Mobile Minutes: Apple’s digital refunds; NYC mobile payments for traffic tickets; Huawei smartphones rise; New job apps
Apple is giving users in many European countries a two-week window to return any purchases from the iTunes and app stores — no questions asked.
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App-etite for Bitcoin: City explores mobile payments for parking tickets
New York City’s Department of Finance is exploring mobile payments for parking and traffic camera violations through credit and debit cards, PayPal, Apple Pay — even Bitcoin.
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China’s Huawei 2014 smartphone sales rise by a third
Huawei Technology’s smartphone sales rose by almost a third to $11.8 billion in 2014, according to an internal memo seen by Reuters, showing the Chinese telecoms firm’s continued ascent in the global handset wars.
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When you want a new job, but don’t feel like looking
Passive candidates are the prize ponies of the recruiting world, and a slew of new services have sprung up lately to connect those passive candidates to companies interested in poaching them. Like online dating services, the new sites and mobile apps use questionnaires and algorithms to match workers with companies.
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