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The way that consumers use mobile devices has changed the technology industry. You can stay up-to-date with developments through the Wiser mobile news email, a daily digest of the best articles on the topic from around the web. The mobile sector is one that continues to evolve. Many of the internet's largest companies have adopted a mobile-first strategy for years, including Facebook. This means they develop their software or platforms to be optimized for use on mobile devices. This trend is set to continue as consumers continue to use mobile devices. The term covers any computing device that can be used on the move, including smartphones and tablet devices. New technologies are being developed too, including Google Glass and other devices. How does this affect business and how can you reach customers on their mobile devices? What is next for the industry in terms of opportunities, and what challenges does it face? You will find the answers to all this and more through the free daily mobile news email from Wiser. Sign up today.

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How app developers can avoid TV’s advertising mistakes
The Next Web • Evan Waters
AAP government plans app to let people to track its work
The Economic Times of India • Pti
China embraces era of employee-free retail shopping
Financial Times
Language App Competition Is Growing But the Best Features Aren’t Free
Skift • Bloomberg, Nikki Ekstein
Burbank Unified renews transportation services contract with First Student, Inc.
Los Angeles Times • Priscella Vega
Google Aims to Reinvent How We Discover the News
Inc. • Alex Moazed
MasterCard wins blocking of UK class action attempt
Financial Times
Dropbox CTO Aditya Agarwal is leaving
TechCrunch • Matthew Lynley
Google denies claims of a desktop Google.com revamp
Ars Technica • Ron Amadeo
Millennials only have a 5-second attention span for ads, says comScore CEO
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How app developers can avoid TV’s advertising mistakes
The Next WebEvan Waters
Over the past twenty years the number of entertainment channels available to the public has increased dramatically from simple television and radio, to streaming on-demand, mobile apps, TV catch up, and many more. Business models vary, but many remain heavily reliant on...
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Mobile, Politics & Policy
AAP government plans app to let people to track its work
The Economic Times of IndiaPti
NEW DELHI: If things go according to plan, one can track Delhi government's schemes, projects and proposals through a mobile app from October. The Delhi government has planned to launch a mobile application which would serve as a "single-window" platform to let...
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Amazon.com Inc, Mobile Payments
China embraces era of employee-free retail shopping
Financial Times
Wide use of mobile payments propels country’s vendors past the likes of Amazon Go
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Mobile Travel Apps, NewsCred
Language App Competition Is Growing But the Best Features Aren’t Free
SkiftBloomberg, Nikki Ekstein
If you’re not careful about your pronunciation, it’s pretty easy to tell someone in France that you’re pregnant instead of saying you’re full. In Israel, you might ask someone to buy their daughter instead of buying a slice of bread. Saying you’re...
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Education, Green Transportation
Burbank Unified renews transportation services contract with First Student, Inc.
Los Angeles TimesPriscella Vega
The Burbank Unified School District renewed its transportation-services contract with its longtime school-bus provider for another three years during a school board meeting Thursday. The district issued a bid to hear from other transportation-service providers, but school officials ultimately agreed First Student...
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Google Inc, Mobile
Google Aims to Reinvent How We Discover the News
Inc.Alex Moazed
With many major platform businesses like Facebook and Twitter relying on feeds to reach their users, it's no surprise that Google wants to join in on the action. Google launched a new content feed this week, which aims to deliver users content...
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MasterCard Worldwide, Mobile Payments
MasterCard wins blocking of UK class action attempt
Financial Times
Company faces claims by 46m customers over charges imposed on retailers
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Mobile, Startups
Dropbox CTO Aditya Agarwal is leaving
TechCrunchMatthew Lynley
Aditya Agarwal, who came to Dropbox via its acquisition of Cove way back in 2012 and was given the CTO role last year, will be leaving the company. Agarwal held the CTO role for about 9 months and was previously the VP...
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Google Inc, Internet Search Engines
Google denies claims of a desktop Google.com revamp
Ars TechnicaRon Amadeo
Google's homepage has been a stark white page for basically ever, with little more than a search box and a few buttons to get users to a search results page as fast as possible. Yesterday, a report from The Guardian claimed this...
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Mental & Behavioral Disorders, Mobile
Millennials only have a 5-second attention span for ads, says comScore CEO
CNBC
Millennials spend almost three times as long on their phones as they do on desktop, according to a new comScore study.
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