allows you to make calls without your smartphone.
Read more on Wall Street Journal

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