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Mobile Minutes: Uber sells stake; Bank of America’s mobile banking; Revamped Apple TV; Yik Yak’s defense

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March 24, 2015

uber blueUber sells stake to India’s Times Group in marketing deal
Uber Technologies Inc. said the publisher of India’s most-read English newspaper has taken a small stake in the ride-hailing application company as part of a strategic partnership to support its expansion.
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Survey: BofA customers most open to paying for mobile banking
Some bank customers would actually pay to use their lender’s mobile app, according to the results of a new survey – and customers of Charlotte-based Bank of America are the most open to the idea.
Read more on Charlotte Observer

Report: Revamped Apple TV arriving this summer
According to Buzzfeed, citing “sources familiar with the company’s plans,” Apple will introduce a revamped version of its set-top box that will feature its own app store and support for digital voice assistant Siri.
Read more on USA Today

Maker of controversial Yik Yak app responds to critics
Yik Yak, an anonymous location-based social media app, has gained traction as a fast rising startup. But with that success has come criticism. Yik Yak has come under fire as critics claim the anonymity of the app facilitates cyber bullying.
Read more on Fox News

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