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NSA surveillance network

Mobile operators left themselves open to NSA spying

Mobile phone carriers have failed to implement technology fixes available since 2008 that would have thwarted the National Security Agency’s ability to eavesdrop on many mobile phone calls

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China opens telecoms networks to private virtual operators

Chinese authorities have approved 11 private “virtual carriers” to resell mobile telecommunications services, piggy-backing on the country’s three existing network providers

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Hulu must face privacy lawsuit

Hulu has failed to persuade a judge to dismiss a lawsuit accusing it of illegally sharing users’ viewing history with Facebook

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Disney elects Twitter’s Jack Dorsey to board

Disney is adding Twitter Chairman and Square CEO Jack Dorsey to its board of directors.

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The five colors of the new iPhone 5C are seen after Apple Inc's media event in Cupertino, California September 10, 2013.

Apple vs Samsung battle looms with China Mobile deal

Apple is likely to find itself in a costly marketing battle with Samsung as it readies to offer iPhones through China Mobile, the world’s biggest network of mobile phone users.

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A man shows a photograph he took on his iPhone of an Apple store in Beijing June 6, 2012 file photo. REUTERS

China Mobile to carry iPhone

China Mobile said on its official Sina-Weibo microblog account that it will begin taking orders for Apple’s iPhones

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AT&T and Verizon to reveal US government data-requests

AT&T will join rival Verizon Communications in disclosing details on government requests for customer data

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A view shows the keyboard of the Blackberry Z10 at a Rogers store in Toronto February 5, 2013. REUTERS/Mark Blinch

BlackBerry shares jump on news of Foxconn handset deal

BlackBerry said on Friday it was entering a handset production deal that lowers the risk it will have to take more massive writedowns on unsold smartphones, and its shares surged even though it posted dismal quarterly results.

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A Canadian flag waves in front of a Blackberry logo at the Blackberry campus in Waterloo

BlackBerry reports huge loss, shares fall

BlackBerry reported a massive quarterly loss on Friday due to an inventory write-down and asset impairment charges, and its shares fell more than 6 percent.

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Mobile game developers wage Christmas war

The annual no-holds-barred Christmas holiday slugfest between mobile game developers has a new twist this year

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