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Mobile Minutes: Replacing the iPhone; App spending; IBM’s AI group; Facebook simplifies video captioning

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February 11, 2016

26764Here’s what will replace the iPhone, says Apple analyst Gene Munster
In a note to clients Monday night, Piper Jaffrey analyst Gene Munster laid out a provocative theory about what Apple’s growing cadre of virtual reality and augmented reality experts might be up to.
Read more on Fortune

Cheap smartphones to propel app spending past $100B
Worldwide mobile application store revenue is set to reach $101 billion in five years as smartphones become cheaper and data plans more accessible, drawing in people in developing countries, according to data provider App Annie.
Read more on Bloomberg

Stephen Pratt, head of IBM’s new artificial-intelligence group, leaves
The head of International Business Machines Corp.’s newly formed Cognitive Business Solutions group left the company after just months on the job.
Read more on The Wall Street Journal

Facebook adds easy captioning to video ads in latest push for TV dollars
Ads will soon become a lot easier for consumers to absorb and brands to create on Facebook. The social network is now adding automatic captioning to video ads, if the advertiser so chooses, without them having to submit the words or put them into the ad themselves.
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