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Mobile Minutes: Robin smartphone; Obama on Instagram; Apple’s enterprise push; Google logo

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September 2, 2015

Screen Shot 2015-09-01 at 1.47.58 PMThis new smartphone automatically moves files and apps to the cloud
A start-up founded by two former Android executives wants to free smartphone users from worrying about how to fit another video or photo onto their devices. Nextbit Systems Inc. unveiled a smartphone called “Robin” on Tuesday that automatically manages file storage and backup to the cloud.
Read more on Bloomberg

Obama assumes control of the White House’s Instagram
“Hey everyone, it’s Barack” is a salutation that doesn’t often pop up in my Instagram feed. That is, except for last night, when President Obama took over the White House’s official Instagram account.
Read more on Wired

Apple is beating enterprise tech at its own game
The biggest consumer technology companies are taking over the enterprise realm. Just as Amazon.com’s cloud-computing business is reeling in ever larger businesses onto its servers, Apple is formalizing its place in corporate data centers.
Read more on CNBC

Google unveils new logo with emphasis on apps, devices
Nope, this isn’t some special one-day doodle. The Google logo is making a permanent change.
Read more on USA Today

 

 

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