Mobile Morning Coffee (11/16/11)

Mobile Morning Coffee

The most relevant mobile stories from the past 24 hours, served with cream and two sugars.

Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos talks Kindle, and everything else, with Steven Levy November (via The Verge)
2012 Will Be The Year NFC Breaks Big–Just Not In The U.S. (via Fast Company)
Android Malware Up 472% Since July, Juniper Says [Infographic] (via ReadWriteWeb)
Analysis: Android Dominates Q3 Worldwide Smartphone Sales (via ReadWriteWeb)
Square Updates Mobile Payments App For Merchants With Loyalty Features, Printed Receipts And More (via TechCrunch)
Foursquare Outgrows Mobile, Wants To Be Your City Guide (via TechCrunch)
5 reasons e-reader sales will nearly triple by 2016 (via GigaOM)
Vive le mobile: French smartphone love affair rolls on (via GigaOM)
Apple’s Only Dipping A Toe Into Mobile Payments, But It Could Make A Splash (via Mashable)
Kindle Fire Meta Reviews (via Mashable)
OnSwipe Competitor Pressly Launches, Aims For 1 Billion Flips Per Month (via TechCrunch)

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