Mobile Minutes: Groupon, T-Mobile, LinkedIn, smartphone-free thinking
By Staff reports
October 24, 2013
Groupon CEO: Our deals are "designed for mobile"
Groupon CEO Eric Lefkofsky told CNBC on Wednesday the deal company's mobile concentration continues to grow, CNBC reports.
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T-Mobile to offer free data service for tablets
T-Mobile will give owners of iPads and other tablet computers free data service for life as part of an effort to broaden its customer base beyond phones, according to ABC news.
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LinkedIn hits 38pc of unique visits from mobile, up from 8pc in Q1 2011
LinkedIn is making the shift to mobile. It now sees 38 percent of unique visits from mobile, which is up from 8 percent in the first quarter of 2011, and users who access via mobile are 2.5 times as active as desktop-only users. At an event in San Francisco this morning, CEO Jeff Weiner said LinkedIn will release a slew of new mobile apps, per TechCrunch.
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Why being a thinker means pocketing your smartphone
There's a story about a man who spent his hours daydreaming. He may have been at Ford; he may have been at IBM. He was simply a man who spent his time in his office, feet up on the desk, looking at everything and nothing, CNN reports.
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