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Mobile Minutes: Facebook’s content chief; Google uninstalls apps; Line goes public; Lenovo’s AR phone

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June 13, 2016

Screen Shot 2016-06-10 at 10.50.28 AMFacebook taps CollegeHumor co-founder for content chief post
Ricky Van Veen, co-founder of IAC-owned CollegeHumor, is stepping down to take a job at Facebook in the newly created role of head of global creative strategy.
Read more on Variety

Phone storage almost full? Google tries telling users what apps to delete
Google is testing a feature that tells users which Android apps to uninstall when running low on phone or tablet storage space.
Read more on The Wall Street Journal

Mobile messenger Line to go public in New York, Tokyo
Line Corp., the Japan-based operator of the namesake mobile messenger, will list its shares in New York and Tokyo next month, as the iconic Asian mobile messenger app seeks to expand globally.
Read more on ABC News

Lenovo unveils augmented reality smartphone using Google’s Project Tango
Lenovo is ready to tango – with Google’s Project Tango technology, which brings augmented reality to a Lenovo smartphone.
Read more on USA Today

 

 

 

 

 

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