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March 2016

Messaging app Line plans up to $3 billion dual IPO in New York and Tokyo (VentureBeat)

HONG KONG (Reuters) — Messaging app operator Line Corp, which is owned by South Korea’s largest web portal operator, Naver Corp, plans an initial public offering of up to $3 billion in New York and Tokyo, IFR reported on Friday, citing people close to the deal…

Source: Messaging app Line plans up to $3 billion dual IPO in New York and Tokyo: IFR | VentureBeat | Mobile | by Reuters

6-fold YoY Increase, but still humble: Snapchat Expects Revenue of $300 Million or More This Year (Re/code)

Investors are buying into Snapchat’s massive $16 billion valuation because its business is growing significantly. Or at least expected to grow significantly in 2016.

Snapchat is targeting between $300 million and $350 million in revenue in 2016, according to multiple sources familiar with the company’s plans. That’s six or seven times the $50 million in revenue Snapchat projected last year

 

Source: Snapchat Expects Revenue of $300 Million or More This Year | Re/code

Great Read: The State of UX in 2016 (Fabricio Teixeira)

Here’s our take on looking at the past, understanding the present, and anticipating what the future holds for UX in 2016.

Source: The State of UX in 2016 — User Experience Design (UX) — Medium

State of Connectivity 2015: Facebook’s Report on Global Internet Access (Facebook Newsroom)

State of Connectivity 2015: A Report on Global Internet Access, the second annual study by Facebook, takes a close look at the current state of global internet connectivity, how it has changed since 2014 and how we can use the data…

Source: State of Connectivity 2015: A Report on Global Internet Access | Facebook Newsroom

The other way round: Ericsson slashes cellular IoT device forecast by 20 billion (Creative Connectivity)

Where’s the IoT gone?

Source: Ericsson slashes cellular IoT device forecast by 20 billion | Creative Connectivity

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