Last week we had Stephane Karoubi from Yahoo with us. This week Alex is back and we’ll be talking about some of the biggest news, hardware, and app headlines from this week. YouTube is working on an ad-free video subscription service, Samsung bought LoopPay, and Google shut down Helpouts. You can download the podcast from the link below.
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- YouTube to introduce subscription model in “the next few months”
- T-Mobile Q4 2014 numbers are in: revenue up 19.4%, 2.1 million net subscriber additions
- Samsung buys LoopPay, will integrate into future smartphone
- New Project ARA modules from Toshiba, LG doesn’t think ARA is ready
- Google kills Helpouts
- IFTTT releases three new apps to make the service easier