Apple chief learns of FBI probe via press; EE users suffer data outage

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> Apple CEO Tim Cook said he learned of an FBI request to unlock the iPhone of a suspected terrorist via the media. BBC News article

> Microsoft boosted its mobile cloud business with a deal to acquire Xamarin, a U.S.-based start up. Bloomberg report

> EE received around 1,000 complaints regarding a mobile data outage. BBC News report

> Foxconn, a leading supplier of components to Apple, put a takeover of Japanese company Sharp on ice. Wall Street Journal report

And finally…An app failure resulted in commuters being told London Underground was completely closed. BBC News report

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