Mobile Minutes: Facebook’s content chief; Google uninstalls apps; Line goes public; Lenovo’s AR phone
Phone storage almost full? Google tries telling users what apps to delete
Google is testing a feature that tells users which Android apps to uninstall when running low on phone or tablet storage space.
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Mobile messenger Line to go public in New York, Tokyo
Line Corp., the Japan-based operator of the namesake mobile messenger, will list its shares in New York and Tokyo next month, as the iconic Asian mobile messenger app seeks to expand globally.
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Lenovo unveils augmented reality smartphone using Google’s Project Tango
Lenovo is ready to tango – with Google’s Project Tango technology, which brings augmented reality to a Lenovo smartphone.
Read more on USA Today