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May 15, 2015

I am seeing some awesome startups applying for AppTank 2015! Some important dates: Application deadline - May 17 (this Sunday). Click here to apply. Finalists announcement - May 20, Live pitch - May 27. Click here to join us. I cannot wait to catch up with everyone on May 27. :)

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Edith Yeung

Edith Yeung - Partner at 500 Mobile Collective Fund

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The Chinese smartphone maker trying to convert Apple fans

CNBC

Apple is a great role model for many Chinese companies because of its ultimate brand value and high-quality products.  Check out my quote :) 

Telegram Says It’s Hit 62M MAUs And Messaging Activity Has Doubled

Techcrunch

Telegram says it is delivering 2 billion messages daily.

Introducing Facebook's Instant Articles

Facebook

Facebook wants to keep all engagement within Facebook App. Launching instant article to deliver fast, interactive articles.

Mobile operators plan to block online advertising

Financial Times

Mobile Operators wants to block mobile ad in an attempt to force Google to give up or share a cut of its revenues. 

China’s Smartphone Market Contracts Year Over Year for the First Time in Six Years

IDC

Chinese vendors will focus on increasing their presence in India as well as more Southeast Asia countries in 2015. 

Uber Joins the Bidding for Here, Nokia’s Digital Mapping Service

New York Times

Nokia’s mapping business holds more than an 80% global market share for built-in car navigation systems.

Skip Googling With Facebook’s New “Add A Link” Mobile Status Search Engine

Techcrunch

Facebook is testing an in-app keyword search engine that lets you find websites and articles to add to your status updates. Facebook indexed over one trillion posts to let people search for links that have been shared with them. That means it’s search engine powered by data Google doesn’t have.

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