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Mobile Minutes: Cost of mobile convenience; Reddit borrows from Netflix; YouTube’s VR plan; Bitcoin frenzy redux

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November 6, 2015

Screen Shot 2015-11-05 at 1.01.58 PMThe high price of delivery app convenience
When Emily Yang, a San Francisco tech worker, is running out of cat food, she taps an app called Instacart to order a new bag of kibble to be delivered to her door within hours.
Read more on New York Times

Say hi to Reddit, the budding Netflix wannabe
A cuddlier, friendlier Reddit is taking a page out of the Netflix script.
Read more on CNET

YouTube’s grand plan to make VR accessible to everybody
It’s a rare sunny day in Seattle, Washington, and I’m standing in the grass outside a nondescript office building with engineers in hoodies strolling nearby. One of them, weirdly, is riding a unicycle.
Read more on Wired

Bitcoin frenzy back as epic bust fades
The bitcoin casino is open again. The price of the digital currency has climbed as much as 50 percent this week, re-creating scenes from a manic 2013 run that took it from $13 to a high of $1,100 before it crashed.
Read more on The Wall Street Journal

 

 

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