Apple sees no hack attacks in iOS; BlackBerry teams with Samsung

> U.S. authorities are snooping on mobile phone calls using aircraft-mounted monitoring equipment that acts like a cell tower. Report

> Russian telecoms operator MTS added satellite TV to its portfolio of services, as part of a convergence strategy. Release

> BlackBerry revealed a partnership with Samsung covering mobile security and new device management software, as part of its turnaround efforts. Report

> Apple is unaware of any iOS users suffering hack attacks made through a new vulnerability in the smartphone and tablet PC operating system. Article

> Uber is pressing ahead with the launch of a ride sharing service in Paris, despite facing a legal challenge in the country. Report

And finally…Myriad options are available to solve the tricky problem of how to watch video on your tablet while in bed. Article

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