Mobile Minutes: LinkedIn, content, tablets, helmets
By Staff reports
October 17, 2013
LinkedIn is retooling the money-making engine of the company — sophisticated recruiting and job-advertising services — so that they will work in full on smartphones, according to Forbes.
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The massive growth in mobile media consumption explains why the mobile industry is refocusing on content
Business Insider reports that mobile-centric social networks, mobile video companies, and location based services are well positioned to feel the biggest benefits from the massive shift in consumer media consumption and usage patterns, even as smartphone sales slow down. But how can companies truly capitalize on this consumer revolution and adapt to their mobile-centric customers?
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Schools learn tablets' limits
As schools rush to embrace computer tablets as teaching tools, glitches have officials in a few districts rethinking the usefulness and even security of the latest technology trend, per The Wall Street Journal.
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This slick augmented-reality helmet has a rearview camera, weather reports
Motorcycle helmets with head-up displays and augmented reality were science fiction just a few years ago. But now major helmet manufacturers and startups are working to incorporate Google Glass-like functionality into their gear, according to Wired.
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