Mobile Minutes: Jelly, education, wearables, Sony
By Staff reports
January 10, 2014
Jelly the app, like real jelly after I smear it on a pancake for my 17-month-old, seems a bit of a mess at first blush. In my time futzing with it this morning, it’s mostly annoyed me with awkward non-questions, or made me suspicious of questions that look like stealth ads, per Time.
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The global search for education: It's an app app app app world!
With Apple's recent announcement that customers spent over $10 billion on the App Store in 2013, including over $1 billion in December alone (over three billion apps were downloaded), there can be no doubt in anyone's mind that the app culture just continues to rise. But as apps become more and more significant in our society, are they opening up our world or are they shutting it down? How are the advantages of face to face contact as relevant when we have cutting-edge, digital toys to interact with?, The Huffington Post asks.
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Daily report: New wearable devices face some obstacles
At the International CES this week, more than a dozen technology companies showcased Internet-connected watches and glasses capable of running software applications, Brian X. Chen reports for The New York Times.
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Sony gains after vow to maintain smartphone growth: Tokyo Mover
Sony Corp., the maker of Xperia handsets, jumped the most in more than six months in Tokyo trading after Chief Executive Officer Kazuo Hirai said the company will maintain growth in smartphone shipments, Bloomberg reports.
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