Mobile Minutes: Wikipedia, Sprint, Hewlett-Packard, Lenovo
By Staff reports
February 11, 2014
Wikipedia vs. the small screen
The Internet behemoths Google and Facebook have proved they can still attract users and advertisers as their traffic shifts from desktops to mobile devices, per The New York Times.
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Sprint rethinks acquiring T-Mobile after public antitrust opposition
Sprint Corp. officials are regrouping to decide whether trying to acquire smaller rival T-Mobile US Inc. makes sense after antitrust officials expressed strong sentiments against a deal publicly, people familiar with the matter said, The Wall Street Journal reports.
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Why Hewlett-Packard’s voice tablet entry is an imperative
Last month, Hewlett-Packard announced they were launching two phablets or voice-enabled tablets in India under the HP VoiceTab brand, according to Forbes.
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Lenovo to expand in Africa as smartphones debut in Nigeria
Lenovo Group Ltd., the worlds largest maker of personal computers, plans to expand its smartphone business in three west African countries this year as it builds on a surge in demand in Nigeria, per Bloomber.
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