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Mobile Minutes: Google opens Project Fi; Mic buys Hyper; Mobile church collection; Samsung Galaxy S7

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March 9, 2016

Screen Shot 2016-03-08 at 4.35.37 PMGoogle opens Project Fi mobile network to everyone in the US
Google has announced that it is opening its Project Fi mobile network to everyone in the U.S. Project Fi is the Internet giant’s virtual mobile network that uses open Wi-Fi hotspots and cellular networks belonging to Sprint and T-Mobile to provide voice, text, and data services to users.
Read more on Fast Company

Mic acquires mobile video app Hyper
Many digital media companies are focused on distributing content on platforms like Snapchat and Facebook these days, and less on trying to get people to come to their own websites.
Read more on The Wall Street Journal

The church collection plate goes digital
Dylan Ciamacco, 25, first went to the Los Angeles outpost of international megachurch C3 as a teen. His mom thought a lot of the young people there—in skinny jeans, chunky sweaters, and leather jackets—dressed like him.
Read more on Bloomberg

Samsung Galaxy S7 review: Head of the smartphone class
Samsung is that slightly awkward boy who’s been studying very hard in school. The Galaxy S7, which arrives in stores this week, is his first solid A.
Read more on The Wall Street Journal 

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