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Mobile Minutes: Samsung’s profit declines; Google Glass 2.0; Smartphones and car dashboards; Sony and mobile market

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July 8, 2015

samsung galaxySamsung profit misses estimates on Galaxy S6 phone struggles
Samsung Electronics Co. profit for the second quarter missed analysts’ estimates as new Galaxy S6 smartphones failed to lure enough customers from Apple Inc.’s iPhones and cheaper devices made in China.
Read more on Bloomberg

Is Google Glass 2.0 coming soon?
This new device is shrouded in mystery because Google was granted confidentiality. What we do know (thanks to Droid Life): The device has Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and a battery you cannot change.
Read more on USA Today

Car dashboards that act like smartphones raise safety issues
When it comes to dashboard displays that are more like smartphones, two things are clear: Customers want them, and automakers are intent on supplying them.
Read more on Reuters

Sony ‘will never, ever’ leave smartphone market, says mobile division chief
Sony has said it will “never, ever” leave the mobile phone market, despite suggestions from speculators and the company’s own chief executive that it could bail out of the industry.
Read more on International Business Times UK

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