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Mobile Minutes: Mozilla shutters Firefox OS; Smartphones face obsolescence; Wireless-charging hurdles; Uber exits Delhi

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December 10, 2015

15054Mozilla shutters Firefox OS, gives up on smartphones

Mozilla confirmed Tuesday that it was halting development on Firefox OS in its current incarnation, putting an end to more than four years of work building a browser-based, smartphone operating system.
Read more on Computerworld

Why smartphones could be dead in 5 years
Smartphones could be obsolete in five years’ time, according to consumers polled in a new survey.
Read more on CNBC

Wireless-charging tech just got another hurdle thrown in its way
Seems like a no-brainer: Enable your smartphone so it can rest on the table and get an instant power charge without the fuss of cables.
Read more on CNET

Uber ends its rickshaw-hailing service in Delhi
Uber Technologies Inc. has stopped its auto rickshaw-hailing service in Delhi just seven months into the ride because of problems that have prevented a wider roll out, the company said.
Read more on The Wall Street Journal

 

 

 

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