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Mobile Minutes: Apple’s secret watch lab; Imgur app; FDA’s drug shortage app; Toronto’s parking payment app

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March 9, 2015

iwatchApple’s secret lab lets Facebook fine-tune apps before the Watch’s debut
In a lab shut off from communication with the outside world and where visitors can’t bring in a pad of paper, let alone a phone, Apple Inc. has given some companies special early access to Apple Watch.
Read more on Bloomberg

The most addictive site on the Internet is coming to your iPhone
Imgur is launching a new app on Thursday that redesigns image and GIF browsing for your iPhone, The Verge reports. It’s not Imgur’s first mobile app, but this is the one the website is banking on getting off the ground.
Read more on TIME

FDA launches drug shortages mobile app
Today, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration launched the agency’s first mobile application (app) specifically designed to speed public access to valuable information about drug shortages.
Read more on FDA

Smartphone app offers a way to pay for parking, even far away
People who pay for all kinds of things with their smartphones can now add to that list parking in Toronto’s outdoor Green P lots. The city-owned Toronto Parking Authority has unveiled a free app that, by the end of spring, drivers will be able to use to pay for parking at all outdoor Green P lots currently using “pay and display” machines.
Read more on The Star

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