Apple readies pressure sensitive iPhone screens; Mobily to restate earnings following probe

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> Turkcell bought the 44.96 per cent of Netherlands-based holding company Euroasia Telecommunication Holdings that it did not already own for $100 million (€90 million). Reuters article

> Saudi Arabia-based Mobily announced it will restate its results for 2014 and the first quarter of 2015 following an investigation by the Capital Market Authority (CMA). Reuters article

> BBC News' head of editorial policy defended the publication of links removed by Google as part of EU search engine rules. BBC News report

> Apple prepared pressure sensitive touch screens for its next iPhone models. Bloomberg report

> Transport for London readied GPS-based speed limiters for its buses. BBC News article

And finally…Self-driving cars make headlines by not crashing. Reuters article

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