Mobile Minutes: Facebook, Tesco, Google Wallet, millennials
By Staff reports
May 7, 2014
Brands face tough screening for Facebook video ads
A video ad on Facebook FB -0.96% will cost advertisers about $1 million a day, but the social network won’t accept a check from just anyone. Just a small group of brands was invited to submit concepts, which will have to be approved by Facebook Inc.’s creative team.
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Tesco to launch own-brand smartphone
Tesco is planning to release its own-brand smartphone before the end of the year, following on from the success of its Hudl tablet. CEO Philip Clarke told BBC Radio 5 Live the phone will run Google’s Android software, and will be pre-installed with Tesco services, which could include its streaming service Blinkbox.
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Google Wallet is said to be landing on Google Glass
By saying send money out loud, some people could soon have the ability to wire friends cash with their eyeglasses.
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Mobile app helps millennials manage money
I have a bright orange wallet. Some days, its an emblem of radiant generosity. Some days, it is a flashing caution sign. I live on a thin margin and, when most of my transactions are done by debit card, I cant always know how thin that line between spendable income and an overdraft charge is going to be.
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