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Mobile Minutes: Valentine’s Day spending; Amazon’s free sommelier service; Andy Rubin takes on AI; France, Facebook face off

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February 10, 2016

Screen Shot 2016-02-09 at 3.44.59 PMValentine’s Day spending moves to mobile, and women lead the way
Everyone from online daters to marketing executives to Black Friday shoppers moved towards mobile in 2015, and Valentine’s Day spending is following the same trend.
Read more on Forbes

Amazon Japan launches free sommelier phone service
Unsure buyers in Japan can now receive help picking a bottle of wine on Amazon’s website.
Read more on The Wall Street Journal

Andy Rubin unleashed Android on the world. Now watch him do the same with AI
A couple of years ago, Andy Rubin – the celebrated creator of Android and until recently the head of Google’s mobile Internet efforts – helped his wife, Rie, build a bakery in a decommissioned train station in Los Altos, California.
Read more on Wired

Facebook told by France to stop collecting non-user data
Facebook Inc. was given three months by France’s privacy watchdog to stop storing data on people who don’t have an account with the social network as the company continues to draw objections from regulators throughout Europe.
Read more on Bloomberg

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