Apple revamps iCloud security; Google refunds children's in-app purchases

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> Orange Spain's finance director says the company would be interested in buying Yoigo or Jazztel if either company was for sale. Article

> Brazil's watchdog Cade could jointly analyse Telefónica's plan to buy GVT and exit Telecom Italia. Article

> Zain Iraq says it still wants to list its shares despite warnings that violence in the country could deter investors. Article

> Apple is beefing up security systems on its iCloud service, despite denying that the system was breached by hackers who leaked the private images of celebrities. Report

> Google will refund $19 million (€14.6 million) worth of unauthorised in app purchases made by children on their parents' handset. Report

And finally...UK subscribers are so addicted to their smartphones that new 'digital detox camps' are apparently springing up, following the Silicon Valley trend. Article

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