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Mobile Minutes: Twitter’s autoplay videos; Comcast eyes T-Mobile US; Bitcoin and gift cards; Fitbit’s IPO

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June 18, 2015

auto 185Twitter finally rolls out auto-play video
Twitter is officially rolling out ads that will play automatically in a user’s timeline, taking on the dominant forces in online video advertising — Google and Facebook.
Read more on Wall Street Journal

Deutsche Telekom talks to Comcast about T-Mobile US sale: Manager Magazin
Deutsche Telekom is in talks with U.S. cable company Comcast about a potential sale of T-Mobile US, German Manager Magazin reported on Wednesday, citing sources. Deutsche Telekom is in talks with several parties, including satellite provider Dish, according to the magazine, but Comcast is viewed as a more attractive buyer by the German telecoms provider’s management.
Read more on Reuters

Why the Bitcoin blockchain could make gift cards, a consumer favorite, even more beloved
Bitcoin first became widely known as a currency, but many say the technology behind it, known as the blockchain, is what really has the potential to upend the financial system as we know it.
Read more on Forbes

How FitBit can avoid becoming another BlackBerry after its IPO
FitBit Inc.’s fitness trackers face threats on all sides — from Apple Inc. competition to patent-infringement lawsuits.
Read more on Bloomberg

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