Mobile Minutes: Twitter, Amazon, Lenovo, Qualcomm
By Staff reports
April 8, 2014
Amazon Debuts 'Dash' stick for scanning, adding groceries to AmazonFresh
Making grocery lists isn't that difficult. Sometimes. For some — this writer included — it can be a bit of an agonizing experience that involves rooting through the pantry, crudely typing in a general sense of what one needs into a smartphone app, dragging one's phone out at the store and checking off items one-handed while trying to balance them in a basket, et cetera.
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Lenovo buys mobile, 3G, LTE technology patent portfolio
Lenovo has purchased a mobile technology patent portfolio as the firm looks to carve out a place in the competitive mobility space.
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Qualcomm adds fastest ever 64-bit Snapdragon mobile chip
Qualcomm is getting high on 64-bit chips with its fastest ever Snapdragon processor, which will render 4K video, support LTE Advanced and could run the 64-bit Android OS.
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