Mobile Minutes: InMobi and APUS; Apple’s patent win; News Corp. buys Unruly; Uber rivals partner
Indian mobile advertising firm InMobi said on Wednesday it is partnering APUS, a Chinese start-up that customizes Android software, in an alliance that InMobi expects will help it reach 500 million new users in China and other countries by 2016.
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Apple wins patent ruling against Samsung in U.S. appeals court
A U.S. appeals court on Thursday said Apple should have been awarded an injunction barring Samsung from selling products that infringe its patents, handing Apple another victory in its ongoing smartphone fight with its biggest rival.
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News Corporation to buy Unruly for up to $176 million
News Corporation announced Wednesday that it was buying Unruly, a video ad technology company, in a deal worth up to $176 million that underscores the publishing company’s continued push to remake itself for the digital age.
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Uber rivals form international alliance
Uber Technologies Inc.’s biggest rivals around the world are banding together to launch a counterattack by linking their apps and effectively creating an international ride-hailing service.
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