Android smartphones get regular security updates; Orange agrees Armenia unit sale

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> Orange agreed to sell its Armenian mobile business to local internet service provider Ucom. Orange announcement

> Uber, a controversial ride-sharing smartphone app, lost millions over the past three years, while revenue growth may be overblown. Gawker report

> Google, Samsung Electronics and LG Electronics said they will issue security updates for Android smartphones every month. BBC News report

> A European Commission investigation into Apple's music streaming service found no proof of illegality. Reuters article

And finally…The online community is laughing more quietly. Telegraph article

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