Gmail an easy mobile hack; Ooredoo hits 1M subs in Myanmar

> China's government plans to launch a home-grown operating system for smartphones and PCs. Article

> Google's Gmail mobile email app was the easiest to hack on Android smartphones. Report

> Ooredoo signed up 1 million subscribers to its new service in Myanmar in three weeks. Release

> Klarna, a European online payment service used on 45,000 e-commerce sites, is gearing up to expand internationally. Article

And finally…First the kids nagged you for a mobile phone, saying it'll help them stay in touch, and now they never use it to call you. There's a growing number of apps to put that right. Report

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