Google Play app steals Viber media files; Tata Communications launches cloud Wi-Fi calling

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> ZTE detailed plans to establish a CNY1.2 billion (€162 million/$180 million) technology start-up investment fund. Reuters report

> Symantec warned that a Google Play app named Beaver Gang Counter secretly steals media files related to the Viber app. Symantec blog

> Swisscom opened a digital lab at the École polytechnique fédérale de Lausanne campus. Swisscom announcement

> Tata Communications launched a cloud-based Wi-Fi calling service it said enables mobile operators to access a global network of 21 million hotspots. Tata Communications announcement

> du expanded its range of data tariffs with a 24-month, AED1,000 (€244/$272) per month contract offering 100GB of data and 2,500 minutes per month. du announcement

And finally…Apple accused of 'dumpster diving' when designing the iPhone. Telegraph report

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