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Mobile Minutes: YouTube’s mobile ads; Google’s social media spoilers; Galaxy S6 shortage; Apple iOS update

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April 10, 2015

youtube mobile 185YouTube unveils tools to make mobile ads more interactive
Google Inc.’s YouTube video-sharing service is adding tools to make advertisements running on mobile devices more interactive, while cutting down on errant clicks.
Read more on Bloomberg

Google’s latest patent could put spoilers to bed
The search giant was granted a patent by the US Patent and Trademark Office on Tuesday for a “system and method for processing content spoilers.” The proposed filter would identify spoilers about TV shows, books and movies and remove them from your social media feeds until you’re up to date.
Read more on CNET

Samsung expects record Galaxy shipments, S6 edge shortage
Samsung Electronics Co Ltd expects record shipments for its new Galaxy S6 smartphones and said it will struggle to meet demand for the curved-edged version due to production constraints, adding to hopes for a turnaround in mobile sales.
Read more on Reuters

Apple’s iOS 8.3 update is here and includes diverse emoji
Apple today rolled out iOS 8.3, the third major update for iOS 8 — giving users access to emoji that are more representative of Apple’s diverse user base.
Read more on ABC News

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