Apple lifts restrictions on iOS default app removal; Qualcomm forms chip JV with China's Guizhou province

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> Telefonica is reportedly interested in buying AT&T's pay TV assets in Latin America, which could be valued at around $10 billion (€9.1 billion). Reuters article

> BT is to create 1,000 permanent jobs in the UK to respond to BT Consumer customers' calls. BT release

> Apple eased restrictions on around 30 apps included by default in its iOS operating system, but only at a price. Telegraph report

> Qualcomm forged a $280 million (€257 million) joint venture with the government of Guizhou Province in China to produce server chips. Qualcomm announcement

And finally…The Internet of Things becomes the Internet of Chills. BBC News article

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