Mobile Minutes: Apple TV, Google Glass, no-poaching pact, China
By Staff reports
March 26, 2014
Don't think an Apple TV service will let you cut ties with Comcast
If you thought Apple's long-awaited television service was going to upend the pay-TV industry and let you break your ties with Comcast, think again. Instead of competing with the cable companies, Apple seems determined to work with them.
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Google Glass to get makeover from Ray-Ban, Oakley
Google Glass is about to get more stylish: The Internet-connected eyewear will soon become available from the makers of Ray-Ban and Oakley frames.
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Sandberg says Facebook rebuffed Google no-poaching pact
Facebook's chief operating officer says in a court filing that she was approached by a Google executive about agreeing to limit recruiting and hiring activities between the two companies but declined.
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China set to cap transfers using mobile-payment services
China's largest Internet firms have had startling success elbowing their way onto the turf of the state-run banks, but now the country's banks and regulators are pushing back. The central bank said Monday that it would set limits on the amount Chinese can spend using smartphone payment services.
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