Mobile Minutes: Facebook at Work launches; BlackBerry shares dip; Chinese smartphones sales; Adobe’s Lightroom app
A smartphone app called Facebook At Work will hit app stores Wednesday, the company announced, as the billion-user social network expands into new territory: the office.
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BlackBerry shares jump, then dip, after Samsung buyout report
Shares of BlackBerry soared 30 percent Wednesday before steeply declining in after-hours trading following a report the struggling smartphone maker was approached by Samsung Electronics about a possible acquisition.
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Smartphones at tipping point in China
New data on China’s booming smartphone sector show the industry crossed a tipping point in 2014, with sales starting to sag after several years of explosive growth. That earlier growth was fueled by companies like Huawei, one of the nation’s largest manufacturers, which has just given some preliminary financial data for 2014.
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?Lightroom mobile app now available for Android
Time for some developing news: the Adobe Lightroom mobile app is now available for Android. Install the app and you can edit, organise and share your photos from your smartphone, then sync online with your full-sized Lightroom software on your computer.
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