Mobile Minutes: Samsung’s wireless earbuds; EBay’s plans; Warner Bros. Digital Networks; Facebook’s privacy settings
Samsung’s new wireless earbuds let you ditch the phone
Samsung has just introduced a new wireless set of earbuds called Gear IconX, which in addition to delivering music the music you expect to hear, will measure your heartbeat, steps and other fitness tracking metrics, without you having to carry your phone.
Read more on USA Today
EBay CEO: The world doesn’t need an almost-as-good Amazon
EBay isn’t just where you order a used cellphone anymore, at least according to company CEO Devin Wenig. In fact, used item sales are making up a small and declining part of the eBay business.
Read more on CNBC
Warner Bros. forms over-the-top video division
Warner Bros. has formed Warner Bros. Digital Networks, aggregating the studio’s owned digital video and over-the-top video services and focused on expanding its reach into direct-to-consumer entertainment.
Read more on Variety
You should go check Facebook’s new privacy settings
Last week, Facebook introduced a way to show ads across the web to everyone, not just its own users. At the same time, it added a new privacy setting for people already on Facebook to limit how their activity on the social network shows up in ads elsewhere.
Read more on Wired