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Mobile Minutes: Tweets in Google search; Microsoft’s mobile obstacles; Adblock’s mobile browser; Credit card-sized phone

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May 21, 2015

twit 185Google search now shows Tweets, but will it help Twitter get more users?
Tweets have begun to show up in Google search results, and Twitter’s stock is up a bit. Probably not a coincidence.
Read more on Bloomberg

Apple, Android app makers cool to Microsoft overtures
Microsoft’s plan to make its new version of Windows a mobile hit by letting it accept tweaked Apple and Android apps has met an obstacle: some of the software developers the company needs to woo just aren’t interested.
Read more on Bloomberg

New mobile browser blocks ads automatically
Adblock Plus, maker of the world’s most downloaded ad-blocking browser extension, launched its own mobile browser on Wednesday. The German company says it wants to give people a way to block ads automatically when they surf the Web on their phones.
Read more on CNN Money

These guys want to build a phone the size of a credit card
The credit card-sized prototype has modest ambitions. It can make phone calls, store up to 10 speed-dial numbers (entered through an app on your smartphone), and answer calls forwarded from your smartphone.
Read more on Wired

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