Mobile Minutes: China Mobile, Sharp, Lulu, Acer


China Mobile announcement sparks hope of iPhone debut
China Mobile, the world’s largest wireless carrier, will unveil a new brand partner on December 18, per CNet.
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Sharp said to mull exit from mobile-phone deal with Foxconn
Sharp Corp. is considering ending a contract with Foxconn Technology Group under which the Taiwanese manufacturer makes Sharp-branded phones for sale in China, according to a person familiar with the situation, according to Bloomberg.
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Whats he really like? Check the Lulu app
Not long ago, after Alexandra Amin, an assistant at Warner Brothers, broke up with an agent she had been dating for a year, her friend told her about a new, free, female-friendly social networking app that lets women anonymously review men who are their Facebook friends, per The New York Times.
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Acer founder Shih returns to lead laptop maker hit by tablet era
Acer Inc. founder Stan Shih returned to the company he started in 1976 after a six-year acquisition streak culminated this month with a record loss and the resignation of the leaders hed entrusted with its management, Bloomberg reports.
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