Mobile Minutes: Internet culture; Amazon automation; WhatsApp patches flaws; Twitter hack

Today in mobile marketing – How the Internet is saving culture, not killing it; Amazon: Automation doesn’t have to kill jobs; WhatsApp, Telegram patch flaws in instant messaging applications; Twitter swastika hack comes at fragile time for company.

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Mobile Minutes: Germany fines hate speech; Alphabet jargon; Netflix takes aim at studios; Sound wave phone hacks

Today in mobile minutes – Germany plans to fine social media sites over hate speech; Alphabet’s Jigsaw wants to explain tech jargon to you; Netflix tries to outdo theaters with films a studio can envy; It’s possible to hack a phone with sound waves, researchers show.

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Mobile Minutes: Venmo underground; Intel acquires Mobileye; Bitcoin miners revolt; Miscue challenges Amazon

Today in mobile marketing – Venmo: The secret, hip social network you’ve never heard of; Intel’s $15 billion purchase of Mobileye rewrites driverless landscape; Bitcoin miners signal revolt amid sluggish blockchain; Miscue calls attention to Amazon’s dominance in cloud computing.

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Facebook Messenger’s Snapchat-inspired feature bars brands from posting for now

Facebook Messenger’s Snapchat-inspired Day is putting brands at a disadvantage by allowing users first dibs and preventing businesses from use, which could have allowed brands to create a stronger bond with consumers due to the organic experience.

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Mobile Minutes: SXSW bots; Alphabet v. Uber; Airbnb in Japan; Wikileaks CIA leak

Today in mobile marketing – At SXSW, bots will play amid the political fray; Alphabet self-driving car unit seeks injunction against Uber; Airbnb nears approval in room-starved Japan with tighter rules; WikiLeaks will help tech companies fix security flaws, Assange says.

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