BlackBerry offers Android apps; Barbie gets connected

> Telefónica signed a €2.5 billion ($2.9 billion) five-year syndicated debt deal with international and domestic banks. Release

> The European Commission criticised plans by UK regulator Ofcom to monitor the prices that BT charges rivals to access its fibre network. Article

> Swisscom plans to offer new subscribers free roaming calls and SMS within the European Union from mid-April. Release

> BlackBerry opened the way for users to access Android apps with a software upgrade for its BlackBerry 10 operating system. Report

> Samsung acquired U.S. contactless payment provider LoopPay, as the smartphone vendor seeks to rival Apple's Pay system. Article

And finally…The Internet of Things meets Barbie. Article

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