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Mobile Minutes: Apple Stores; Snapchat considers algorithm; Netflix launches Fast.com; YouTube’s VR plans

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May 20, 2016

27406Apple Stores get major makeover
One of the most successful stores in the history of retail is getting a major makeover.
Read more on USA Today

Snapchat could be the next social app that is run by an algorithm
Algorithmic filtering has been in the news lately, after reports that Facebook routinely fiddles with the site’s Trending Topics, and makes editorial judgements about what to include or exclude.
Read more on Fortune

Netflix launches Fast.com to help customers check their Internet speed
The online streaming service announced on Wednesday that it was launching Fast.com – a tool to help customers monitor their download speeds anywhere in the world.
Read more on CNN

YouTube’s plans for virtual reality: A dedicated app, content partnerships and 360-degree video ads
As Google is working on the future of virtual reality, YouTube is along for the ride. The Google-owned video site announced plans for its own virtual reality app Thursday, which will be available on Daydream-powered mobile VR devices once they become available later this year.
Read more on Variety

 

 

 

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