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Mobile Minutes: Building 3D Touch; Twitter highlights; RadiumOne scandal; Journalists on Facebook

September 11, 2015

Screen Shot 2015-09-10 at 4.40.18 PMHow Apple built 3D Touch
Apple has made many things over the years, but its process has remained essentially the same: Find something ugly and complicated and make it prettier and easier.
Read more on Bloomberg

Twitter experimenting with highlights
Twitter is experimenting with new features on the Web that highlight recent activity such as mentions from prominent people, part of an ongoing effort to make the social media service more user friendly and increase engagement.
Read more on USA Today

RadiumOne worked to save IPO amid scandal
A venture capitalist with political ties sought to help Silicon Valley entrepreneur Gurbaksh Chahal “do whatever it takes” to resolve a domestic-violence case so that a planned initial public offering could move forward, according to documents reviewed by The Wall Street Journal.
Read more on the Wall Street Journal

Journalists can now broadcast live over Facebook
Facebook wants more journalists to use its platform as their distribution channel of choice. Now the company is giving reporters a new tool: the ability to stream live on Facebook itself.
Read more on Wired



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