Mobile Minutes: Robin smartphone; Obama on Instagram; Apple’s enterprise push; Google logo
This new smartphone automatically moves files and apps to the cloud
A start-up founded by two former Android executives wants to free smartphone users from worrying about how to fit another video or photo onto their devices. Nextbit Systems Inc. unveiled a smartphone called “Robin” on Tuesday that automatically manages file storage and backup to the cloud.
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Obama assumes control of the White House’s Instagram
“Hey everyone, it’s Barack” is a salutation that doesn’t often pop up in my Instagram feed. That is, except for last night, when President Obama took over the White House’s official Instagram account.
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Apple is beating enterprise tech at its own game
The biggest consumer technology companies are taking over the enterprise realm. Just as Amazon.com’s cloud-computing business is reeling in ever larger businesses onto its servers, Apple is formalizing its place in corporate data centers.
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Google unveils new logo with emphasis on apps, devices
Nope, this isn’t some special one-day doodle. The Google logo is making a permanent change.
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