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Mobile Minutes: Dish Network, RetailMeNot, Samsung, Candy Crush


Dish seen as favored T-Mobile suitor after Sprint pulls out
Dish Network Corp.’s $26 billion worth of airwaves and national pay-TV service, if combined with T-Mobile US Inc., would create a formidable fourth player in the U.S. wireless market, said analysts at Moody’s Investors Service and Macquarie Group Ltd.
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A campaign to pique the interest of those who revel in a deal
The website that aggregates coupons for e-commerce sites, RetailMeNot, is introducing a national advertising campaign designed, in part, to increase the use of its mobile app.
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Back to the wall, Samsung goes metal With ‘Galaxy Alpha’
Samsung Electronics is going metal. For years, the pundits have called on Samsung to ditch the plastic casing on its high-end phones. 
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'Candy Crush' decline continues for King, shares fall
Social and mobile game company King Digital Entertainment Plc reduced its 2014 forecast after reporting lower-than-expected second-quarter revenue on Tuesday, as gamers continued to spend less money on its "Candy Crush Saga" game.
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