Mobile Minutes: Facebook’s Lifestage app; Microsoft’s new bot; Google’s Nougat rollout; Apple’s AI medical start-up
Facebook launches Lifestage app for school teens
Facebook has launched a new social media app aimed at school teenagers. Members of Lifestage, currently only available on Apple devices in the US, upload pictures and videos based around feelings, likes and dislikes.
Read more on BBC News
Microsoft buys Genee, maker of a virtual scheduling assistant bot
Microsoft has bought Genee, a technology startup making bots to help set meetings and manage your calendar.
Read more on CNET
Google’s new version of Android is available for these devices now
Google is bringing its new version of Android to certain Nexus devices starting Monday, the company just announced.
Read more on Fortune
Apple acquires AI medical start-up Gliimpse: report
One of Silicon Valley’s tech behemoths is taking a step further into digital medicine. Apple quietly acquired the personal health data start-up Gliimpse, according to a report from Fast Company.
Read more on USA Today