Mobile Minutes: FTC, emoji, Baidu, universal shopping cart
FTC commissioner warns on mobile health-data gathering
Federal Trade Commissioner Julie Brill, speaking in Washington on Wednesday, expressed concern about the way apps on smartphones and mobile devices are siphoning sensitive health data, and how some of that information may then be shared with third parties.
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This iPhone app lets you turn any photo into an emoji
It was only a matter of time: Now you can be an emoji, thanks to a new app.
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Baidu's revenue, profit increase on mobile strength
Baidu Inc. gave an upbeat revenue outlook after reporting a 34% rise in second-quarter profit as the Chinese Internet giant's bet on mobile services started to pay off.
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At long last, a universal shopping cart for the Web
Keep is a mobile app that works a lot like Pinterest. Users select merchandise from across the Web and add it to Keep, which acts as a unified storefront. It?s an elegantly designed app, full of nicely curated content, but that?s not what makes Keep interesting. Last month, the two-year-old company released a feature called OneCart, a universal shopping cart that allows Keep users to select any item from any online store, add it to a single cart, and check out with a single click.
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