Mobile Minutes: Uber, WeChat, bundled apps, LG
By Staff reports
January 28, 2014
It’s Travis Kalanick versus the world, and recently the world seems to be winning, per The New York Times.
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China’s WeChat app targets U.S. users
Most smartphone users in the U.S. may be unfamiliar with WeChat, but they will hear about it soon, according to The Wall Street Journal.
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Bundled applications are here to stay on your smartphone
New guidelines from South Korea’s Ministry of Science, ICT and Future Planning, that will commence in April will require users to have the ability to uninstall any application pre-installed on their phone (reports Ryan Huang for ZDNet). The exceptions are for applications that are required for Wi-Fi connectivity, NFC, customer support, and a connected App Store, Forbes reports.
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LG Electronics's mobile unit suffers hit
LG Electronics Inc. said its net loss for the fourth quarter narrowed significantly as it sold more premium TV models during the holiday season.
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