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techcrunch.com - 16 readers - Uber is taking the next step to push its well-funded brand into the prepared food delivery space -- launching the UberEATS service as a standalone app today,..
wsj.com - 15 readers - Wal-Mart Stores plans to offer its own way for shoppers to pay with their smartphones in its stores, setting itself up as a competitor to Apple and other companies that already have rolled out mobile-payment technologies.
adweek.com - 17 readers - Facebook is updating its policies for Instant Articles, per a rep with the company, which could mean up to 40 percent more ads for publishers on the platform. Starting today, publishers utilizing Instant Articles will be able to place an ad every 350 words instead of every 500 words, according to the rep.
techcrunch.com - 16 readers - A company capitalizing on the growth of mobile messaging, and in particular the reach of Apple's iMessage, Slash, has now raised $1.3 million for its..
businessinsider.com - 16 readers - You'll be able to lease a brand-new car entirely through your smartphone, and have it delivered to you. The $300-per-month service also comes with some extras.
forbes.com - 16 readers - As national and regional publications crumble, local newsweeklies are making a quiet comeback.