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Mobile Minutes: Samsung and BlackBerry partnership; UK mobile banking; Alibaba’s streaming service; HTC’s stock issues

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June 16, 2015

blackb 185Would a Samsung ‘Galaxy BlackBerry’ be loved or hated?
Prolific analyst Eldar Murtazin suggests that Samsung and BlackBerry will be entering a partnership to work on an Android Lollipop based smartphone.
Read more on Forbes

Mobile banking has eclipsed branches and even the rest of the internet
Britons are now checking their bank balance on their mobile phones more than anywhere else, leaving more traditional services like a visit to the high street branch in decline.
Read more on The Telegraph

Alibaba to launch Netflix-like video streaming service in two months
Alibaba Group Holding Ltd will launch an online video streaming service in China in about two months, hoping to emulate the U.S.’s Netflix Inc. and HBO, the firm’s head of digital entertainment said on Sunday.
Read more on Reuters

One tiny number can reveal big problems at a global smartphone maker
The latest company to let phones pile up in warehouses and on store shelves is HTC.
Read more on Bloomberg

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