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Wall Street Journal will stick by Apple News: News Corp CEO – New York Post

News Corp. will continue to allow tech giant Apple to disseminate its news articles through the Apple News platform because the arrangement is helping introduce new readers to The Wall Street Journ…

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News Corp. will continue to allow tech giant Apple to disseminate its news articles through the Apple News platform because the arrangement is helping introduce new readers to The Wall Street Journal, CEO Robert Thomson said.
Thomson said Apple News is connecting new readers to WSJ, ­including women and young people who might not otherwise be aware of its breadth of news coverage ­beyond business news.
That Apple News partnership allows us to focus on that tier of content and bring in a signif…

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Why Nokia Could Get Bought Out – Seeking Alpha

Nokia’s 5G contract wins are getting bigger and barely noticed by investors. The company benefits from customers complying with national security policy.

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For long-time readers following this author, picking Nokia (NOK) is not without disappointments. Value investing requires finding beaten-down, out-of-favor stocks that have upcoming positive catalysts to send them higher. With Nokia, markets are slowly recognizing the multi-year revenue potential for 5G.
Opportunistic firms bigger in size than Nokia may also find ways to unlock the companys value. Ahead of complying with the U.S. National Security policy, governments are preparing the communications…

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Vivo makes big expansion into Europe – The Verge

Vivo has announced that it’s moving into six major new European markets. Its first flagship device will be the X51 5G, which goes on sale in the UK later this month….

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The X51 5G goes on sale in major new markets this month
Vivo, one of the largest smartphone brands in the world, is expanding its operations in Europe. The company will now sell phones and accessories in six new markets: the UK, France, Germany, Italy, Poland and Spain.
Vivo is kicking things off with the X51 5G flagship phone, essentially a rebranded version of the X50 that launched earlier in the year. Its headline feature is a gimbal-style camera system that is claimed to offer much-improved…

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‘Pokémon Go’ gets AR Mapping tasks to enable more realistic effects – Engadget

Pokémon Go players may see a new tag marking some PokéStops next time they check the app. Niantic has officially launched AR Mapping tasks for level 20 Trainers…

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Pokémon Go players may see a new tag marking some PokéStops next time they check the app. Niantic has officially launched AR Mapping tasks for level 20 Trainers and up, almost five months after the company announced that it’s launching the feature. When they spin a PokéStop marked with the “AR Mapping” tag, they’ll get a Field Research task that will require them to open the AR scanning screen and to explore the area.
Trainers level 20 and up can now receive AR Mapping tasks! Try finding one today…

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