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Mobile Minutes: Samsung pre-installs Office apps; Coca-Cola’s cloud focus; Twitch and music; Mobile-optimized videos

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March 25, 2015

samsMicrosoft CEO Nadella partners with his enemy’s enemy
SAN FRANCISCO — Samsung’s decision to start pre-installing Microsoft Office apps on some tablets would seem, at first glance, to be more of a short-term win for shareholders of the U.S. software giant than owners of the Korean mobile device maker.
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Coca-Cola looks to secure edge for age of cloud, mobility
A software defined perimeter addresses the fluid edge of the network in an era of mobile devices, the cloud and Internet-connected objects such as vending machines and cars.
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Twitch continues move into music with Ultra festival deal
Twitch earned its name – and its $970m Amazon acquisition – through streaming live video footage of people playing games, from League of Legends to FIFA. But the company has ambitions to diversify, starting with music.
Read more on The Guardian

Hulu’s ex-CEO starts paid video site for YouTube stars
LOS ANGELES—Would you pay to watch online videos? Jason Kilar found the answer to that question was a clear yes when he launched Hulu Plus, the premium version of the online network, offering instant access to TV shows from ABC, NBC and Fox.
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