Mobile Minutes: Facebook, Samsung, RideScout, MLB, Opera
By Staff reports
April 25, 2014
Facebook acquires health and fitness tracking app Moves
Facebook has bought Moves, an app that keeps track of your daily exercise and fitness routine as well as the places you visit.
Please click here to read more on CNET††
Samsung Gear App Challenge launched for Gear 2
Samsung is seeking to expand the Gear 2 ecosystem with a developer competition offering prizes worth $1.25 million.
Please click here to read more on ZDNet
Transportation mobile app RideScout comes to Boston with real-time ride options
RideScout, a Texas-based mobile app that helps people find the most efficient mode of transportation in real-time, announced Thursday its launch in Boston.
Please click here to read more on Boston Business Journals
Digits Show: Major League Baseball Uses iBeacon to Engage Fans
A fan walks into AT&T Park during a San Francisco Giants baseball game. If the fan has the MLB.com At the Ballgame app, the fan may be offered a coupon.
Please click here to read more on Wall Street Journal††
Opera's Coast browser arrives on iPhone
The Norwegian company expects more people will use the iPhone version of its new browser than the iPad version that arrived last year.
Please click here to read more on CNet†
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