As the notoriously controlling Chinese government continues to tighten its grip around the digital goings-on around the nation, it's now released a new set of regulations that could affect more than half a billion Chinese smartphone users.
Stepping into the ring to fight over China and its prime smartphone market are the country's own smartphone makers, as they begin to acquire patents by way of licensing deals, acquisitions, and a whole lot of money.
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AT&T saw fit to quietly reintroduce the Nokia Lumia 1520, a gargantuan Windows phone that AT&T first launched back in 2013. The carrier presumably brought back the phone because of the phone's update to Windows 10 Mobile.
In a leaked investor update, mustached ride-sharing service Lyft reportedly completed 12.7 million rides in May, a company record for any month. Lyft also set records in other spheres, such as number of unique riders.
Following the attacks on Istanbul Atatürk Airport, the Turkish government imposed severe throttling on social media platforms, including Facebook and Twitter. Some consider such throttling a form of censorship.
Twitter has launched a new iOS app aimed at businesses, which can schedule, curate, and measure the impact of tweets. The "Dashboard" app also suggests tweet ideas to help companies engage with potential customers.