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Considering that worldwide shipments of smartphones this year will exceed 1.4 billion units, it’s hard to believe that 70 percent of that volume will one day be replaced by anything – let alone shipments of wearalone smartwatches, which are mostly still in the prototype phase.
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Twitter appoints Jack Dorsey CEO, seeks new chairman
Twitter Incnamed Jack Dorsey as its permanent CEO but said it would look elsewhere for a chairman, seeking to allay concerns about its co-founder’s dual role as head of the mobile payments company Square.
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Google told by Russian regulator to unbundle Android search
Russia’s antitrust regulator has ordered Google Inc. to amend agreements with smartphone producers that it said disadvantage third-party applications on devices running the Android operating system.
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MIPJr: ICarly creator says more screens boost business
Dan Schneider talks about the promise of the second screen, while a Hasbro executive touts the next decade of ‘Transformers’ content.
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