Mobile Minutes: Microsoft, mobile questions, transforming the poor, Samsung
By Staff reports
October 10, 2013
Microsoft’s $7.2 billion Nokia bet not luring apps
Microsoft Corp.'s $7.2 billion pairing with Nokia Oyj’s handset business is failing to win over the software developers who are crucial to its success, Bloomberg reports.
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Five mobile app questions board members should ask the CIO
When it comes to implementing technology solutions within an enterprise, the CIO is the authority on the matter; however board members need to sometimes test just how solid the CIO’s plan really is, according to Forbes.
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Six ways mobile technology has transformed the world's poor
Mobile technology is rapidly changing the face of communication in the most remote areas of the world, per the Huffington Post.
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How new Samsung Note tablet compares with rivals
Samsung's new tablet computer comes out in the U.S. on Thursday. The Galaxy Note 10.1 — 2014 Edition is the second version of Samsung's 10.1-inch stylus-based tablet, according to ABC News.
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