Mobile Minutes: Instagram to print; Apple’s stores; Twitter reorganizes; IPhone company
Street Dreams magazine flips the script, bringing Instagram to print
If the measure of a successful party is the sidewalk overflow, then Street Dreams magazine had arrived. Last September, to celebrate Issue No. 3 of its crowd-sourced photography magazine, Street Dreams gave a party at the Reed Space gallery on the Lower East Side.
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Apple stores are about to change in this huge way
The Apple stores that have become the visible symbol of the company’s ubiquity will be getting a makeover, starting with a “next generation” retail store in Memphis.
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Twitter shuffles product team amid CEO search
As Twitter searches for a new CEO to renew its standing in the eyes of investors, the company has installed a dedicated product chief to think solely how to make the service better for users. Jeff Seibert, who has been in charge of the company’s platform for app developers, was promoted to take charge of the consumer-facing side of Twitter.
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The iPhone company
For all the attention Apple has received this year for its new smartwatch and music service, or rumors about an updated TV device and building a car, the company is increasingly dependent on the iPhone.
Read more on Bloomberg