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Mobile Minutes: Chinese mobile games, Twitter, T-Mobile, PayPal

Chinese tech giants drive boom in mobile games
Everyone wants a piece of China?s fast-growing mobile games market. That?s why iDreamSky, a Chinese game publisher that debuted on the Nasdaq Stock Market in a $115 million initial public offering Thursday, has a list of shareholders that includes some of Asia?s biggest tech companies.
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Twitter learns from Facebook by revamping its advertising fees
Twitter Inc. is remodeling the way it charges advertisers, a move designed to court more small businesses in a bid to battle Facebook Inc.
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T-Mobile US will top Sprint in U.S. subscribers by end of the year, CEO says
T-Mobile US will overtake Sprint as the No. 3 wireless U.S. carrier in subscribers by the end of the year, chief executive John Legere tweeted Thursday.
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PayPal uses music festivals to push mobile app
No matter how technology-consumed our world becomes, cash is still the ruler of the economy. Physical, in-your-wallet bills are the thing you?re supposed to be able to count on, to use whenever you choose. In fact, while some places only accept certain credit cards (if they do at all), cash is cash, and no one can argue with that.
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