Mobile Minutes: Cyanogen; Virtual reality shopping; T-Mobile; Windows 10 smartphone
Cortana on Cyanogen: CEO Kirt McMaster on building the next great smartphone OS
Kirt McMaster likes to use the word dude a lot. He laughs at his own jokes, and isn’t afraid to poke fun at himself. You might not expect a guy like that to be at the forefront of a push to disrupt the global Android-iOS duopoly in smartphones, but the co-founder and CEO of Cyanogen is quite determined in that pursuit.
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Trillenium takes virtual reality into online shopping
Hrvoje Prpic is wandering through a fashion boutique trying to pick out a new accessory. Only he’s not actually there. He’s sitting in a trendy London coffee shop wearing a virtual reality headset that he believes could be the future of online shopping.
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T-Mobile reaches its limit on heavy data users
Like many Americans, Hunter Stephenson has only one option for high-speed Internet at his house. Unlike most people, however, that option is his cellphone.
Read more on the Wall Street Journal
Windows 10 finds a new smartphone ally: Alcatel OneTouch
Alcatel OneTouch has Microsoft’s back. The Chinese company known for its low-cost phones will make a smartphone running Microsoft’s Windows 10 software, which launched just over a month ago on PCs and tablets.
Read more on CNET