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Mobile Minutes: Apple kills home screen; T-Mobile’s Lollipop update; Uber’s Chinese spend; BlackBerry redesign

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June 11, 2015

home screen 185Apple is going to kill the home screen
With iOS 9, the bulk of interaction will happen elsewhere, dispersed among intelligent notification panels, powerful search tools, and context-specific suggestions that put relevant apps a flick away.
Read more on Wired

Android Lollipop OS update for T-Mobile LG G3 technically approved, rollout imminent
Users of LG’s G3 smartphones, who have subscribed to T-Mobile’s wireless network services in the US, now have lots to cheer about as the highly expected Android 5.0 (Lollipop) OS update is now confirmed to hit the high-end smartphones in the very near future.
Read more on International Business Times

Uber spends heavily to establish itself in China
Uber is spending money at a breakneck rate to crack the China market — even paying its drivers more than the fares they collect.
Read more on New York Times

BlackBerry Passport radically redesigned, still an ugly mess
Going under the pre-release title of the BlackBerry Oslo, the updated Passport retains the key distinguishing feature of BlackBerry Passport, namely the ridiculously large square screen.
Read more on Forbes

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