Apple's India smartphone plans resisted; Alierta consulted Pope Francis before resigning

Wireless news from around the web

> Apple faced fierce resistance to an attempt to sell used iPhones in India. Bloomberg article

> ZTE is expected to replace CEO Shi Lirong with CTO Zhao Xianming this week, as part of a deal to temporarily lift U.S. trade restrictions. Wall Street Journal report

> Ex-Telefónica CEO César Alierta sought Papal advice before quitting the company. Irish Examiner report

> BlackBerry shipped 600,000 smartphones in its fiscal Q4, far short of the number predicted by analysts. FierceWireless report

And finally...Mobile tracking data could be 'gold dust' for criminals. Guardian article

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