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Mobile Minutes: Net neutrality upheld; Facebook embraces maps; Apple’s wraparound display; Google’s enterprise tools

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June 15, 2016

14920FCC’s Net neutrality rules upheld by court in key legal win
The Federal Communications Commission won a major victory in the decade-long battle to keep the Internet open.
Read more on CNET

Facebook to put maps in ads, measure store visits
Facebook’s new ads will track which stores you visit so the giant social network can show marketers that its online ads result in offline purchases.
Read more on USA Today

Apple patents show future iPhone could have a wraparound display, augmented reality
A future iPhone could have a curved wrap-around screen, according to a patent awarded to Apple on Tuesday, while a separate patent highlighted the technology giant’s interest in augmented reality (AR).
Read more on CNBC

Google goes after SharePoint with new enterprise tools
Google announced a pair of new services on Monday meant to help businesses access information and share it internally, similar to what Microsoft’s SharePoint product offers.
Read more on Computerworld

 

 

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