Apple increases app prices; Germany deals fresh blow to Uber

> Apple increased the price of apps in the EU, Norway, Canada and Russia to account for currency fluctuations. Report

> Uber, a smartphone-based ride sharing service, looks to be at the end of the road in Germany after the country's highest court refused to hear a complaint against an operating ban. Report

> UK Prime Minister David Cameron will discuss joint defence against cyber attacks in a meeting with U.S. President Barack Obama this week. Article

> Telecom Italia is planning to issue new debt and use part of the proceeds to buy back older bonds to refinance its debt. Article

> Workers in Portugal Telecom asked for a shareholder meeting to decide on the sale of assets to Altice to be suspended. Article

And finally…Smartphones and tablets can lead to saggy jowls. Article

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