Mobile Minutes: Sony, AT&T, PayPal, Internet data
By Staff reports
October 14, 2013
When it comes to real estate, the old axiom is that the most important factor is: location, location, location. As Sony Corp. looks to carve out its position in wearable computing, one of the technology industry’s most-buzzed about areas, the same principles apply, says the Japanese company’s CEO, according to The Wall Street Journal.
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AT&T is ending its 'AdWorks' mobile experiment and laying off staff
AT&T appears to be reducing staff at its AdWorks offices and ending its experiment in mobile and digital ad sales, according to industry sources. AT&T confirmed a change in strategy and some job cuts in a statement it gave to Business Insider.
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PayPal on prowl for more acquisitions in mobile race
PayPal is on the prowl for more acquisitions as the online payments division of eBay tries to keep up with what it sees as the fourth wave of innovation in the sector, per USA Today.
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Sacre bleu! Americans pay six times more for mobile Internet data than the French
It’s no secret that more and more of us are relying on our phones for everything from email to photo sharing to browsing the Internet. We love our smartphones, and many of us hand over a large chunk of our disposable income for the ability to Instagram. This would all be great if it weren’t for one major issue: In the United States, we’re paying much, much more for mobile data than people in other developed countries, Slate reports.
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