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Mobile Minutes: IPhone 6S demand slows; Amazon’s AR ambitions; Phone use and creditworthiness; Samsung’s new mobile chief

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December 2, 2015

26764Apple Inc. cuts supply chain orders on slowing demand For iPhone 6S
The iPhone 6S may not be doing as well as anticipated. Credit Suisse confirmed on Tuesday that Apple Inc. has lowered its November iPhone supply chain orders, according to a research note issued by the investment bank.
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Amazon working on augmented reality for the living room
Amazon.com Inc. is trying to lower the cost of augmented reality to bring a technology normally associated with futuristic military training and video-game conventions to living rooms.
Read more on Bloomberg

Lending startups look at borrowers’ phone usage to assess creditworthiness
A handful of Silicon Valley-backed startups are looking to revolutionize lending in the developing world, where banks are scarce and many would-be borrowers have no credit history.
Read more on The Wall Street Journal

Samsung replaces chief of struggling mobile unit
Samsung has named a new head of its mobile communications unit as the company seeks to reverse dwindling smartphones sales.
Read more on CNET

 

 

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