Mobile Minutes: Facebook’s Slack competitor; Salesforce considers Twitter acquisition; Samsung v. Apple; Galaxy Note production halted
Facebook rolls out workplace service to compete with Slack
Facebook Inc. wants you to use Facebook at work — and make your company pay for access.
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Salesforce still mulls bid for Twitter as shareholders resist: sources
Salesforce.com Inc (CRM.N) is still deliberating whether it should make an offer for Twitter Inc (TWTR.N) in the face of resistance from Salesforce shareholders over the strategic merits and valuation of such a deal, people familiar with the matter said on Monday.
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Samsung halts Galaxy Note 7 production as battery problems linger
SEOUL, South Korea — When Samsung Electronics introduced its sleek, high-end Galaxy Note 7 smartphone in August, one of its senior executives called it “the most intelligent smartphone that we have ever created.”
Read more at the New York Times
Samsung, Apple headed for Supreme Court showdown
SAN FRANCISCO — What could be the finale to the five-year-old Samsung-Apple patent dispute heads to the nation’s highest court this week.
Read more at USA Today