Mobile Minutes: Fandango buys Rotten Tomatoes; Google Express expands; Apple opposes judge; T-Mobile adds customers
Fandango to acquire Rotten Tomatoes and Flixster from Warner Bros.
Fandango, owned by Comcast’s NBCUniversal, said Wednesday it has agreed to acquire Rotten Tomatoes and Flixster from Warner Bros. Entertainment, part of the online ticketer’s strategy to delve further into video on demand.
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Google adds fresh food to Express delivery in crowded field
Google is adding fresh fruits, vegetables, meat and milk to its Google Express deliveries, answering rival Amazon.com Inc.’s Amazon Fresh grocery service and supermarket-shopping startups such as Instacart Inc.
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Apple opposes judge’s order to help unlock phone linked to San Bernardino attack
Apple Inc. Chief Executive Tim Cook said the company will oppose a federal judge’s order to help the Justice Department unlock a phone used by a suspect in the San Bernardino, Calif., attack.
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T-Mobile profit nearly triples, adds 2.1 million customers
T-Mobile US Inc. nearly tripled its profit in the fourth quarter as its “Binge On” video streaming service and lower-priced plans helped it add more than 2 million subscribers.
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